36 training courses found
This course is designed for students who would like to take up employment in a salon. Students will learn a variety of practical beauty skills including: Facials Manicures Pedicures Waxing Eyebrow and eye lash treatments Reception Duties Customer Service Health & Safety Students are additionally required to complete Essential Skills in English and Maths.
This course is designed to enhance life skills for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and to offer the opportunities to progress into further education or into supported employment or training. Students will learn a range of independent living skills through classroom and enrichment activities and will experience a selection of vocational areas which include Construction, Hospitality and Catering.
This course provides a range of opportunities for Assistant Level employment within childcare settings. Students will study a number of core units as well as topics including: Providing support for children with additional learning requirements; Supporting children’s play and learning Children’s development.
This course provides opportunities to develop a range of skills and techniques, personal skills and attributes, essential for successful performance when caring for and working with children.Students study a number of units including: Communication with Adults and Children, Keeping children safe Investigating rights and responsibilities at work.
The Level 3 BTEC 90 Credit Diploma in Media (Television & Film) focuses on the television and film industries. The course covers Single and multi-camera techniques Video production 2D and stop motion animation Career development in the media industries Research skills for the media and film industries Students will also produce a variety of short films and TV advertisements.
The aim of this course is to enable students to gain the skills and knowledge needed to assist with salon services Students will learn a variety of skills such as Shampooing Conditioning Blowdrying Plaiting and colouring Assisting stylists Reception duties Customer Service Health & Safety Students are also required to complete Essential Skills in English and Maths. Assessment Practical observation, oral questioning and online testing, essential skills examinations.
This course is a practical, ‘hands-on’ programme, taught in the context of real jobs and careers. Students will study a number of units, including: Communication in Health and Social Care The Impact of diet on health Anatomy and Physiology Creative and Therapeutic activities In addition, students will gain a qualification in Essential Skills English and Maths.
This level 2 course is suitable for students who have already completed a Level 1 course in ICT such as the BTEC Level 1 Diploma for IT Users or if they have equivalent ICT skills and knowledge. The course covers a wide range of IT skills using industry-standard software, prepares students for employment and is excellent preparation for the Level 3 Diploma in IT.
This 2 year course will develop students technical skills, Traditional and Digital Photography as well as Contextual Studies and Visual Communication. The course is also intended to develop students individual approach to Photography, so that, a professional highly personal portfolio can be built.
This qualification will give students the knowledge, understanding and competency needed when considering employment in the media industry. It will provide insight into the various employment opportunities available in the sector and opportunities to develop the fundamental skills underlining all Media Production.
This course requires students to be employed or working as a volunteer with children in Key stage 1 and 2. Core units of study include: Supporting children’s learning; developing effective communication; Safeguarding; Equality & Diversity; Health & Safety.
This course is designed for trainee Beauty Therapists who wish to develop their skills and industry knowledge. The course includes: Body massage Facial and body electrotherapy treatments Indian head massage Micro-dermabrasion Aromatherapy Individual permanent eye lash application Additionally, students will contribute towards promotional activities, financial management, Health and Safety and maintenance of the salon.
This course provides opportunities to develop a range of skills and techniques, personal skills and attributes, essential for successful performance when working in the Health & Social Care industry. Students study a number of units, including: Communication with Adults and Children in Health and Social Care Investigating rights and responsibilities at work Job opportunities in Health and Social Care Role of a carer In addition, students will gain a qualiﬁcation in Essential Skills English and Maths.
The Level 2 Diploma course is designed to increase students bricklaying skills and knowledge to have the ability to start work as a trainee bricklayer in the construction industry. There are opportunities to visit working building and construction sites.
This course is designed for students who have not achieved the grades needed to allow them to enrol onto a Level 1 course. Students will develop the basic skills and knowledge needed to progress in further education or employment through learning a range of skills within Hair & Beauty (including Health & Safety).
An industry highly commended course. The course highlights play as the route for young childrens learning.
These programmes are designed to provide students with a high level of understanding of the design, function, construction and statutory requirements for buildings of all classes and to prepare them for more advanced employment in the construction industry. The programme consists of a combination of core and optional courses which provide appropriate training in each case for students with a technical employment in the field of Quantity Surveying (estimators and cost analysts), Architecture and Architectural Technicians, Building Surveying, Construction Management (site managers).
This two year course gives students the training in the skills required to pursue a career in the design industry. The course will develop students abilities in a range of pathways, including: Typography, Advertising, Product packaging design, Editorial design, Printmaking, Photography and Illustration.
This 2 year course is an excellent vocational alternative to an A Level Art & Design qualification and is suitable if you wish to progress onto university to study Fine art or Fashion based courses or to employment in any of these fields. The course will develop skills in ARt such as: Drawing, Painting, Graphic Design and Photography.
The Level 1 Diploma course teaches the skills and knowledge required to progress to the Level 2 Diploma in Brickwork. Students will learn: House and Wall Construction Brick Bonds Construction Materials Bricklaying Tools, their care and uses Building Regulations Health & Safety In the workshops students will learn how to set their own work area, work safely in a working environment and use the tools and materials to build basic brick and black walls.