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NOCN Level 1 Award in Community Development Newcastle College
Audience aimed at: Corporate training only

The NOCN  Level 1 Award in Community Development (QCF) qualification is appropriate for new practitioners, providing learners with knowledge in community development values, purpose, collective working, individual roles, community strengths and diversity and inequality issues.

  • Study level: Beginner
  • Duration: 5 weeks
  • Study mode: Part time
Housing and Sustainable Communities Professional Diploma De Montfort University

This is the 2nd stage of the CIH's vocational qualification which leads to corporate membership of the CIH and takes account of changes in the sector to provide up-to-date training for professionals; it is a flexible distance learning mode for busy professionals with a number of different exit options; those studying the undergraduate diploma can choose, upon successful completion, to top-up to our Housing Studies BSc (Hons); the undergraduate course incorporates the CIH work-based qualification, APEX which is assessed in a number of ways throughout the course, but students should note that attendance at a 2 day residential course is mandatory, so their presentation and group working skills can be assessed.

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Study mode: Distance without attendance
Local History: Researching Your Local Community: A Basic Guide DACE, Department of Adult Continuing Education, Swansea University

A Basic Guide to Researching Your Local Community – DAL021.  The module will aim to introduce a number of key research themes relating to the local history of the community.

  • Study level: Beginner
  • Duration: 20 weeks
  • Study mode: Part time day
Level 3 Personal Development & Contributing to the Community Bridgwater College
Audience aimed at: Corporate training only

This course is designed for both maintenance and installation electricians and this course covers the entire scope of the 17th Edition Wiring Regulation, an understanding of which is essential for all electricians and maintenance engineers. The content includes: Scope, object and fundamental principles, Definitions, Assessment of general characteristics, Protection for safety, Selection and erection of equipment, Inspection and testing, Special installations or locations and all appendices.

  • Study level: Advanced
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Study mode: Short full time
Community Development College Certificate University of the Highlands and Islands

The Continuing Professional Development (CPD) award in Community Development has been designed to meet the specific development and training needs of Gaelic organisations and public authorities working in communities to maintain and regenerate the Gaelic language. You will look at community development for all settings, rural and urban, that are sensitive to the requirements of Gaelic language development.

  • Study mode: Online
Community Development College Certificate University of the Highlands and Islands

The Continuing Professional Development (CPD) award in Community Development has been designed to meet the specific development and training needs of Gaelic organisations and public authorities working in communities to maintain and regenerate the Gaelic language. You will look at community development for all settings, rural and urban, that are sensitive to the requirements of Gaelic language development.

  • Study mode: Online