327 training courses found
This course is designed for those individuals who are looking to work in the emergency care sector.
This course will introduce you to skills such as care, handling and grooming as well as general topics including working in a team and working safely. The course is focused on practical work, and you’ll have plenty of hands-on experience with different kinds of animals.
This course covers a wide range of topics including animal health and welfare, feeding, basic animal biology and nursing animals. You’ll gain experience in a variety of settings both in your work placements and on exciting trips and visits.
This course combines time in College, work placements and a programme of visits to zoos, sanctuaries and centres. Through individual assignment work, you’ll study a range of fascinating subjects including animal behaviour and communication, feeding and accommodation, wildlife management and rehabilitation, animal biology and nutrition, pet store design and more.
This course is ideal if you are interested in the practical nature of art and design and want a hands-on course which can help you progress to a higher level. Through assignments and project work you will sample areas such as fine art, graphic design, 3D design, computers, photography, fashion and textiles and develop an understanding of materials and techniques.
This course is an exciting and dynamic course for those wanting to begin their education or career in Art and Design. You will work in a number of workshops/studios: art history, visual studies, ceramics/3D, printmaking, photography, graphics, working in the art and design industry and building a portfolio.
This course is designed for students who wish to specialise in fine art, graphic design and/or photography. In the first year you will explore a broad range of art and design topics including film, drawing, painting, ceramics, computer aided design, graphic design, photography, print and 3D.
This is a practical and challenging two-year course, equivalent to three full A Levels. It's an excellent choice if you're hoping for a career in the music industry.
This is a practical course in drama and performance. It is equivalent to four GCSEs at A-C and provides a good stepping stone to further study in this field and later progression to a career in the performing arts.
This course is suitable for performers who have a serious interest in developing a wide and marketable range of performance skills. The course combines the three major performance areas of Acting, Singing and Dance.
This course leads to the qualification you need to start your career with children from birth to eight years old. There’s a good balance between College-based study and work placement.
This is a varied and interesting course designed to give you an insight into working with young children. You will develop a range of different skills relating to how children learn, child development and communication skills.
This practical course will give you some basic training in construction skills, trying your hand at some bricklaying, basic plumbing, carpentry and joinery tasks to see which area you might like to specialise in. You don’t need any experience or knowledge of construction craft skills.
This course develops your understanding of particular craft tasks in bricklaying, basic plumbing, carpentry and joinery, and can lead to one of our specialist level 1 qualifications. This is a foundation learning programme which also includes Functional Skills qualifications in Maths, English and ICT.
In this course, students will study health and safety, building methods and construction technology. In the workshop, you will learn how to set out, make and finish a variety of joinery products such as doors, frames, units, windows and stairs.
This course takes your skills to the highest level. At Level 3 you will tackle winder staircases, curved windows, spandrel frames and gothic arched doors.
This course will develop your basic skills in bricklaying, blocklaying, cavity walling, building methods and construction technology, information, quantities and communication, safe working practices and setting out building masonry structures up to damp course level. You will be assessed using a range of practical and theory training assessments, On-line multiple choice exams and a practical synoptic assessment.
In this course students will learn about working practices, building methods and construction technology and interpreting working drawings. Practical tasks will include setting out, building, solid and cavity walling and piers, thin joint masonry and masonry cladding.
In this course you will gain the basic skills and understanding for work as a site carpenter. You will cover safe working practices, knowledge of information and quantities, communication, basic building methods and construction technology, basic woodworking joints, maintenance and use of carpentry and joinery hand tools and portable power tools.
In this course students will use a range of practical and theoretical teaching methods; your skills will be developed in our extensive workshop area which simulates a construction site environment. Topics covered include first and second fixing, carcassing and you will learn various construction methods used in the industry.