For people looking for work, wanting to re-train or start a new career, at any age, Lambeth College - The Careers College is the place to come. We provide learners with the stepping stones to achieve their personal and professional goals and become...
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In this course students will study the following topics: constructing, identifying and using a specified range of medical terminology; the role of the medical administrator: health promotion (HP), offering advice on health, principles of medical ethics, etiquette and confidentiality, work of the pathology and clinical imaging departments, basic knowledge of drug classification, human anatomy and physiology; medical administrative procedures: registration of patients, appointment systems, use of office equipment, managing post, filing and repeat prescribing; communicating appropriately with a range of people in a medical environment, non-verbal and verbal communication, using the telephone confidentially and composing appropriate written documents; word processing software - including word, mail merge, letters, memos, leaflets; presentation software - inputting and combining text, editing and formatting slide sequences and presenting slideshows for presentations; work experience - working as a medical receptionist/ administrator within a range of medical environments, gaining basic knowledge of the structure of the National Health Service.
This course is suitable for students who have a learning difficulty and/or disability. This course covers the following topics: skills for work and independence; catering and hospitality; food safety and health and safety (CIEH food safety level 2); customer service; interview skills and applying for a job; preparing for interview; learning from a work placement; planning and running an enterprise activity.
This course is suitable for students who have a learning difficulty and/or disability. This course covers the following topics: Searching and applying for a job; Preparing for an interview and interview skills; Self-assessment; Conduct at work; Planning and running an enterprise activity; Functional Skills - English,; Maths and ICT.
This course is designed especially for those who have experienced anxiety, depression or other mental health difficulties who wish to return to learning and progress to further studies or employment. You will study one of the following personalised programmes: functional skills English: entry level 1 - level 1; functional skills Maths: entry level 1 - level 2; functional skills ICT: entry level 1 - entry level 3.
In this course students will study the following topics: scientific principles; working in the science sector; scientific observations and measurements; chemical applications; biological systems, anatomy and physiology and physics.
In this course students will study the following topics: 2D art and design using pattern tone colour and mixed media mark making; 3D art and design techniques; creating a mixed media 3D object; observational and experimental drawing using mixed media and wet and dry drawing materials; painting techniques, observational drawing and visual recording; monoprinting, collograph and linoprinting; experimenting with collage, photomontage and mixed media; creating a 3D object using a range of 3D materials and techniques; designing and making an accessory.
In this course students will study the following topics: researching art, craft and design from contemporary, historical and cultural sources to inform and inspire your work; 2D techniques in drawing, painting, photography and print-making; 3D techniques in construction, modelling, carving and casting; working to art and design briefs to meet specific client needs; creating a portfolio to act as a vehicle for supporting an application to employment or further study; art and design industry and employment opportunities available; researching and developing visual arts ideas from a self-defined or given brief; working with 3D design crafts briefs such as jewellery and accessories, mixed media, woodwork, plastics and ceramics.
In this course students will study the management of organisations and the changing environments in which they operate, and learn the key business principles with the opportunity to apply your own creative and entrepreneurial flair. This course will cover the following topics: business aims and objectives; relationship management between businesses and customers; business enterprise and entrepreneurial skills; marketing planning and principles; business organisations and the types of sectors they operate in, the different functions within businesses and their purpose; managing personal finance and debts; financial forecasting for business cash flow management; relationship management with employees/employers; how businesses communicate using business documents; training and employment in business; managing your health at work.
In this course students will study the management of organisations and the changing environments in which they operate, and learn the key business principles with the opportunity to apply your own creative and entrepreneurial flair. This course covers the following topics: employee rights and employer responsibilities at work; activities and tasks routinely undertaken by administrators; communicating electronically and using the internet securely; making and receiving calls correctly; welcoming visitors and customer service; handling mail efficiently and securely; creating business documents using formal communication styles; recording business transactions i.
In this course students will study the following topics: accounting in a professional environment - learning about efficient working practices, the legal framework and ethical behavior; mathematics for accounting - learning basic mathematical concepts and applying them to a range of numerical skills required by financial professionals; creating business documents, applying formal and informal written communications; essential accounting procedures - basic accounting terminology, principles of single entry accounting systems, recording business transactions in the books of prime entry, identifying coding and batch control; preparing documents to process receipts and payments and drawing up a basic profit statement.
In this course students will study the following topics: journal entries - errors and omissions; extended trial balance calculations and extensions to produce the profit and loss; A/C and the balance sheet; depreciation calculation of both straight line and reducing balance methods; capital and revenue expenditure; bad and doubtful debts - calculations using actual and percentage methods; accruals and prepayments - calculations to achieve the correct annual amount of expenditure; reconciling the sales and purchase ledger control accounts.
In this course students will study the following topics: sales and purchase invoices - calculating invoice totals including discounts; day books and ledgers - entering data from invoices into day books and then into the ledger accounts including VAT; petty cash systems; cash book - payment of invoices including settlement discounts including writing cheques and bank payments and receipts - completing bank reconciliation.
In this course students will study the following topics: creating accounts using computerised software to the purchase, sales and nominal ledgers; processing accounting information using computerised software, allocating supplier and customer payments, processing transfers between bank accounts and cash accounts; processing nominal journal entries including wages, cash and cheque payments and receipts involving discounts; calculating and reconciling batch totals; editing details of records; processing accounting transactions using different tax rates and in respect of cash and cheque payments and receipts; producing customer documentation (invoices and statements); producing supplier documentation (remittance advice); selecting and printing reports for management purposes; producing purchase and sales day book summaries, aged debtor and creditor analysis, trial balance, supplier and customer activity and details reports and nominal ledger account reports.
In this course students will study the following topics: creating accounts using computerised software, adding new accounts to the purchase ledger, the sales ledger and the nominal ledger; processing accounting information using computerised software; using batch control sheets, calculating and reconciling batch totals as required; producing reports using computerised accounts software including a trial balance and supplier and customer activity reports and nominal ledger account reports.
This course covers the following topics: communication skills with children; physical and emotional care needs of children; encouraging children to eat healthily; keeping children safe; valuing children as individuals; childrens learning through everyday experiences; physical activities for children; learning experiences for young children; engaging children in a group; creative activities for young children; musical experiences; books, stories, poems and rhymes; caring for children group project.
In this course students will study the following topics: applied electrical and mechanical engineering science; working practices in engineering - statutory regulations and safety requirements; mathematics for engineering technicians; using and interpreting engineering information such as drawings and working instructions to carry out manufacturing or engineering process operations; electronics devices and communication applications for constructing and testing a range of analogue and digital electronic circuits; planning, part programming and using computer numerical control (CNC) machines for product manufacture; reading circuit diagrams and constructing simple electronic circuits; PC hardware and software installation and testing and configuration and assembling complete PC systems.
In this course students will study the following topics: the role of the career at meal times; investigating rights and responsibilities at work; managing your health at work; health and social care needs; personal care in health and social care; learning experiences for children and young people; creative and leisure activities for adults; promoting healthy eating; communication with adults and children; job opportunities and health and social care group project.
In this course students will study the following topics: performing arts venues, performing roles, critiquing and reporting on a performance; developing acting and character performance skills; technical support in the performing arts business, from setting up equipment to developing technical skills required for putting on a production; preparing material for a performance and performing/presenting work to an audience; stages involved in carrying out a performance role; taking part in a performance for a live audience; developing and demonstrating preparatory and performance skills in group activities; performing a role and reviewing your own contribution to the performance; dance; working in the performing arts industry - the skills and training required for jobs and opportunities for progression.
In this course students will study the following topics: designing and monitoring a professional development plan; planning, developing and preparing for the creation of a performing arts product; the social and historical development of drama, the structures and characteristics that underpin it and how you apply your knowledge to your own dramatic work; physical theatre performance skills and techniques; dance - demonstrating physical and interpretive dance skills, styles and qualities, learning how to improve your own performance in rehearsal; performing scripted plays - interpreting a role taken from a play and developing it for performance through rehearsal; working in the performing arts industry - the skills and training required for jobs and opportunities for progression.
In this course students will study the following topics: fitness testing and training; practical sport; anatomy and physiology for sport; injury in sport; nutrition for sports performance; sports facility operations; leading outdoor and adventure activities; developing personal fitness.