8 training courses found
CPD Threading is an ancient technique which has gained in popularity as it offers a natural and effective method of hair removal. You will learn different threading techniques for eyebrows, chin and upper lip.
This course covers both the theory and practical side of hairdressing. Training will be carried out within a realistic working environment, where students will develop sufficient practical skills, in order to then carry out assessments on paying clientele.
Computing is a part of everyday life now, and having the skills and knowledge is a must at home and in the work place. This is an accredited course which leads to the ECDL Level 2 Award in IT User Skills.
Introducing learners to the different ways of effectively supporting teaching and learning in schools this level 1 course aims to give an insight into the role of learning support staff and some of the resources and techniques that can be used to assist children with developing skills in literacy, numeracy, ICT and across the wider curriculum. Training will be carried out within the classroom by projects, role play, group discussions, research and pair work.
This course is an exciting new opportunity for both male and female students who have achieved Level 2 or who are are working towards a recognised qualification in hairdressing. Covering all spects of barbering, learning practical skills and theoretical knowledge in our professional salon.
Providing an insight into the next steps in garden design for those wanting to improve their garden (without the additional expense of a professional designer), the prospective designer and anyone seeking to pursue a career in garden design. Introducing soft and hard landscaping elements in garden design, from selecting the right plants for the right place, hard landscaping materials, furniture and accessorises to satisfy design criteria/brief as well as their use to enhance a garden design.
Find out about the human need for love and friendship, the processes involved in relationship breakdown and the complexity of relationship structures.
Designed to help learners build the knowledge and skills needed to support teaching and learning in schools. The units taught cover children and young people’s development, the requirements of safeguarding and the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion.