13 training courses found
If you would like to work in Health & Social Care whether it be in a care home, hospital or any other place looking after the elderly or people with disabilities or special education needs, then completing the Level 2 course in Health & Social care will give you the skills and knowledge to work in the care industry. In order to complete the course, you will need to find a placement in order to gain more experience as a Health & Social care worker.
The CACHE level 3 Childcare (diploma in children and young peoples workforce) is ideal for any individual who wants to work in the children and young peoples workforce. The course develops the wide ranging knowledge and skills needed when working with children and young people from birth up to 19 years.
If you are planning to become a childminder, Childcare worker, Nursery Nurse, Nursery Manager or have children under the age of 8 years, then by completing this 2 day course will qualify you to assist child casualties from 0-8 years of age. The course is OFSTED recognised, which means it is a well recognised qualification to have.
If you are looking for a managerial, team leading or supervisory position then this is the course for you. The course includes 2 units which will help to make you an effective team leader.
This course is ideal for anyone working in homecare, childcare, childminder, nursey nurse, care worker and hospitality. On completion of the course, there is a multiple choice exam to take, and having successfully passed you will gain a certificate from EDI.
This qualification has 4 units. They are: Level 3 Award in Understanding the Principles and Practice of assessment (unit 1).
This course is ideal for anyone wanting to look after children from their own home. The course will teach you about four main policies regarding being a registered childminder with OFSTED, how to set up your childcare practice, the legislations surrounding childminding, where to find support and information when being a registered childminder, and how to build good relations when dealing with parents and children when working as a childminder.
The level 3 Award in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools course is an excellent opportunity for those wanting to gain work in Primary, Secondary or further education as a teaching assistant, learning support assistant, or behaviour support assistant. The course will allow you to assist students from key stage 1 (early years) to GCSE students.
This is an accredited qualification and includes the following: Unit 1 - User Fundamentals, i.e how to start up a computer.
This 1 year, part-time level 5 course is intended for those who are interested in taking an associate teaching role or intending to practise as a tutor, instructor and/or trainer of young people and adults. This qualification will provide you with an excellent standard to enable you to teach students aged 16-19 and adults in a range of settings such as further education colleges, adult and community providers and work-based learning contexts, voluntary, community, public and private organisations.
This First aid course is ideal for anyone and leads to a recognised qualification that has to be renewed every three years. This qualification is ideal for people who work in smaller workplaces that present fewer health and safety risks, where a nominated person is required to take charge in the event of an illness or accident or for a person who works within a large organisation who is responsible for a small group of people or area and provide support to qualified first aiders.
The Level 3 or PTLLS course is ideal for anyone wanting to update their teaching/training qualifications. This course in an introduction to teaching.
This course is ideal for those who want to work with children and young peoples workforce. The course develops the wide ranging knowledge and skills needed when working with children and young people from birth up to 19 years.