8 training courses found
The aim of this course is to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to work in a barber’s shop as a junior barber. Students will learn a variety of barbering skills such as: Shampooing and Conditioning, Cutting (including facial hair), Colouring and Styling.
This course requires students to be employed or working as a volunteer with children in Key stage 1 or 2. It is designed to prepare students to support the teacher and the delivery of curriculum within a school, as well as develop skills to help children and young people to develop self-esteem, independence and skills for learning.
This course requires students to be employed or working as a volunteer with children in Key stage 1 and 2. Core units of study include: Supporting children’s learning; developing effective communication; Safeguarding; Equality & Diversity; Health & Safety.
This course is for those interested in a career in the plumbing industry but do not have any necessary GCSE qualifications. Students will learn the basic skills required for the industry, work as part of a team, health and safety, whilst working in a fully equipped and realistic workshop.
This course is intended for those who have completed the Level 2 Diploma in Plumbing Studies that want a more in depth knowledge in order to gain entry into the Plumbing and Building Services Engineering industry. It covers the following: Health and Safety in building services engineering, Understand the fundamental principles and requirements of environmental technology systems, Plumbing system installation and planning, Complex cold water systems, Domestic hot water systems, Sanitation and drainage systems, Central heating systems, Domestic gas principles, Career awareness in Building Services Engineering.
This Level 2 Diploma in Plumbing, has been developed to ensure that it meets the needs of the plumbing industry. Students will learn: Hot and cold water systems; How sewers work; Building and Water regulations; Plumbing tools, their care and uses; Construction materials used in Plumbing and Health & Safety.
This course is open to apprentices and mature candidates; it is part of the apprenticeship framework and covers all the essential knowledge and skills needed for a successful career in domestic plumbing and heating. Students will need to generate through their work tasks, evidence of competence in order to develop their NVQ portfolio.
This course is open to apprentices and mature candidates, it is part of the Apprenticeship Framework and covers the advanced Plumbing knowledge required to carry out all types of installation from design to completion certificates. It covers topics: Water Regulations, Unvented installations, Domestic electrical work, Heating controls and Solar heating.