30 training courses found
This is the second stage of an apprenticeship where you will learn further mechanical engineering theory, Machining, Bench Fitting, Health & Safety and practical skills/knowledge over a 2 year period. You will have to be employed and working in a machining/fitting/manufacturing engineering environment to enroll on this course.
In this Retail Advanced Apprenticeship applicants will learn the skills and gain a qualification whilst working. Assessment for applicants takes place within the workplace.
This course is ideal for individuals who are working as a fabricator or welder who wish to improve their skills or knowledge and develop advanced skills. The engineering sector has a long tradition of offering apprenticeship frameworks as a means of meeting the skills requirements for its sector.
This course is for those employed in the Construction Industry with the opportunity to gain experience and competency in the range of work required for the chosen discipline at this Level. Students without the correct entry requirements can complete a full time traineeship in multicrafts at Entry level before applying for an apprenticeship.
This course is available only if you are already employed by training veterinary practice and do not have a degree. This qualification will teach the specialist practical skills and theory needed to become an RCVS-registered veterinary nurse.
This course is ideal if you are working as a fabricator or welder and wish to improve your skills and knowledge. Level 3 will build on existing knowledge and develop advanced skills in machining, electrical and welding.
This course is for those employed within the plumbing industry students will be taught the specialist skills needed to become a plumbing engineer and be able to put the skills learnt into practice in the workplace. Students will learn Basic Cutting and bending copper tubes.
This course is for those who employed within the plumbing industry students will be taught the specialist skills needed to become a plumbing engineer and be able to put the skills learnt into practice in the workplace. By this course students can gain some knowledge based on Water regulations, unvented hot water systems, setting out and planning of jobs, Domestic gas with option to include CCN1 & Gas, Appliances.
This course will benefit learners who want to train to become a counsellor working in a counselling agency. Successful completion of this course enables students to provide a therapeutic counselling service within the context of an agency's service framework.
This course is for those employed in the Construction Industry with the opportunity to gain experience and competency in the range of work required for the chosen discipline at this Level. This course is run by CITB/CSkills.
This course is an ideal starting point for anyone wishing to pursue a career in accountancy or finance. The purpose of the qualification is to offer grounding in the core accounting knowledge and skills needed to progress either in employment or to a more advanced level of study.
This course is for those continuing their training as fitters and mechanics in the Motor Industry. Students must be employed in the industry to achieve the qualification.
This course is the first stage for modern apprenticeship where you will learn mechanical engineering theory, Machining, Bench Fitting, Health & Safety and practical skills/knowledge over a 2 year period. Applicants will have to be employed and working in a machining/fitting/manufacturing engineering environment.
This course offers technical training in accounting and is ideal for anyone pursuing a career in accountancy and finance. The qualification is a progression route for students who have achieved the AAT Foundation Certificate in Accounting.
This course is highly practical in learning which will give you the skills and knowledge needed for working within the hairdressing industry. Students will get trained in the College's hairdressing salon and in one of our partner salons as part of the apprenticeship scheme.
During this course students will develop a wide range of basic cooking skills and will take part in practical skills sessions in your workplace and learn the theory either in college or using online learning materials. Students should have a passion for cooking, cope with several tasks at once, work well as part of a team, have a creative flair & stay calm under pressure.
This course is a second stage of an apprenticeship where applicants will learn further engineering maintenance theory, Health & Safety and practical knowledge over a 2 year period. Candidates will be employed and working in maintenance/installation.
Students on this course develop the skills learned at intermediate level, and cover financial team leading, financial statements for limited companies, complex management skills and specialist learning areas. Upon completion, students become an AAT affiliate member and with relevant work experience will qualify for AAT full membership.
This course is for those employed within the motor industry. Students will be taughted the specialist skills needed to become a mechanic and be able to put the skills learnt into practice in the workplace.
This apprenticeship route is aimed at students working in the restaurant sector of the industry and will help you learn, develop and practice the skills required in the restaurant environment. Students should ideally have: enthusiasm and passion for the industry, good communication skills, the ability to develop team work skills & excellent customer service.