CTC Training and Development Limited are a national training company delivering a range of high quality training courses both in the classroom and online.
Originally formed in 2002 we now work with a range of corporate clients in addition to those in the public sector.
We aim to be the provider of choice for service and quality, always providing the highest quality training materials delivered by experts in their subject areas.
42 training courses found
Course overview This course explores the essentials of babysitting. It explains the responsibilities of both parent/carer and sitter.
Children with special educational needs (SEN) have the right to be educated alongside others and the right not to be at a disadvantage because of their needs when accessing services.With the right support and well-planned provision, children with SEN can thrive and achieve their full potential.
The Level 3 Award in Education and Training (QCF), is awarded through our partner organisation Training Qualifications UK and leads to a nationally recognised qualification. This award is designed to prepare learners for teaching or training in a wide range of contexts.
Course overview This course will give learners a good understanding of basic food hygiene practices. It covers food poisoning, bacteria, contamination, temperature control, preparing and presenting food, spoilage and prevention, delivery and storage, personal hygiene, cleaning and disinfection, food pests, premises and equipment & food safety control.
This session helps individuals identify the reasons for holding events and the stages of event planning. It looks at legislation, insurance, project management; it explains each stage that needs to be considered when organising an event.
This course explores the importance of giving young children a good start in life through nutritious food to enable them to grow, develop and have a healthy life. Learners will be introduced to the components of a healthy diet, including protein, vitamins and e importance of giving a portion of food re ecting the size of the child and of being very careful with food allergies and intolerances is also e course also looks at food phobias.
This course outlines the importance of a receptionist to an organisation, looks at the tasks a receptionist may be asked to complete, and gives guidance on how to perform those tasks effectively.
This short course looks at how digital marketing has changed marketing and the marketing mix. It introduces the learner to digital marketing, digital channels and the marketing mix.
Course overview The course provides a brief background to the EYFS before going on to look at the revised EYFS in more detail. Practitioners will be encouraged to explore the Statutory Framework and the accompanying guidance documentation through a combination of guided reading, video clips, practical activities and PowerPoint presentation.
The course looks at the factors affecting how information is communicated within an organisation, the bene ts of effective communication, barriers to communication, and the importance of ensuring everyone feels like they have been given clear direction and their views are being listened to and valued.
This session explores the different stages in the life cycle of a project and offers guidance on each. It also presents different tools and techniques often used or discussed in project management, and looks at the different people involved in a project.
This short course considers the primary objectives of minutes, different types of minutes, and the importance of accurate minute taking in a business environment.
This course looks at a key part of performance management – appraisal e course explores different appraisal methods and the bene ts to staff and an organisation of effective appraisals; it also gives guidance on conducting a performance appraisal.
This course explores several methods of conflict management, and gives guidance on how to approach potential conflict issues.
This short course aims to raise awareness and increase understanding of ‘The Prevent Duty’. Prevent is part of the UK’s counter-terrorism strategy, preventing people from becoming involved in, or supporting, is course explains what the Prevent duty means for practitioners, how to comply with the duty, and the advice and support available for protecting children and young people from the risks of radicalisation.
A short course designed specifically for parents to help you deliver some basic help to a child should they become injured or ill. This course covers how you would help a child if they are breathing but become unresponsive, a child who is not breathing, a child with wounds or bleeds and how we would manage a child who begins to choke.
Managing safeguarding focuses on communication and information is course will also highlight the need to evaluate policies and e course includes practical exercises designed to enable practitioners to support all areas of safeguarding through re ection and promotion of multi-agency working.
This short course explores some of the key concepts and theories of time management and offers guidance on how to make the most of your time at work, and outlines the personal bene ts of good time management.
Course overview Developed in association with the British Association of Professional Nannies (BAPN), this course introduces learners to the key aspects of working life as a nanny. Learners will explore the role and responsibilities of a professional nanny, the main elements of working with children, and the health and safety considerations involved when working in the family home.
This short course considers the importance of managing the ‘triple bottom line’ of an organisation, and how a manager can develop an effective CSR and sustainability e course outlines the differences between CSR and sustainability, how to engage stakeholders, and the positive impacts of operating as a socially and environmentally responsible company.