255 training courses found
This course provides a structured approach to planning and controlling projects is essential for any business owner or manager. This course provides a strong understanding of the principles behind good project managment, along with logical and highly practical tools to take back to your workplace.
The Award in Education and Training has now replaced the old PTLLS qualification. If you are thinking of becoming a further education teacher or you are currently teaching or training, then this programme is the first step towards a full, generic, teacher education qualification appropriate for post compulsory education and training.
This course is designed for those who work with children. It meets the requirements of OFSTED and The Early Years Foundation guidelines.
This course is suitable for experienced gas engineers. You can now 'pick and mix' qualifications and accreditation missing from your portfolio - covering all the basics if needed, or just the areas you require.
This course will provide you with relevant knowledge to enable you to update your skills and continue to be a qualified first aider in the workplace in accordance with regulations 3(2) of the Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations 1981. The course is based on the first aid at work syllabus and includes any updates and changes in accepted first aid protocols.
This intensive course is appropriate for those who have to administer first aid in the workplace. People at work can suffer injuries or fall ill.
This ‘hands-on’ course is suitable for all DIY enthusiasts or those who would like an introduction to painting and decorating techniques. This also might suit people from other trades that might wish to learn new skills that might enhance their profession.
If you enjoy all aspects of painting and decorating and want to develop your talents further, this intermediate course in decorative finishes will provide you with the skills required to produce a range of specialist finishes at a more advanced level. Undertaking this course will allow you the opportunity to develop a portfolio of decorative finishes.
This course concentrates on what you really need to know for the type of work being done, for specific applications and work locations. It will cover all the key subject areas of how to work safely at height.
This course is part of a range of short courses for business owners, and existing or aspiring managers that can support you and your team gain skills, knowledge and confidence across a breadth of subjects. These courses are specifically designed to enable businesses to solve skills gaps for those in new posts, or updating skills for existing managers and supervisors.
This course will provide you with relevant knowledge to enable you to update your skills and continue to be a qualified first aider in the workplace in accordance with regulations 3(2) of the Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations 1981. The course is based on the three day first aid at work syllabus and includes any updates and changes in accepted first aid protocols.
A coaching culture is the key to developing agile thinking and creativity. Coaching enables businesses to address two fundamental challenges; the first is adapting quickly to change and the second is cultivating creativity.
This Apprenticeship is for those who want to work in the Performing Arts industry, and can cover anything from community arts to technical theatre, from cultural and heritage venue operations to live events. Arts is a popular and competitive sector.
This course will build on the knowledge and skills gained from previous welding experience and is largely of a practical nature with a small element of theory. The course is designed to give you the practical skills for welding specific joints and knowledge to understand welding safety, machinery set up and welding terminology.
This is an exciting study programme which encompasses general motorcycle maintenance and repair procedures, giving you a good insight into the industry. It will provide essential knowledge for this specialist group of maintenance and repair technicians, and covers the basic technical needs of today's motorcycle industry.
This course aims to develop practical hairdressing skills and theoretical knowledge related to hairdressing to enable you to gain employment within the hairdressing industry. The subjects you will cover are: customer services, health and safety in the salon, consultation skills, shampooing and conditioning, styling, colouring and cutting.
This course centres around the preparation and cooking of vegetables, stocks, soups, sauces, meat, fish, poultry and pastry products.
This course provides the basis for a professional engineering career in the mechanical or manufacturing industry. They will study the use of new technology in engineering but also relies heavily on the academic study of maths, science and materials engineering.
This Apprenticeship gives an complete intorduction and specialist training for those who wish to be a professional Tool Maker. A toolmaker creates parts, tools, and dies for use in manufacturing plants.
As an apprentice you will gain valuable experience and occupational competence within you workplace setting. You will be employed and under supervision, your job is likely to involve covering reception duties and offering chair side support for dentists and hygienists.