62 training courses found
On this 1 year, part time, block release course students learn about: Advanced engine technology, advanced transmission technology, advanced chassis technology, comfort systems and safety systems; this course is equivalent to 60 credits of the automotive business (management and technology foundation degree).
These qualifications develop the knowledge and practical skills to enable candidates to deliver construction projects safely and efficiently; they provide a route into a management role for trades operatives, apprentices and experienced supervisors and managers; the learning outcomes include all the necessary knowledge and skills to run a successful construction project of any size; the qualifications provide the underpinning knowledge and understanding for the National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) in Construction Site Management; to achieve the Certificate, students need to take the unit in managing health, safety, welfare and risk control at work, and any other 3 units; to achieve the Diploma.
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The course focuses on communication across linguistic and cultural barriers; meaning and messages; audience; time and sequence (narrative, time-based media).
Video and audio digital post-production is an exciting and dynamic area, especially with the increased use of video content on media-rich Web sites; this module gives students the opportunity to gain knowledge of digital post-production with particular emphasis on professional practice.
This course suits any person working with individuals with substance misuse issues.
Candidates plan a programme of development and assessment with their assessor and compile a portfolio of evidence to prove that they are competent and knowledgeable in their work role; tailor made programmes can be devised to suit employers requirements.
This course is the second and final academic stage towards becoming a legal executive; it aims to develop understanding of the legal practice that arises from the law.
This course combines the challengers of higher-level education with full-time employment; it consists of a number of high level qualifications including an HNC in computing and systems development and a level 4 diploma in professional competence for information technology and telecoms professionals.
By the end of this qualification applicants are able to: Evaluate the role of the marketing planning process including organisational strategy, culture and the broader marketing environment; develop and manage a brand and product portfolio; identify the organisation's information needs, scope of research projects and resource capability to underpin the development of a business case to support marketing projects.
This module develops students' studio photography skills and knowledge, enabling them to use more complex lighting setups and work with a range of subjects and materials.
On this course, students will learn about and use the cognitative behavioural therapy (CBT) framework to structure the therapeutic relationship. Students will consider: the working alliance for the CBT practitioner, and look at the differences in the relationships from other therapeutic approaches; theory and therapeutic process in relation to collaboration, connectedness, intimacy, dependency and transference; their personal support and look at their own supervision needs.
This course provides a thorough training in person centred counselling, promoting ethical practice, person and professional development; students are invited to experience themselves in relation to the group process, and are given opportunities to experience and explore counselling techniques and theory leading to becoming a qualified counsellor.
Students analyse a variety of factual programmes before going on to create their own short factual piece; students are given support with ideas creation and development, research techniques, production management, moral, ethical and legal issues; this module is taught through support seminars and tutorials; lectures, demonstrations; group and individual self directed learning utilising text, web-based and virtual learning environment resources.
Explores the practice of contact improvisation, a highly skilled and demanding genre; safe practices of weight sharing in partner work will be explored as well as the more risk-taking practices of contact work required for choreography in physical theatre and dance theatre works; on this course students will demonstrate the physical skills required of contact improvisation; use contact improvisation in a choreographic context; demonstrate understanding of the historical context and lineage of contact improvisation; apply contact improvisation skills to a performance context.
This qualification offers senior office-based administrators the opportunity to ensure they are working to a set of national standards; it gives them recognition for skills they have learned on the job, and help to identify what they could do to improve their skills.
This module allows students to develop the necessary skills to plan and create 2 dimensional animation suitable for web-based interactive multimedia using Adobe Flash and some basic ActionScript.
This course focuses on methods of practice for choreography in a dance theatre context; learners will be exposed to the development of choreographic principles and practices from Rudolf Laban to choreographers and dance theatre makers working in the current dance theatre scene.
The qualification is suitable for those who work or want to work as specialist teachers of ESOL, literacy or numeracy in the Lifelong Learning Sector.
The course introduces students to higher level accounting tasks, such as drafting financial statements, managing budgets and evaluating financial performance; students specialise in areas from tax to auditing and credit control.