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The course is intended for those that want to gain basic skills and knowledge in order to gain entry into the plumbing industry, they are also suitable for those that want to equip themselves with advanced plumbing knowledge and skills. These qualifications replace the existing 6129 Level 2/3 Certificate in Plumbing Studies (technical certificates).
The course is intended for those that want to gain practical skills and knowledge in order to gain entry into the electrical industry as an electrician. It is also suitable for those wanting to update their knowledge and skills for progression within the industry.
The course is made up of core units and specialist optional units, which will be spread across the two years. In your first year you will achieve a Subsidiary Diploma and in your second year you will complete the full Extended Diploma qualification.
The programme is made up of various short courses including Personal and Social Development, Business Enterprise, Event Planning and Employability Skills at levels 1 and 2. Some of the course units include: Working as a team, Developing and practicing leadership skills, Learning with colleagues, Communication and developing positive attitudes, Searching for a job, applying for a job, preparing for interview, interview skills.
This is a Level 2 qualification, which gives you a certificate to work as Cabin Crew and which supports your application when applying for jobs. It includes the duties, safety, emergency and customer services carried out by cabin crew.
This qualification will enable the learner to develop the knowledge and skills needed when supporting teaching and learning in a school environment. It is made up of mandatory and optional units which are based on knowledge and skills.
This course units include Health, Safety & Welfare, Sustainable Construction, Mathematics, Science & Materials, Building Services Science and a number of other mechanical and electrical engineering subjects related to building services engineering.
This is a one-year course - it will help you to improve your English. It will give you skills for work and business and it will help you to improve your Numeracy & IT skills.
This is a two-year course. Year 1 Five core units will underpin the learning that will take place in year one.
This qualification is aimed at employers looking to develop their workforce. It is designed to meet the professional needs of the employment related services sector, raise the performance and productivity of practitioners and improve delivery standards so more people are moved into long term sustained employment.
This level 1 qualification covers the basic technical needs for today’s motor vehicle repair industry. Students study both the theory and practical aspects of the following: Light Vehicle Construction and Routine Maintenance Operating Principles of Light Vehicle Engines, Tyres, Brakes, Steering and Suspension Systems Operating Principles and Maintenance of Light Vehicle Transmission Systems and Electrical and Electronic Systems Students also gain a broad knowledge and understanding of health and safety in the workplace and other skills associated with working in a garage.
The focus is on developing skills in design, analysis and evaluation across a range of Civil Engineering topics. There are twelve units to complete over the two years: Health, Safety and Welfare in Construction and the Built Environment, Sustainable Construction, Mathematics in Construction and the Built Environment, Science and Materials in Construction and the Built Environment, Construction Technology and Design in Construction and Civil Engineering, Surveying in Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction in Civil Engineering, Graphical Detailing in Construction and the Built Environment, Structural Mechanics in Construction and Civil Engineering, CAD & design for Construction, Further Mathematics in Construction and the Built Environment, Project in Construction and the Built Environment.
Course Content: All practical activities are carried out within our industry standard workshops with theory work studied through online distance learning supported by classroom tutorials and assignment activities. Format: Part-Time Evenings.
The skills you will learn on this course will be useful across a wide range of occupational roles and sectors: Understanding the business of retail, Understanding customer service and hospitality, Understanding how a business maintains health, safety and security on its premises, Understanding the retail selling process, Understanding the control, handling and replenishment of stock, Understanding how individuals and teams contribute to the effectiveness of a business, Employability training including CV writing, interview techniques, assistance with job search. On successful completion of the course, you will receive: Retail, Customer Service and Work Skills Qualifications, Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering, CIEH First Aid Certificate.
This course will introduce you to a range of 2D & 3D visual language and design skills. Using Visual research as a starting point you will learn and develop a broad range of practical techniques and skills to produce creative work in the areas of 2D and 3D design.
This course covers Processing bookkeeping transactions; Control accounts, journals and the banking system; Work effectively in accounting and finance; Basic costing; and Computerised accounting.
This course is aimed at people who work or are looking to work in finance. This short, introductory qualification teaches you all the essentials of bookkeeping and can lead directly to the Level 2 AAT course.
The course covers: Working the Private Security Industry, Working as a CCTV Operator, Practical Operation of CCTV Equipment, ICT in the Working Environment, Community and Culture Awareness. On successful completion of the course, you will receive: Level 2 Award in CCTV Operations, Level 2 Public Sector Certificates, CCTV Licence (if eligible - only for JSA candidates).
The course is most suitable for teachers, tutors and trainers who may be working within a Further Education (FE) college, Adult and Community Learning Centre or Learning Provider and are currently not qualified. The course is also suitable for those not yet in a teaching or training role, but wish to be.
All students take mandatory core units plus optional units as follows: Core units: Health & Safety in the workplace Communications for Te