123 training courses found
City of Westminster College's Fresh Start courses prepare you for the world of work, the opportunities of Apprenticeships and for progression to an appropriate course in further education. The programme is made up of various short courses including Personal and Social Development, Business Enterprise, Event Planning and Employability Skills and are offered at Levels 1 and 2.
The course is intended to help people who want to save money on car service and repair bills, and who would enjoy undertaking basic car maintenance. Certain key areas are crucial – e.
This course is designed to prepare candidates for the Cambridge FCE (First Certificate in English) examination. FCE is widely recognised in commerce and industry, and by educational institutions in Britain and overseas as proof of language ability at level B2 of the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Crime and its consequences is a continuing social issue that affects everyone. But why do some people commit crime while others do not, and what are the effects of crime on victims and the wider community? These are the kinds of questions that are of concern to those involved in criminal psychology, as well as those responsible for preventing and investigating crime and dealing with those who break the law.
The course is for those who want to gain basic skills and knowledge in order to gain entry into the plumbing industry. It is also suitable for those who want to equip themselves with advanced plumbing knowledge and skills.
The course is for those who 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.
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.
Course units covered 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 Successful candidates achieving merits or above overall are invited to enrol on our HNC programme. In recent years the college has had very good success rates for our level 3 and HNC courses with many students progressing further onto degree schemes in Building Services Engineering subjects.
These qualifications are designed for advice and guidance working professionals within all sectors. The qualification has 6 units - 3 mandatory and 3 optional units.
This course will enable you 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 is a one-year course that 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 Level 1 qualification covers the basic technical needs and knowledge for working in today’s motor vehicle repair industry. Students will 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.
There are twelve units to complete over the two years include: 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 Successful learners achieve the Subsidiary Diploma at the end of the first year. The full Diploma is claimed at the end of the second year.
**This programme is free for individuals who are unemployed and claiming a benefit (i.e.
This course will give you the qualification that you need if you wish to apply for work as a CCTV operator. Please note that for most CCTV Operator jobs, you will be required to have a Door Supervisor/Manned Guarding licence as well, as the role often includes security officer duties.
This course covers: Processing bookkeeping transactions Control accounts, journals and the banking system Work effectively in accounting and fin
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 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.