13 training courses found
This flexible course will give you a recognised qualification to work in the post compulsory education and training sector (adult education). You may already be working as a trainer and wish to gain a formal qualification, or perhaps you would like to teach others and share your expertise in a particular subject.
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.
The course is designed for those who are working in the area of general health and safety practice or managing the health and safety function. It is for the health and safety professional - someone who requires a high level of knowledge in the application of systems for a company.
The course has been designed to develop personal management capabilities, making effective use of information in the decision-making operations and the development of the skills of managing people. This course covers decision-making skills, managing team dynamics and delegation capability.
The course is ideal for managers moving into a middle management position, who still retain responsibility for operational processes but are more removed from day to day line management duties.The qualification develops the knowledge and skills required to take on higher level responsibilities such as planning and implementing change.
Students study the principles of good practice in food safety, thus gaining the ability to guide and advise on the management of food hygiene in a food business; applicants study food safety with an emphasis on the importance of the management of systems and staff.
The course covers a host of accounting topics with four compulsory units namely financial statements, internal control and accounting systems, budgeting and financial performance. You will then choose an additional two topics from credit management and control, personal tax, business tax or external auditing.
This course will provide you with professional status in counselling. It may also be appropriate for those working in roles where counselling skills are needed, for example, nursing, teaching, social work, voluntary sector, the police and armed forces.
This qualification is for those already working in health and social care management. You might be an assistant or deputy manager, or a manager who has not yet achieved a recognised vocational qualification at this level.
The aim of the course is to provide learners with the skills and knowledge needed to manage practice and lead others in childrens care, learning and development. The programme also aims to: Develop their professional practice in children's care, learning and development and support children's care, learning and development in the early years; understand children and young person's development and lead practice that supports positive outcomes for child and young person development ; develop and implement policies and procedures to support the safeguarding of children and young people; develop health and safety and risk management policies, procedures and practices in health and social care or children and young peoples settings; work in partnership in health and social care or children and young peoples settings; use and develop systems that promote communication, professional development and champion equality, diversity and inclusion; lead and manage a team within a health and social care or children and young peoples setting.
If you maintain the quality of assessment from within your organisation or assessment centre, then this qualification is for you. You will need the support of an additional IQA person within your organisation to mentor you.
The course will acknowledge the work of supervisors, managers and lead development officers within childrens services whose role it is to work with parents across sectors on an area basis or with responsibility for several groups or locations. It also provides compliance with the National Occupational Standards for work with parents.
This course gives students a bigger perspective of the organisational issues facing Human Resource (HR) professionals and enables students to develop effective analytical and problem solving issues; the course provides the underpinning knowledge towards Associate (Assoc CIPD) professional membership and equates to 32 credits.