44 training courses found
In order to achieve this qualification students have to complete the following courses: Diploma in Professional Competence for IT (Information Technol
This qualification is intended for middle managers who: Allocate work to others; achieve results by using resources effectively; carry out policy in a defined area of authority; control limited financial budgets; contribute to broader activities such as change programme and recruitment.
This programme aims to equip you with the necessary skills to work in the meat and poultry processing industry. It is a practical hands-on course if you are new to the industry or more experienced and do not have formal qualifications.
The course provides students with the key management skills to enable them to operate effectively as a middle manager; it allows students to develop a range of competencies from operational management principles and practices to the development of resource control and use; students achieving this qualification can apply for full membership of the Institute; students must complete all modules from Group A, at least 1 core module from Group B and 3 optional modules from Group C to a total of at least 62 credits in order to achieve the diploma.
The course covers all aspects of the professional duties of a teacher in the Lifelong Learning Sector.
This programme aims to equip you with the necessary skills to pursue a career in barbering. The course consists of mandatory and optional units including Health and safety, Dry and finish men’s hair, Shampoo, condition and treat the hair and scalp, Cut hair using basic barbering techniques, Advise and consult with clients, Cut facial hair to shape using basic techniques, Fulfill salon reception duties, Colour and lighten men’s’ hair.
The course aims to provide students with detailed and specific coverage of the various elements of supply chain, production and inventory management; it aims to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills of operations management to improve business performance within the global environment.
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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.
This course offers the benefit of experience at work supported by learning at college and is especially suited to you if you do not wish to stay in full-time education and have a good idea of what you want to do. Students will study Service and maintenance of road vehicles, Health and Safety, Vehicle systems technology, Employment Rights & Responsibilities (ERR), Functional skills.
This course is for the students who are currently working with children in a wide variety of situations e.g.
An Apprenticeship offers the combined benefits of work experience and supported academic learning at college. Apprenticeships are an excellent way of gaining qualifications and workplace experience.
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This course offers the benefit of experience at work, supported by learning at college and is especially suited if you do not wish to remain in full-time education and have a good idea of what you want to do. Students will study Electrical workshop, Regulations, Electrical principles, Craft theory and practices, Functional skills.
The course consists of mandatory, optional and additional modules such as Anatomy and physiology, Body massage, Electrical face and body treatments, Epilation, Contribute to the planning and implementation of promotional activities, Stone therapy treatments, Monitor procedures to safely control operations, Work experience, Functional skills in maths and English, Employers’ Rights and Responsibilities (ERR). Assessment takes place within college and in the work placement.
Depending on the job role there are a range of units that you can choose to complete. These can include Health and Safety, Communication, Understanding physical disabilities, Infection control, Awareness of sensory loss, Nutrition and Dementia awareness.
On the Apprenticeship programmes students will complete a suite of qualifications designed to give you, or recognise your, experience in the workplace. In addition, if necessary, students will complete functional skills in English, maths and ICT.
This course including the following units such as Style and finish hair, Set and dress hair, Cut hair using basic techniques, Colour and lighten hair, Shampoo, condition and treat the hair and scalp, Develop and maintain effectiveness at work and Advise and consult with clients and the additional units for functional skills and Employers’ Rights and Responsibilities (ERR). You will be based in a hairdressing salon where you will receive real-work experience and training.
This is a practical programme which will provide you with an excellent introduction for a career in catering and hospitality. Additionally, there will be opportunities available to you to attend work placements and educational visits to local restaurants and suppliers.
On the Advanced Apprenticeship Level 3, students will learn about the organisation, delivery and maintenance of reliable customer service, improving the customer relationship, working with others to improve customer service, monitoring and solving customer problems, and promoting continuous improvement. Students will be assessed in the workplace for your competence in providing customer service.