58 training courses found
This is an in-service course which leads to a professional qualification for those who are already teaching in further education colleges, adult education, higher education and a wide range of other training and education settings outside the schools sector. It provides a route to subsequent achievement of Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status, if you are appropriately employed in the learning and skills sector.
This is a professional qualification aimed at those who wish to be recognised and practice as a professional counsellor. The course aims to create a reflective practitioner who is competent in the knowledge, understanding and application of counselling skills within the framework of a therapeutic relationship.
The typical learner for this qualification will be 19 years or over, working in industry and will hold a level three automotive technical qualification and/or an advanced apprenticeship. They will have experience of diagnosing and rectifying faults on a wide range of vehicle systems, including electrical system operations.
This course develops the skills of people working as a plasterer. The course covers the terms like Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the workplace, Conforming to productive working practices, Moving, handling and storing resources, Producing internal solid plastering finishes, Producing external solid render finishes.
This programme is designed for lecturers, teachers and trainers who would like to work in the post-compulsory teaching sector. The sector includes further, higher and adult education, community and youth services, the health services, uniformed services (the armed forces, prison, the police and fire services), and private trainers and large organisations with their own training departments.
This course is for people working as light vehicle or motorcycle service technicians who carry out routine maintenance and inspections including servicing, repairing and replacing faulty parts and maintaining records. Units include: Contributing to workplace good housekeeping, Ensuring your own actions reduce risks to health and safety, Maintaining positive working relationships, Carrying out routine maintenance, Removing and replacing engine units and components, Removing and replacing auxiliary electrical units and components, Removing and replacing chassis units and components, Conducting pre and post-work vehicle inspections, Removing and replacing transmission and driveline units and components.
This course is for those students who wish to achieve a significant level of qualification in health and safety. The diploma is regarded by NEBOSH as a professional qualification.
This course is offered at all levels for roles that deliver continuous improvement, increased productivity and lean manufacturing. They are ideally suited to individuals working in food manufacturing in such roles as food operative, team supervisor, technical assistant, technical manager, team leader and production manager.
This course aims to give people the skills and knowledge needed to work in finance and accounting related positions. These include accounts assistant, cashier, purchase ledger clerk, sales ledger clerk, trainee accounting technician and assistant accountant.
This course is aimed at people working in cleaning roles such as hygiene operative, specialist cleaner, window cleaner, industrial cleaner, caretaker, specialist carpet and flooring cleaner, and environmental services roles, such as neighborhood services assistant or operative, which involve a combination of cleaning and horticultural skill. The units covers ensuring their own actions reduce the risks to health and safety Supporting the work of the team, Controlling the use of resources, Cleaning floors manually, Cleaning furniture, fittings and vertical surfaces, Maintaining plants outdoors, Preparing ground for seedlings, Using and maintaining non-powered and hand held powered tools.
This course is aimed at people working as bricklayers carrying out tasks such as setting out basic structures, building brick and block walling, laying domestic drainage, placing and finishing concrete and rendering surfaces. This course includes units like How to carry out safe working practices in construction, Interpreting working drawings to set out masonry structures, Thin joint masonry cladding, Building solid walling, isolated and attached piers, and Building cavity walling forming masonry structures.
The programme has been designed for middle managers with a wide span of control and accountability for performance, in particular those with responsibility for determining resource allocation and operational methods in their department or organisation. The programme identifies the required competencies and helps candidates develop and demonstrate these skills for effective operation within their own organisation.
This course is for people in similar roles as classroom assistant, teaching assistant but also behaviour support coordinators, welfare support assistants and team leaders. This course covers the areas like The roles and responsibilities of learning support assistants, Institutional policies, Exploring a range of different learning needs, Planning support, Working with other people, Providing support using and adapting resources, Promoting positive behavior, Reviewing and assessing learners' progress, Evaluating support programmes and your own practice.
This course aims to develop the skills and knowledge of people working in a variety of roles in the leisure industry, such as gym instructors, personal trainers and similar positions. This course includes Dealing with accidents and emergencies, Evaluating and developing your own practice in instructing exercise and fitness, Motivating and supporting clients to develop and maintain their fitness.
This course is aimed at learners who are interested in turning their creative and digital pastimes or enthusiasm into a career in the creative media industries. Ranging from production and editing to animation, camerawork, radio and photo imaging, this advanced apprenticeship will deliver the skills required by employers to compete and progress in a digital world.
This course aims to develop the skills and knowledge of people working in a variety of roles in the leisure industry, such as gym instructors, personal trainers and similar positions. This course covers the areas like Advanced knowledge of exercise and fitness subjects, Principles of progressive training and professionalism, How to plan a progressive programme which meets the goals and needs of an individual, How to perform and analyze fitness related tests, How to provide basic and appropriate nutritional advice.
This course builds on the hairdressing skills learned in the NVQ level two and other level two courses. It is geared towards senior stylists and technicians, in addition to salon owners and managers who want to get accredited.
This course is aimed at light vehicle or motorcycle diagnostic technicians who carry out similar but more complex tasks. The mandatory units includes Contributing to workplace good housekeeping, Ensuring your own actions reduce risks to health and safety, Maintaining positive working relationships, Carrying out routine maintenance, Removing and replacing engine units and components, Removing and replacing auxiliary electrical units and components, Removing and replacing chassis units and components, Conducting pre and post-work vehicle inspections, Removing and replacing transmission and driveline units and components.
This course is for people who are employed in warehousing or storage roles, such as staff who undertake a range of warehouse activities and those in supervisory roles. The units include Contributing to maintaining a safe and healthy workplace, Contributing to keeping the workplace secure, Working effectively in your own organization, Providing information and advice to customers, Receiving goods and materials into storage, Putting goods and materials into storage, Dispatching goods and materials, Assembling bulk orders for distribution, Picking stock and making up orders.
This course develops the skills and knowledge of people working in a range of roles in the beauty therapy sector in areas such as manicure, pedicure, skin care and massage. The units include Following health and safety practice in the salon, Promoting products and services to clients in a salon, Developing and maintaining effectiveness at work, Providing facial skin care, Removing hair using waxing techniques, Providing manicure treatments, Providing pedicure treatments, Providing make-up treatments, Salon reception duties, Enhancing the appearance of eyebrows and eyelashes.