16 training courses found
This course is ideal for you if you intend to teach ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) and/or EFL (English as a Foreign Language) to adults. The scheme is designed for those with little or no previous teaching experience.
This course consists of a number of units which will give you a full understanding of the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed for the Plumbing Industry. The assessment will be via a set number of practical tasks back up by write up and evidence.
The Advanced Apprenticeship programme consists of four elements. It includes NVQ Diploma in Installing Electro technical Systems and Equipment (Buildings, Structures and Environment).
The IELTS course at Greenwich Community College prepares learners for theIELTS test. The main focus is on exam preparation (looking at exam techniques and past papers) and improving writing skills.
This course is suitable for those currently working within a social care sector or the health sector and is designed to be assessed in the work place. If you are not currently working in the sector we can try to match you with a suitable employer.
This course includes the following areas: Creating an image using colour for the hair and beauty sector, Introduction to the hair and beauty sector, Presenting a professional image in a salon, Follow health and safety in the salon, Create a hair and beauty image, Salon reception duties, Working with others in the hair and beauty sector, Skincare, Basic make up application, Themed face painting, Providing basic manicure treatment, Providing basic pedicure treatment, Provide nail art, Functional skills in mathematics and English and Tutorial. On successful completion of this course, you will progress onto a Level 2 Beauty Therapy qualification, this can then lead to the Level 3 Beauty Therapy course or With the Level 1 qualification you can work in a salon, a spa and as a salon junior.
This course will develops your employability skills and give you a valuable experience of a variety of routine brickwork related activities. You will be working in a construction environment where your duties could encompass many areas of brickwork such as cavity walls, arches, piers, concreting and setting out solid walls.
This qualification has been developed to build the skills, knowledge and understanding of learners who work or want to work as a Dry Liner in the construction industry. The learner will cover knowledge on core subject areas, such as Heatlh, Safety and Welfare, Information, Quantities and Communication with others and Construction Technology.
This course is ideal for those interested in Accounting as a profession without having the financial cost of university. The programme is designed for students of all ages who are looking to gain skills and valuable work experience in a finance role.
In the apprentice you will learn how to: Advise and consult with clients; Shampoo, condition and treat the hair and scalp; Style and finish hair; Cutting hair using basic techniques; Plait and twist hair. There’s a great tradition in this country of hairdressers beginning their careers as apprentices – it is an ideal way to learn your trade, alongside professionals.
This course will provides participants in the first phase of delivery with the opportunity to choose from a number of trades including bricklaying, site carpentry, electrical engineering and plumbing. This is a collaborative project that will see Greenwich Community College work with Berkeley Homes, Greenwich Local Labour and Business (GLLaB), the Council‟s employment brokerage service and Evolve Careers UK, to deliver Construction apprenticeships to the citizens of Greenwich.
This course is suitable for people working in a variety of catering establishments from fine dining to schools and hotels/gastro pubs offering a range of cuisines. This course is suitable for progression into a Commis Chef/Chef De Partie.
This course will enable employed, as well as voluntary, teaching assistants to develop the knowledge and skills needed to support teaching and learning in schools. The course will cover 9 mandatory units and 2 optional units leading to a total of 30 credits.
In this course you will study: Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Hospitality Services; Level 2 Certificate in Hospitality and Catering Principles; Employee rights and responsibilities and Functional skills. A typical job role for this apprenticeship might be as a hospitality services assistant, working in a range of settings of different sizes where employers expect staff to undertake a range of duties including serving customers, preparing and cooking food, serving drinks, reception, cleaning and preparing rooms.
The Business and Administration skills are essential to many occupations; employers recognize the importance of these skills and often find them difficult to recruit for. Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Business and Administration is intended for people whose role involves carrying out a broad range of administrative activities, requiring a limited amount of supervision and working on your own initiative for part of the time.
This course will enable employed teaching assistants to develop in depth knowledge and skills needed to support teaching and learning in schools. Teaching assistants working voluntary in schools will also be considered.