98 training courses found
Communication skills that focus on reading, writing, speaking, listening. Daytime students will also study maths as part of their course: number; measure, space and shape; and handling data.
English and Maths techniques taught at each stage of the national curriculum in Primary schools. Will help the learner improve basic English and Maths through understanding how it is taught in schools.
Basic literacy and communication skills.
Cell comments Pivot tables Macros Further formula construction Using protection and display options Working with interactive spreadsheet documents For
An introduction to the main features of Powerpoint 2010 Introduction to PowerPoint & basic features and tool bars Create a PP slide show & insert text
How to prepare and deliver well organised and well structured lessons aimed at adults learning English Language. The course will give the chance to understand the methodology of teaching English in a classroom scenario and give you the opportunity to teach foreign students whilst being guided by experts in this field of teaching.
The course aims to further develop skills in cake decorating and icing and prepare students for more advanced work.
The use of relevant tools and equipment, using a sewing machine and basic sewing techniques. Construction of darts, gathers, zips, hems, collars, cuffs, facings, waistbands etc.
This introductory course will cover the use of the Financial Times, F.T.
The purpose of the unit is to explore the key functions involved in housing management and consider approaches to the provision of housing. The unit will also enable learners to examine a range of housing and housing-related advice services.
Health and Safety procedures, Identify and describe various types of components which make up a PC, the case and power supply, The Motherboard and computer memory, The processor, ROM BIOS and the video card, Assemble and disassemble major system components, Install an operating system (Wndows 7), Create and format partitions, PC troubleshooting, BIOS and system component problems, Device troubleshooting in Windows, Windows and application troubleshooting, Installing software applications, Virus Scanning.
This course enables students to understand the basic principles of interior design and will focus on colour, lighting, window treatments, flooring, kitchens, bathrooms, living space and bedrooms. The course will involve the creation of schemes with the aid of mood boards, scaled floor plans, 3D models and perspective drawings.
The course will enable learners with varying abilities to manipulate clay in a wide range of constructing and decorating techniques appropriate to their own needs. The course will include all forming methods: pinch, coil, slab and throw.
1. Planning applications and building control requirements.
The course aims to provide an introduction to the techniques involved in home baking and will give students the opportunity of practising some basic recipes. Instruction will be given in the use of utensils, materials and equipment with emphasis on health and safety issues.
This course is designed to provide trainees with a better understanding of: • the roles and responsibilities in education and training • how to plan a
Basic 2D commands including: Command line data input techniques, Setting up the AutoCAD environment mirror, Copy, Blocks, Rotate, UCS, Array, Extend, Trim, ISO plane, Dimensions, Offset, Move and copy.
Basic colour techiques including: Application of semi, quasi, permanent tints, and foil, workshop, theory of colour types and colour choice.
Basic aspects of skin care and maintenance Eyebrow shaping (tweezing) Skin care routine: how to Cleanse, Tone, Moisturise skin Facials: How to use raw material to measure and mix; apply and remove face masks Make up: How to apply concealer, foundation, translucent powder, blusher, eye makeup, eye shadow, eye liner, false lashes, mascara. Techniques to include contouring and corrective makeup techniques.
Drawing and painting with a variety of media, e.g.