176 training courses found
This course is intended for those who hold management and supervisory positions in industry or retail. The course is specifically designed to involve delegates in their own day to day work situations thereby gaining the maximum benefit from the course.
This short course will enable candidates to recognise unsafe practice and know what their expected actions should be in relation to working at heights. At the end of the course, candidates will be able to: be aware of the requirements of the working at heights regulations and other associated legislation, be aware of their responsibilities with regard to safe access, be aware of the safe use and maintenance of access equipment.
Who is this course for? Anyone who wishes to work in licensed premises or any venue where alcohol is sold, for drinking on or off the premises. It is primarily for those who will authorise the sale of alcohol to the public under current legislation.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? Anyone wanting to become familiar with the basics of machine sewing and develop a range of related skills. WHAT WILL I LEARN? By the end of this course you will be able to: Understand how to use a sewing machine and sewing equipment.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? Anybody who wishes to communicate with deaf people in British Sign Language (BSL) about familiar day-to-day topics and activities. WHAT WILL I LEARN? By the end of the course you will be able to: Feel confident in meeting a deaf person who uses sign language Supported by The IW Council Community and Family Learning Service – for individuals only.
This course is aimed at candidates who do not have access to NVQs. They emphasis theoretical knowledge and practical skills, and are assessed by multiple-choice tests and practical tasks in a training environment.
This course is designed to provide focused and specialist work related qualifications in a range of sectors. The BTEC Short Courses offer a focused qualification for learners, particularly more mature learners, who wish to follow a short programme of study that is directly related to their work experience or to an aspect of employment that they wish to move into in due course.
This course enables learners to use British Sign Language to establish social relations, transact the business of everyday living and to understand presentations for information, pleasure and vocational needs where appropriate. Topics and skills include - exchange personal information with users of British Sign Language; obtain and provide goods and services and understand simple presentations in everyday and informal social situations.
This course is designed for students wishing to gain a practical professional qualification in providing This course is designed for students wishing to gain a practical professional qualification in providing Body Massage. What Will I Learn? Practical Full Body Massage techniques will be taught, along with related theory.
This course is for those wishing to embark into painting and decorating, interior design and sign writing. It covers the following: health and safety, scaffolding, preparation services, application of paints, brush, roller, paperhanging to ceiling and walls, basic decoration effects, efficient working practices, protecting/masking services and storage of materials, relevant key skills in literacy and numeracy.
This course is for the people who wish to know more about child psychology. Parents and grandparents who want to understand how and why their children react to things and behave as they do.
This programme will prepare students for employment within a sport/leisure facility or as a Personal Trainer. This qualification contains all the elements of personal training plus business and marketing for successful business planning, programming for sports conditioning and delivering group exercise in an outdoor environment.
This course is for those who wish to learn how to get started with computers, carry out basic everyday tasks, and gain a qualification which demonstrates this ability to others. Students will learn through presentations, handouts, practical tasks and online activities.
This course is designed to prepare people for work in a particular construction occupation. It has been specifically developed for delivery in a training environment using simulated conditions and the assessment is based on candidates showing what they can do.
Good English and Maths skills can be life enhancing, improve people’s job prospects and their ability to manage their own finances. To ensure that everyone can improve their skills and gain qualifications, The Isle of Wight College offers Adult English and Maths courses at a variety of venues around the island and at the College Campus.
Who Is The Course For? This course is designed for those dedicated students who wish to develop and learn new skills and obtain the Level 3 Award in Indian Head Massage. What Will I Learn? The course will include practical Indian Head Massage techniques of the shoulders, arms, head, neck, face and scalp, along with the related theory, including subjects such as: Health and Safety Professionalism Maintaining and Completing Client Records The History of Massage The effects and benefits of Indian Head Massage The principles and procedures for scalp oil massage Treatment Planning Anatomy and physiology of subjects such as the skin, skeleton, muscles, respiration and circulatory systems are covered as well as the maintaining of employment standards.
This programme has been developed to address a need to develop learners’ basic plumbing skills and knowledge to enable them to progress to technical certificate and NVQ2 in Plumbing. It also develops an awareness of health and safety issues within the work environment.
This course is aimed at 14 – 18 year olds who are looking to develop their babysitting skills and gain a qualification in this area. This qualification provides an understanding of the skills needed when babysitting.
The ‘IELTS’ exam is designed for students who wish to study at University level or progress their career further. IELTS is managed by the British Council, IDP and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations and is recognised by more than 6,000 organisations worldwide.
This course is suitable for those who require a GCSE in mathematics at grade C or above to progress to further study on College programmes such as Access to Higher Education, or for those who plan to study at degree level, since the great majority of universities now expect applicants to have a good GCSEs in this subject. For many 16-18 year old Full time learners, the College’s Functional Skills Maths course will be more appropriate.