5 training courses found
The course is set within the context of non-medical prescribing but has been designed to prepare nurses, midwives and specialist community public health nurses to prescribe.
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 gives students a bigger perspective of the organisational issues facing Human Resource (HR) professionals and enables students to develop effective analytical and problem solving issues; the course provides the underpinning knowledge towards Associate (Assoc CIPD) professional membership and equates to 32 credits.
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 is designed to meet the professional development needs of internal verifiers monitoring the quality of assessor performance and verifying vocational candidates.