129 training courses found
This course provides learners with the underpinning knowledge and skills to undertake work as a Technician in the area of Electrical/Electronic engineering and provides a progression route to Higher Education. Typical topics: Mathematics, Electrical & Electronic Principles, Analogue & Digital Electronics, Microelectronics, Testing & Fault Finding, Business Systems & Communication and Engineering Project.
This pre-Level 1 course is practical based and the theory is covered in the workshop doing practical tasks. Learners will be working in our extensive modern workshop facilities with excellent resources as commented by a recent Ofsted inspection.
Our Foundation Diploma is validated by the University of the Arts, London. This means that your qualification will be awarded by UAL (which includes the prestigious colleges of Central St Martins, London College of Fashion, Chelsea College of Art and Design, Wimbledon College of Art and Camberwell College of Arts).
Bricklayers work with many different materials and work can be as diverse as building domestic extensions or architectural features, through to constructing housing estates and office blocks. At Level 1 you will gain an insight into the art of laying bricks, with enrichment activities to simulate working on a construction site.
This course will provide you with the relevant basic skills and knowledge required to work in the make-up industry. This course is aimed at students who are interested in a future career as a make-up artist and focuses on the principles and practical skills required to work in the make-up industry.
This course is aimed at developing students’ personal learning and thinking skills through practical tasks underpinned with theoretical knowledge of the construction industry. Units include: Health, Safety and Welfare; Understand Technical Information, Quantities and Communication with Others; Knowledge of Construction Technology; Produce Woodworking Joints; Maintain and Use Carpentry and Joinery Hand Tools; Prepare and Use Carpentry and Joinery Portable Power Tools.
This course is an introduction to aircraft maintenance engineering that will prepare school leavers for entry into an aircraft apprenticeship scheme, or to continue their training onto Level 3. Units Include: Aviation Mathematics and Science; Gas Turbine Engines; Propellers; Electrics and Theory of Flight; Electrical and Avionic Systems; Airframe Construction and Systems; Human Factors in Aviation.
This course will further advance your skills to prepare you for employment in the make-up industry. This hands-on course covers the requirements for the application of specialised make-up and artificial hair for theatrical and media purposes.
This course is a continuation from Level 2 training in order to give students the required knowledge to secure a job within an aviation related field or to prepare them for EASA training. Level 3 units include: Aviation mathematics and science for technicians; Fundamentals of electronic and avionics; Structural materials and components in aircraft; Maintaining aircraft structures; Aircraft aerodynamics and control in fixed wing aircraft; Civil aviation legislation; Maintaining aircraft mechanical systems; Maintaining gas turbine engines and propellers; Human factors in aviation.
In this course you will train in the College's salons which are open to the public and you will be continually assessed in a realistic working environment. This course leads to nationally recognised qualifications which demonstrate the competence, skill and knowledge required to perform the job role effectively.
This course is practical and work related. You learn by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic activities, analysis of games, players and the industry.
This course is designed for the student who wishes to take part in a hands-on course. Northbrook’s catering students train in the College’s restaurant, coffee shop and bar, which are all open to the public.
This course is for people who want to gain employment in the hairdressing industry. You will learn to work as part of a team in a hairdressing environment, be competent in communicating in the workplace, consulting with clients, promoting products and deliver hairdressing services according with clients requirements.
This is an intensive course in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. Trinity College, London TESOL Certificate is an internationally recognised qualification that will enable you to teach in the UK or overseas.
The central aim of this course is the development of practical skills and personal confidence as a professional teacher in further education. Trainees will be given the opportunity to work in a busy, thriving department on a variety of courses and levels up to Foundation Degree level, and will be supported by an experienced mentor throughout this process.
This course provides learners with the underpinning knowledge and skills to undertake work as a Technician Engineer in the area of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering and provides a progression route to Higher Education. Typical topics: Mathematics, Mechanical Principles and Applications, Engineering Drawing and Computer Aided Drafting, Materials Engineering, Business Systems and Communication, Manufacturing Processes, Mechanical Technology and Engineering Project.
A one year course for students who are looking either to learn for new skills or a career change. Students will have the option to undertake units of the NVQ Level 2 Barbering qualification (extra fee required).
This course is intended for anyone who wishes to learn counselling skills and/or people in a learning, helping or guidance environment. This course gives a thorough grounding in becoming a skilled helper with the use of counselling skills.
A one year course for students who are looking either to learn new skills or for a career change. Students will have the opportunity to undertake units of the NVQ Level 2 Barbering qualification (extra fee required).
This course is for candidates who want to work as an electrician in the building services sector. The Level 2 course introduces candidates to a very wide range set of skills, from working in a house installing sockets and lights, through to maintaining motors and machines in an engineering environment.