8 training courses found
This qualification focuses on managers i.e.
The Experienced Practitioner Assessed (EPA) programme is designed for people with a sound background in a construction discipline, who may not have gained the exempting academic qualifications for full CIOB membership; the EPA programme involves candidates being able to apply their acquired experiential knowledge for assessment in managing people, processes and the technology of construction; it is one of a number of routes for obtaining full membership of the Chartered Institute of Building.
This course is for candidates who work as managers, deputy managers and advanced practitioners in health and social care and children and young people's services in the health and social care sector; pathways include: Adult's management; children and young people's management; adults advanced practice; children and young people's advanced practice; adult's residential management and children and young people's residential management.
This builds and broadens on the areas covered in the Award (although students need not have gained the award before commencing the certificate); managing improvement is explored, both in terms of organisational and personal improvement; the module developing the reflective manager concentrates on the analysis of personal strengths and weakness and how to work through problems using creative techniques; the crucial skill of making a financial case is also explored; students must complete the compulsory units plus further units to the complete value of 30 credits.
A concise qualification aimed at developing basic middle management skills and knowledge; students examine organisational structure and function, the roles and responsibilities of middle managers and the effect of communication and interpersonal skills on managerial performance; students must complete units to a minimum value of 10 credits including the compulsory unit worth 4 credits.
This is a competence unit for practitioners who lead the internal quality assurance process and have a responsibility for managing the quality of the assurance process and practice and the performance of assessors; they may also develop systems and lead on visits from outside agencies such as awarding organisations; this certificate comprises of the 6 credit knowledge unit and two competence units, one 6 credit and one 5 credit making a total of 17 credits for which the full award certificate is received.
This is a knowledge only unit for those who need to know about internal quality assurance but who are not carrying out quality assurance themselves; these may be experienced assessors or centre managers for example; this unit is certificated and valued at 6 credits and studies can be continued to achieve a higher qualification.
This is a competence unit for practitioners who conduct internal quality assurance of the assessment process from within a centre or organisation, by sample planning, monitoring and advising on the practice of assessors; taken with the knowledge unit this 6 credit unit will give you the full 12 credits required to be certificated for this award.