Study Smart Online United Kingdom has 300 possibilities for you to consider in your personal growth and professional development. With our base located in Birmingham, we have made it our mission to provide education to all students from the highly populated cities to the far reaching rural areas of any country. We can provide education to everyone, no matter where you are.
Founded in 2008, the dream of Study Smart Online is to be able to make education accessible to every student no matter what their geographical boundaries were. Study Smart Online came to fruition with the dedication of our team of passionate staff who set about providing the best courses and creating long standing partnerships with other providers who were like minded.
With the development of ELearning, we were able to provide courses that educate students for both personal and professional reasons. Studying can be both rewarding and motivational, driving most students to take the initiative to develop a career or continue their thirst for knowledge.
We see an opportunity as something that students can experience through undertaking education. It creates the opportunity for personal attributes such as building a strong work ethic and self-discipline which are admired traits both personally as well as professionally.
Our plan for the future is to continue providing the best possible service to our students with a constant focus on the learning experience and what we can do to take education to the next level.
We hope to make education accessible to more students with Study Smart Online taking the ELearning experience worldwide and reducing the limitations that other countries may face in the provision of distance education.
191 training courses found
Lesson Structure: Scope and Nature of Carpentry Carpentry Tools, Equipment, Materials and Safety Cutting and Joining Timber Small Carpentry Projects Outside Construction Constructing Small Buildings Understanding House Construction Handyman Repair Work Finishing Wood Planning and Setting Out a Project Aims - the learning objectives of the course: Describe the scope and nature of carpentry; differentiate between different timber products, and discuss the appropriate use of each. Describe all significant carpentry tools and identify appropriate uses for each.
Lesson Structure: Calligraphy for pleasure Complete guide to Foundational Hand I, II, III and IV Enhancing calligraphy with stunning layouts Writing calligraphy in Gothic Hand I, II and III Discover the versatility of Uncial Hand I and II Creating a flourishing finish with borders and decorations Embellishing letters and the art of illumination Eye-catching invitations, posters and greeting cards Further reading, resources and handy calligraphy information Aims - the learning objectives of the course: Learn the essentials on pens, paper, nibs, ink, letter structure and preparations for writing. Build confidence in writing minuscules, numerals, skeletal capitals, borders and majuscules.
Lessons Design Colour Basic Drawing Style & Furniture Perspective Soft Furnishings Presentation Materials & Fittings Kitchen & Bathroom Design If your dream is to run your own business and be your own boss, we give you some ideas to consider before taking that next step, including research suggestions to broaden your knowledge of the design industry in your local area. Few accomplishments are more satisfying than building your own business and many opportunities can be found in both small towns and large cities.
Lesson Structure: Scope and Nature of Graphic Design Design Fundamentals; line, tone, colour, etc. Colour Theory and Applications Typography Illustration; methods & techniques Logotype Design Layout Design Design Systems and the Design Industry; design briefs, how to bid for jobs, etc.
Aims Distinguish between medicinal herbs in cultivation including twenty-five different genera and fifty different varieties. Discuss the history of medicinal herb usage.
Lesson Structure: Introduction Nature of Careers Careers Advice Resources Services Developing Counselling Skills Conducting a Counselling Session Counselling Students and School Leavers Counselling Adults (inexperienced or facing career change) Job Prospecting Nurturing and growing a career once it has started Aims - the learning objectives of the course: Identify people and organisations that offer career advice or support, and the services they offer. Distinguish successful from unsuccessful careers, and prepare for anticipated changes in the workplace.
Lesson Structure: Introduction to Arboriculture Tree Biology Soils In Relation to Trees Diagnosing Tree Problems Tree Surgery Pruning of Trees Aboriculture Equipment Workplace Health and Safety Aims - the learning objectives of the course: Describe measures to provide healthy trees in different situations, including appropriate plant selection. Explain tree biology, including morphology, anatomy and physiology, as it relates to arboriculture.
Lesson Structure: Setting up your catering business. From assessing your skills, strengths and identifying business opportunities, to selecting the right name to suit your new venture, this section of the course gets you ready to plan your own business and gives you the knowledge and confidence you need to start you on your way.
Lesson Structure: Introduction: Terminology, Breeds Nutrition Diseases In Poultry Layers Broilers Incubation Brooding Record Keeping, Economics & Marketing Aims - the learning objectives of the course: Select appropriate poultry breeds for use in different production situations. Explain the techniques used in the management of feeding and pest and disease control.
Aims Explain the human body at a microscopic level, including the structure and function of cells, tissues and membranes. Explain features of the human skeletal system.
Lesson Structure: Introduction: Terminology and Breeds Selection and Breeding Nutrition of Sheep Diseases of Sheep General Management of a Commercial Flock Care of the Lamb Wool The Marketing of Sheep and Sheep Products Aims - the learning objectives of the course: Selecting the right breed of sheep for your business Select sheep to be used for different production purposes. Explain the techniques used in sheep commercial breeding.
Aims Become familiar with different statistical terms and the elementary representation of statistical data. Become familia with distributions, and the application of distributions in processing data.
Lesson Structure: Introduction to Herpetology Class Reptilia (Reptiles) Reptile Biology Class Amphibia (Amphibians) Amphibian Biology Ecology of Reptiles Ecology of Amphibians Conservation Issues Keeping Reptiles and Amphibians Aims - the learning objectives of the course: Discuss the nature and scope of reptiles. Identify credible resources, and begin to develop networking with organisations and individuals involved with the study of reptiles around the world.
Aims To explain the operation of different types of motors, including petrol and electric engines. To explain the principles of hydraulics in relation to agricultural and horticultural use.
Aims Understand the relationship between the scientific principles of this unit and horticultural practices Demonstrate a knowledge of the
There are 9 lessons as follows: 1. Dairy Breeds 2.
Lesson Structure: History of Garden Design and Garden Design Principles Soils and Plants Pre-Design Information and Drawing Landscaping Products, Walls, Fences and Gates Surfacing Garden Structures and Irrigation Garden Styles, Lighting and Water Features Earthworks, Marking Out and Job Costing Client-Designer Relationships and Major Design Project Starting Your Own Business Aims - the learning objectives of the course: Be able to describe the history of garden design and the principles used in garden design. Determine appropriate climate conditions, soil management for a successful garden.
Lesson Structure: Introduction to professional copy editing This includes a detailed look at proof-readers symbols and how to use them. We teach you how to read proofs and encourage you to practise.
Aims Describe as many of the different forms of removable storage used by computer systems, digital cameras, PDA’s, MP3 players and other computer peripherals Explain electronics as a basis for undertaking repairs to computers and peripherals. Discuss the audio systems primarily on IBM compatible Pc’s but is also relevant to other systems such as the Apple Mac.
There are 10 lessons in this course: 1. Introduction To Building Biology 2.