9 training courses found
This course is focused on the 3-7 year age phase covering the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 curricula. The course has been designed so that student-teachers' knowledge and understanding develops to meet the standards set out in the Department for Education (DfE) document: Qualifying to Teach and thus are eligible to gain the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
The programme is aimed at those who want to teach children in the 5–11 age range, that is, at Key Stages 1 and 2. In order to be awarded Qualified Teacher Status trainees must meet the Teachers' Standards set by the Government and so the programme is designed to enable trainees to achieve this by offering a balance of school and University-based periods during the year.
This one year Environmental Diploma, is ideal for students wishing to reinforce or further a career in the exciting and rapidly developing area of Environmental Management. The programme will enable you to demonstrate a high level of technical knowledge and understanding in the field.
A flexible framework of study enables the student to enter at level 6 and follow a study pathway appropriate to their area of work; students select the most appropriate options depending on their previous qualifications and experience; for example, to be awarded the diploma in neonatal practice or tissue viability, students need 60 credits from appropriate pathway-specific modules; pathways include: child; mental health; midwifery; neonatal practice; oncology and palliative care; tissue viability.
The course comprises of modules on the development of the British fisheries, the Royal Navy, and Britain's sea transport industries (shipping, shipbuilding, ports and trade); in the 1st year of the programme, attention is afforded to the 1550-1850 period, an era during which Britain's maritime activities expanded in every respect; the focus in the 2nd year is on the development of Britain's fishing, naval and sea transport interests since the mid-19th century.
This programme is an 18-months course leading to entry to the external examinations of the National Examinations Board in Occupational Safety and Health. The course consists of three units – Unit A: Managing Health and Safety, Unit B: Hazardous Agents in the Workplace, and Unit C: Workplace and Work Equipment.
This programme is designed to prepare you for a career as a practice teacher in accordance with the standards published by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). It is aimed at nurses who hold Specialist Practitioner Qualifications (SPQ) and Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (SCPHN) qualifications, which fulfil NMC requirements and have normally completed a mentor programme to extend their role to assess and sign off practice students.
This programme engages students with planning for digital content management and in thinking about how digital content systems will evolve into the future. Over the past 50 years we have failed to plan adequately for long term storage and presentation of digital data, this can cause serious issues, such as the deletion of content which may have significant value in the future and the loss of seminal pieces of work associated with organisations or people.
This programme prepares you for a career as an educator in professional practice. It has been developed in response to demand from our local NHS trust and private healthcare providers, and uses the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards for learning and assessment as its framework.