9 training courses found
This programme is intended for full and part-time teachers and trainers in the lifelong learning sector. This qualification is a requirement for gaining the Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status.
This qualification is suitable for those working directly with clients in organisations providing advice and guidance services. These services may include careers guidance, youth work and youth justice, schools, colleges, training providers, universities, prison services, trade unions, charitable and voluntary services, housing, IAG partnerships and human resource departments as well as health and social care environments.
Students on this course develop the skills learned at intermediate level, and cover financial team leading, financial statements for limited companies, complex management skills and specialist learning areas. Upon completion, students become an AAT affiliate member and with relevant work experience will qualify for AAT full membership.
This course is for learners who work in, or who want to work in business administration in roles such as office manager business development manager, executive assistant project manager.
The course provides a firm platform to further develop current HR or other specialist knowledge. It will help develop effective analytical and problem-solving skills and gain the knowledge required to be an effective HR manager.
This course is 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 assessment. Study involves evaluating the internal assessment process; monitoring and reviewing internal assessment audit systems; carrying out related internal verification and moderation activities.
The qualification covers how to plan, prepare and carry out effective negotiations and understand how you may be able to assess their effectiveness; differentiate and apply a range of contractual terms and tenders with a strong understanding of how they affect both direct and indirect expenditure; apply a range of benchmarking and monitoring techniques at organisational, functional and individual levels and understand how targets for improvement at all levels may be created; use a range of techniques for managing relationships and understand how to exploit opportunities to maximise the effectiveness of the supply chain; develop and employ best practice principles in a diverse range of sectors.
This course aims to give students the opportunity to build both their managerial and care skills, allowing them to help more people. It also fulfils the regulatory requirement for those looking to become managers of adult residential and domiciliary services.
This qualification covers how to manage the expectations of stakeholders and exploit techniques to involve or influence others and achieve targets effectively; demonstrate a good knowledge and understanding of risk and risk management; proactively mitigate and manage risk; evaluate the effectiveness of and improve the performance of the supply chain.