8 training courses found
This course will qualify you to teach in the Post–compulsory Education and Training sector. Successful PGCE applicants may be able to undertake their teaching practice at Wigan & Leigh Co.
During the course students will study management skills which will help them to understand and apply relevant business theories and concepts enhancing your own experience within the sector. There are three pathways available hairdressing, beauty therapy and make-up.
This course is aimed at people who have responsibility for Human Resource (HR) decision making within an organisation. People who are HR professionals and have responsibility for HR functional management and who are seeking to enhance and develop their career.
The course provides students with the key management skills to enable them to operate effectively as a middle manager; it allows students to develop a range of competencies from operational management principles and practices to the development of resource control and use; students achieving this qualification can apply for full membership of the Institute; students must complete all modules from Group A, at least 1 core module from Group B and 3 optional modules from Group C to a total of at least 62 credits in order to achieve the diploma.
This course is designed to develop the students' knowledge of roles and responsibilities of a manager by focusing on specific skill areas. Learners need to complete any combination of units to a minimum of 7 credits to achieve the qualification.
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.
The course is designed to develop individuals' roles and skills as senior managers, developing their personal management capabilities. Each module is worth 7 credits, learners need to complete any combination of units to a minimum of 14 credits to achieve the qualification.
This course gives students a bigger perspective of the organisational issues facing Human Resource (HR) professionals and enables students to develop effective analytical and problem solving issues; the course provides the underpinning knowledge towards Associate (Assoc CIPD) professional membership and equates to 32 credits.