10 training courses found
This course has been designed to be innovative in its approach to teaching and learning, through its content and assessment strategy. This qualification will provide trainees with the specialised skills and knowledge and a nationally recognised qualification that will give them a route to employment in a large and diverse sector.
This course offers coherent, vocational and professional counselling training, highlighting the development of skilled practice via experiential learning. Students gain specific training to help them become counsellors within an agency, with the opportunity to learn a range of counselling theories and approaches.
This qualification provides an introduction to teaching as a step towards licensed practitioner status.
This course provides health and safety knowledge which is transferable across industry, commerce and the public sector; each unit can also be taken individually but all units must be taken within a 5-year period to qualify for the overall award.
This course will give a broad understanding of day to day financial management for supervisors and middle managers. The course covers the basics of financial management, budgeting and financial planning.
This is an advanced qualification that has been specifically designed for existing or aspiring salon managers.
This course gives students the opportunity to further develop existing knowledge after studying the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) foundation level qualification; alternatively, students who have studied the Intermediate certificate in Human Resources (HR) Development, can study additional credits to receive the Intermediate diploma in HR Development; this course provides the underpinning knowledge towards Associate (Assoc CIPD) professional membership and is made up of 44 credits.
This course 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.
This course gives students the opportunity to further develop professional Human Resource (HR) knowledge after studying a Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) foundation level qualification; the course provides the underpinning knowledge to work towards Associate (Assoc CIPD) professional membership and is ideal for those who: seek to develop a career in HR management or development; are working in the field of HR management and development and need to extend their knowledge and skills; have responsibility for implementing HR polices and strategies; need to understand the role of HR in the wider organisational and environmental context; the course equates to 32 credits in total.
The course introduces students to higher level accounting tasks, such as drafting financial statements, managing budgets and evaluating financial performance; students specialise in areas from tax to auditing and credit control.