Other Training

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Short Courses

 

Whether you are in work or not, our accredited short courses may just be the stepping stone you need, into employment, an apprenticeship or a better job.

Unaccredited Courses

 

To simply brush up your knowledge in a particular area, we have unaccredited yet extremely informative courses tailored to the health and social care market.

This qualification provides evidence of competence of being in a supporting role in an office environment. Optional units provide opportunity to show understanding and skills in a variety of areas, including basic finance, IT and contributing to events. Learners can progress to the Level 2 Diploma, or to a Level 3 qualification.

Customer service may be the basis for someone’s job role, or just one of many responsibilities. Either way, customer-facing activity is fundamental to business performance. Whatever the sector, these up-to-date, flexible Apprenticeships answer the needs for raising standards in customer service and providing more people with the right skills. The Customer Service Apprenticeships are suitable for job roles ranging from customer service assistants through to customer relationship managers.

Available in levels 2 and 3.

This qualification forms part of a suite of Health and Social Care Diplomas which assess a learner’s competence within a work situation. The qualification contains a wide range of optional units which will allow opportunity for competence to be demonstrated in a wide range of contexts. The achievement of this qualification will meet the requirements of the workforce for this sector. Available in levels 2 and 3.

The EDI Qualification in Employability Skills aims to provide learners with the knowledge, understanding and skills necessary to enter employment. The syllabus covers business and customer awareness, working as part of a group and preparation for work and depending on which level, additional optional units. These include, completing an application, preparing for interview and producing a CV. Award and Certificate available.

The aim of the qualification is to develop learners’ skills and confidence to assist them to prepare for, gain and continue in employment. This qualification sits within Foundation learning and is suitable for learners pre and post 16 who are engaged in a personalised learning programme appropriate to the level of this course. Award and Certificate available.

This qualification is open to all learners who have an interest in learning how to organise an event as well as those who are preparing to work, or who are already working in any job role which may involve organising an event. It aims to provide the learner with a good understanding of the nature of the event industry, as well as the practical skills and knowledge required to plan a small scale event.
The aims of this qualification are to enable learners to develop:

  • An understanding of the different types of events
  • Skills required to plan a successful event
  • An understanding of all aspects of organising an event such as resource requirements, constraints and contingencies and health safety and security issues
  • An understanding of why and how events are evaluated and what tools can be used to evaluate
  • Events
  • Transferable vocational skills such as planning, organisational skills and team working

Functional Skills are the fundamental applied skills in English, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Mathematics that help people gain the most from life, learning and work. Available at Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3, Level 1, Level 2, they can be taken as free-standing qualifications or as a component of Apprenticeships.

English
The Functional Skills qualifications in English comprise three components:
Speaking, Listening and Communication
Reading
Writing

Maths
Each Mathematics assessment is made up of three tasks covering number, geometry and statistics. The assessments require learners to apply their process and problem solving skills

ICT
Each ICT assessment covers the following skill standards:
Using ICT
Finding and selecting information
Developing, presenting and communicating information

The assessments require learners to apply their process and problem solving skills.

Our Care Worker Training course is a package that has been designed for people who are interested in starting a career in domiciliary or residential care or those who are already doing care work but require some structured training and certification in their career. This course is made up of a 3-day classroom led training inclusive of lectures, videos, demonstrations, discussions and case studies. This is then followed by a 3-day practical assignment in a live care setting.

Half day course taught by practitioners in the health and social care field

Half day course taught by practitioners in the health and social care field

Half day course taught by practitioners in the health and social care field

Half day course taught by practitioners in the health and social care field

Half day course taught by practitioners in the health and social care field

Full day course which touches on protection of vulnerable adults and vulnerable children.

Half day course taught by practitioners in the health and social care field

Half day course taught by practitioners in the health and social care field

Half day course taught by practitioners in the health and social care field