Wednesday, 15 November 2017 16:53

Writing Entry 2 (ESOL)

These courses are run over 2 semesters. Semester 1 (September to February) is a speaking and listening, and reading course. Semester 2 (February to June) is a writing course. You will learn to take part in simple conversations, ask and answer questions, give information and ask for information, and to follow conversations and instructions. You will also learn to read a variety of simple texts and forms for specific information and for meaning. Finally, you will learn to write formal and informal texts using simple sentences, and will learn to use correct punctuation, spelling, and basic and some more complex grammar.

Published in Learn English
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 16:53

Writing Entry 3 (ESOL)

These courses are run over 2 semesters. Semester 1 (September to February) is a speaking and listening, and reading course. Semester 2 (February to June) is a writing course. You will learn to take part in simple conversations, ask and answer questions, give information and ask for information, and to follow conversations and instructions. You will also learn to read a variety of simple texts and forms for specific information and for meaning. Finally, you will learn to write formal and informal texts using simple and sentences, and will learn to use correct punctuation, spelling, and basic and some more complex grammar.

Published in Learn English
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 16:53

Writing Level 1 (ESOL)

These courses are run over 2 semesters. Semester 1 (September to February) is a speaking and listening, and reading course. Semester 2 (February to June) is a writing course. You will learn to take part in simple conversations, ask and answer questions, give information and ask for information, and to follow conversations and instructions. You will also learn to read a variety of simple texts and forms for specific information and for meaning. Finally, you will learn to write formal and informal texts using simple and sentences, and will learn to use correct punctuation, spelling, and basic and more complex grammar.

Published in Learn English
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 16:53

Writing Level 2 (ESOL)

These courses are run over 2 semesters. Semester 1 (September to February) is a speaking and listening, and reading course. Semester 2 (February to June) is a writing course. You will learn to take part in conversations, ask and answer questions, give information and ask for information, and to follow conversations and instructions. You will also learn to read a variety of texts and forms for specific information and for meaning. Finally, you will learn to write formal and informal texts using correct punctuation, spelling, and basic and grammar.

Published in Learn English
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 16:53

Engineering Diploma BTEC 90 Credit Level 3

Improve your practical skills and be introduced to underpinning knowledge, industrial studies, machine tool systems, materials and other modules vital to mechanical/production engineering. Trainees and apprentices in their first year explore more advanced techniques and procedures.

This course builds on existing knowledge and further develops the practical skills, techniques and associated studies of trainee engineers and other personnel in mechanical/production engineering. The programme includes: communications, work study, production, planning and control, control systems, advanced machining, advanced technology, dies and moulds, press tools, jigs and fixtures and gauge manufacture.

Published in Precision Engineering

This Level 6 programme is aimed at those with a Foundation Degree in Working with Children and Young People, Early Years, Primary Education, Healthcare Play Specialism or in a related field. It will extend and develop further skills and learning to meet Government's policy of developing dynamic, high quality practitioners across the children and young people's workforce. The course will provide you with a supportive learning environment that will develop your academic and interpersonal skills, enhance self-awareness, encourage personal and career growth and establish a foundation for lifelong learning.

Title of the modules covered:

Safeguarding children

Provision of services

Working with young people

Research methods

Dissertation

Published in Teacher Training
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 11:02

Construction First Diploma

This Diploma is equivalent to a Level 2 qualification and provides opportunities for learners to gain a nationally recognised vocationally specific qualification to enter employment in the Construction sector or to Higher Education. The course will have both theory and practical units, however it is designed for learners wanting to progress on to level 3 and above so is very theory based.

Published in Construction
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 11:02

Bricklaying Diploma Level 1

This one year foundation course will give you good grounding in trowel skills. Learners can progress onto the Diploma 2 on completion subject to certain criteria being met. The course has practical assessment, phase test and on-line exam at the end. At present the Diploma requires the completion of practical and theory tasks, unit end tests followed by on-line exam and practical phase test. This one year foundation course will give you good grounding in trowel skills.

Published in Construction
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 11:02

Bricklaying Diploma Level 2 Fast-track

If you are looking to change career or improve your prospects, our 12 week fast-track course in bricklaying will teach you the skills to become a bricklayer, giving you a good grounding in trowel skills.

Most of the people who enrol on this course have no prior experience - we'll teach you everything you need to know to become a bricklayer and help you to achieve industry-recognised qualifications, preparing you for your new career. All our lecturers are qualified professionals with real industry experience. You will learn in our modern workshops and realistic work environments, which feature the latest industry equipment and resources. The course requires the completion of practical and theory tasks, unit end tests followed by an on-line exam and a practical phase test.

You can progress on to the Diploma Level 3 course on completion, subject to certain criteria being met.

Published in Construction

This challenging and exciting level 3 course is designed to expertly train students with skills for the Film and Television industries and also covers areas such as Radio Drama. Working to professional briefs, you will be immersed in every aspect of production, from scriptwriting to filming and editing and sound recording. Our courses are uniquely structured to remain relevant and taught by experts with direct industry experience, using cutting edge software suites.

What you will learn:

Core units for this course include:

  • Single Camera Drama
  • Research Projects
  • Film and Video Editing Techniques
  • Sound Recording and Editing
  • Digital Photography
  • Scriptwriting

We root these core units in a wide range of creative industries and platforms, to give our students a dynamic outlook on media. These include:

  • Scriptwriting for film and radio
  • Understanding the Film and TV Industries
  • Tailoring media for different audiences
  • Using our in-house green screen, sound booths and sound studios
  • Producing music videos, sound effects, Animation and single camera drama productions

What you will gain:

You will be awarded with a level 3 BTEC qualification in Media Production, accrediting you with professional expertise in your chosen field and the equivalent UCAS points of 3 A Levels. A full diploma is a recognised and valued qualification throughout the industry, giving you excellent career prospects and the ability to move to University level education.

Published in Media
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