The Level 2 Emergency First Aid At Work course is nationally recognised and meets the requirements outlined by the HSE. The course teaches real lifesaving skills that can be used in and out of the workplace.
By its conclusion candidates will leave with the confidence to help in the event of a sudden illness or accident whilst at work.
The Level 3 First Aid at Work Course is taught over two days plus an online study module. Candidates receive a nationally accredited certificate which is valid for a three year period.
This is the same qualification as the Redcross and St Johns, preparing first aiders for both emergency and non-emergency situations.
The Level 3 First Aid at Work Refresher course is taught over two days. Candidates receive a nationally recognised certificate which is valid for three years.
Holding a current level 3 certificate is a pre entry requirement. Therefore an emphasis is placed on refreshing current skills and getting updated on any changes to the guidelines.
The qualification covers the practical skills that are required to save the life of child or infant during an emergency. This is suitable for Nannies, Au Pairs, babysitters and parents who mainly need to learn about the practical elements of first aid.
The course follows the syllabus of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and meets the requirements of Ofsted for the Voluntary register.
This course covers everything you need to know on helping a sick, injured or ill child, prior to the arrival of the emergency services. It combines one practical day with an online module which can be completed in your own time at home.
The Paediatric First Aid (12 hr) award meets the requirements of Ofsted and is therefore suitable for teachers to complete their registrations. It follows the latest guidelines from the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) to give people peace of mind when looking after young children.
This course is intended for individuals that need to carry out assessments in the classroom or work environment. It consists of two classroom days and a third day where your tutor will observe you in your current assessing role. Candidates are awarded a nationally accredited qualification by its conclusion.
The Level 3 Award in Education and Training is designed to give people the knowledge and confidence to teach in the post 16 education sector. This could be as a trainer in the private training industry or as a teacher/lecturer in further education.
This qualification replaces the old PTLLS course. Certifying people to teach at a nationally accredited standard.
This online course is designed to guide you through the Level 3 Award in Education and Training qualification in a straightforward and supportive format. It uses a step by step approach using video clips, written explanations and learner activities.
The Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training replaces the old CTLLS course. This qualification is for those currently in a teaching role that are looking to further improve their teaching skills and progress along the pathway to full teacher status in the post 16 sector.
This is a reflective practice qualification where learners are encouraged to evaluate their current teaching skills and use feedback from tutors and learners to further develop their own teaching style.
The Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training course replaces the old DTLLS course. The qualification is for those that are looking to gain full teacher status in the post 16 sector.
It is a reflective practice course where learners investigate the skills and attributes required in teaching and evaluate their own teaching styles.
This qualification is intended for people to assess occupational competence in their work environment. It teaches learners how to successfully plan and carry out assessments in their own workplace.
The course involves two initial classroom days, followed up by a third day in which your tutor visits you in your workplace to observe you carry out an assessment.
This course is designed for individuals that need to carry out vocational assessments in the classroom. It teaches you the skills to plan and carry out vocational assessments on learners in the classroom.
It consists of two classroom days and a third day where your tutor will visit you to observe you in your current assessing role.
The Level 4 IQA course is designed for those responsible for monitoring the quality of other assessors' delivery and decision making. This could be in a school/college or a private training organisation.
Upon completion of the course you will be fully qualified to monitor the activities and decisions of assessors, improving standards and quality control within an organisation.