This qualification will allow you to participate in longer and more varied conversations than at Level 1. The course will develop communication in BSL about real life, routine and daily experiences. You will be able to deal with most routine conversations and will have enough understanding of grammar to cope with some non-routine communication too. Enrolment on the BSL Level 2 – Introduction is mandatory.
A Level 2 accredited programme if you are choosing a career path in sound and music technology. You will develop your understanding of sound equipment, music technology, and its uses across a range of audio products and the industry. Aspects of the programme will include mixing and recording, equalisation, sound production software and equipment, amongst many others. Learning will take place in a well-equipped classroom with iMac computers and other film/sound production software and equipment.
An accredited Level 2 Certificate course to develop your skills of good workmanship and design in floristry and progress to the next level or career in professional floristry. The three units covered in the course are assessed by practical and written assignments and you will produce a portfolio of work to be assessed. Arrangements can be made for your flowers and materials to be provided at a charge, otherwise, learners will need to source all their own tools and materials.
Full Level 2 Certificate which is all about making you a confident user of today’s most popular IT software packages. Designed in consultation with employers and the skills they look for, it will give you the knowledge to help you work more efficiently and apply IT effectively in your job. Units include: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. This course requires you to attend a pre-course interview with the teacher.
An accredited Level 2 Certificate course providing you with a route into employment in professional horticulture. The course gives you the knowledge of principles underpinning horticultural practices and supports career development if you are already working in the profession. Although the course is theoretical, there will also be opportunities to develop practical horticultural skills. The course fee includes exam fee to the Royal Horticulture Society and a visit to an RHS centre.
This course is for anyone wishing to understand what counselling is about. It will introduce you to some counselling theories, enable you to practise and develop listening skills and give you an understanding of the different training routes into counselling work. You will build a portfolio of evidence. Enrolment on the Introduction is mandatory.
This accredited course will provide you with the underpinning knowledge to develop basic skills in sugar, decorative crafts. Learn through demonstration
and set tasks to produce samples of work and build a professional portfolio which will be produced as evidence. You will cover four units – Design Ideas,
Sampling Techniques, Royal Icing and Using Sugarpaste. You will be required to supply your own materials and resources for this course unless you are
eligible for the concession.
This full Level 2 course is the industry standard for those new to working in a school setting as a Teaching Assistant. The course will build your confidence and awareness around your roles, and associated responsibilities, and will equip you with a toolkit of skills, knowledge and experiences to enable you to perform your duties professionally. You must be working in Primary or Secondary education (not Early Years) for a minimum of six hours per week (this can be on a paid or voluntary basis). Applicants should have access to basic IT packages such as Word and PowerPoint to complete the coursework. You will be invited to a pre-course interview to determine your suitability for the course. Successful applicants will need to attend an induction session on Tuesday 26th September 2017.
This Level 2 qualification will support you to develop a knowledge and understanding of the ways in which young people may be vulnerable to harm, abuse or exploitation in the learning environment. It will help you to understand the personal responsibilities required to keep children and young people safe, the role and responsibilities of different agencies, the legal context of safeguarding, and the national guidelines for recognising and reporting situations where children and young people may be at risk. This qualification is not suitable for those working in an Early Years setting but is essential professional development for educational professionals in schools and colleges. Please be aware that this course may contain themes that some participants may find upsetting, due to the sensitive nature of the course.