The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) course will start in September and will run until July. This is an excellent course provided by the college and most employers are asking potential or existing employees to gain this qualification, as they would now be part of a professional body
The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) course will start in September 2019 and will run until July 2020. This is an excellent course provided by the college and most employers are asking potential or existing employees to gain this qualification, as they would now be part of a professional body
The course covers Advanced bookkeeping skills, final accounts for sole traders and partnerships, cash management and more!
The AAT Level 4 programme is perfect to advance your career in the finance and accounting sector. On completion of the course you will be well prepared for roles including Finance Manager, Purchase or Sales ledger Clerk, or a Bookkeeper.
The Level 4 Diploma in Advanced Childcare Practice and Management is aimed at practitioners currently at level 3. The Advanced Practitioner provides a foundation for progression into management. This will also support learners wishing to move on to degree level studies, they will also benefit from its introduction to in-depth
research, assignment and report writing.
Our Business Management degree awarded by the University of Lincoln is designed for students interested in a career in business and management.
This course offers students an opportunity to take part in an innovative programme of study, enabling them to gain the knowledge and skills required to work as a highly ethical, integrative practitioner in the counselling professions, face to face, online and on the phone.
The BA in Counselling Solutions is designed to equip existing practitioners to work in diverse professional settings, including face to face, online and telephone clinical practice. The course provides specific theoretical approaches linked to offering solutions targeted to assess and meet clients’ needs in answer to problems such as anxiety and depression, which are encountered in a wide range of settings.
In line with the QAA benchmark statement, it will enable practitioners “to work alongside legal and ethical frameworks” and enable practitioners to consider ethical dilemmas and formulate responses and actions in an appropriate manner.
The focus of this exciting degree is the creative use of technology in music production, sound design, composition and performance. A unique aspect of the course is the opportunity to gain industry-recognised qualifications in Avid Pro Tools, with training delivered by our certified training instructor.
Why do people offend? How do we manage the problem of crime? Does the criminal justice system work? How can I contribute and work within this sector? Consider these questions and more on this vibrant, intellectually stimulating, consistently successful, student and employment-centred, BA in Criminal Justice at University Centre Doncaster.
The aim of this degree is to provide a suitable qualification for those wishing to work in a variety of early childhood settings and children’s services. It will develop highly skilled, flexible and creative early childhood practitioners that are able to meet the challenges presented by change and innovation in early childhood professional contexts.
The aim of this on line programme is to enable experienced practitioners who have already completed relevant level 5 study (HND/FdA or equivalent 240 credit points) in Early Years/Early Childhood Studies to progress to a BA (Hons) degree in Early Childhood Studies.
The programme provides a high quality learning experience that will continue to develop highly skilled, flexible and creative early years practitioners, trainers, leaders and managers.
For students in Northern Ireland. The programme provides a high quality learning experience that will continue to develop highly skilled, flexible and creative early years practitioners, trainers, leaders and managers. You will be taught by the 'Flying Faculty' from the Early Years Department who all have experience from the sector as practitioners in addition to being well established HE practitioners.
This top-up degree programme provides the opportunity for students to advance professional practice in the context of a flexible programme of study and use your Level 5 Teaching Qualification credits and experience towards gaining a full honours degree. The programme is aimed at a wide variety of professionals who work in the education sector, from those who have either recently qualified as teachers to those who are seeking to widen their knowledge and understanding for career development.
The programme aims to provide a coherent and integrated course of study that will teach core skills in analysing literature and language. It aims to develop knowledge of the conventions and techniques of the principal literary genres and the forms of different types of writing and verbal communication.
This programme provides a supportive and creative studio environment for the development of your arts practice. It promotes an experimental approach to traditional fine art and crafts, these include ceramics, printmaking and textiles, with the aim of enabling you to confidently apply these areas to your individual work. There are many opportunities for collaboration through exhibitions and live briefs.
Games Design and Animation is at the fore-front of entertainment, software and technology development. Games development is the fastest and biggest entertainment media. It is for this reason that games development has become one of the most exciting and creative areas for educational institutions to develop and study. The Games Design and Animation top-up degree is to further enhance the development of the students that wish to make their career in such a fun and diverse industry.
The BA (Hons) Graphic Design distance-learning programme allows you to study for a degree qualification at a pace that suits busy lifestyles. Course delivery is 100% online; however, students may also attend on-campus sessions if they wish, but this is not a mandatory requirement. Tutors and students interact using Google Docs, course forum, Skype and email.
Illustration and Concept Art is an exciting, innovative one year honours stage course, structured to enable you to realise a professional identity and portfolio for employment within the creative industries.
This sport-management education programme will provide a strong grounding across the main areas of business operations and management and explores key themes and emerging challenges facing sports businesses, with a specific focus on International Football Business Management.
Being a Community Arts Practitioner means having a rewarding, varied and, at times, challenging career! Practitioners use the arts as a tool to improve the quality of life of others which means that you could find yourself working with people from all walks of life! Community Arts Practitioners work towards affect social, cultural and environmental change and commonly work with the following groups of individuals:
- young people, especially those at risk
- young offenders
- homeless people
- people with disabilities and mental health conditions
- ethnic minorities
- the elderly
- drug and alcohol users or those recovering from addiction
This innovative course will give you the opportunity to become part of the rapidly expanding PE teaching, sports coaching, and sports development industry. With the increasing demand for knowledgeable and professional coaches in a wide range of sports environments, alongside the constant need for creative and forward-thinking PE teachers, this multi-disciplinary qualification provides theoretical, practical and vocational learning opportunities.
Psychology is one of the most popular degree subjects taken by students in the UK. It investigates the workings of the human mind and seeks to understand the nature and causes of individual and group behaviour in all aspects of life. It explores psychological explanations of the ways in which people respond to their environment and changes within it, and the ways in which environment shapes psychological aspects of individual identity, such as a sense of selfhood, attitudes and beliefs.
In the context of a social – psychological understanding of human behaviour, this programme explores the study of the human mind and human behaviour in the context of the immediate social world. It provides an opportunity for students to study complex debates about the human mind, human development, and human interaction in a way that is underpinned by the principles of Critical Psychology. The programme stresses the importance of understanding developments within the discipline by locating them in social and historical contexts, and developing a critical awareness of the impact of the social world on the development of psychological understanding, and the impact of psychological understanding on the development of the social world.