The AAT Access Award in Bookkeeping offers students at Level 1 the opportunity to develop practical bookkeeping skills. This qualification may help students to move on to further study in either accountancy or bookkeeping with AAT, offer a route into employment or be of interest to those already in employment
The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) course will start in September 2018 and will run until July 2019. 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 Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) course is an excellent course if you're working within or looking to enter the finance sector. Most employers are asking potential or existing employees to gain this qualification, as you will become part of the AAT professional body.
The AAT Level 3 course will start January 2018 and will run until July 2018.
This course is for anyone who is interested in progressing to University to study for a degree in a Health-related profession such as Midwifery, Child Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Operating Department Assistant, etc
The course can be studying over one year (2 days per week in college – Wed/Thur) or over 2 years (one day per week in college – Thur only).
Access courses are for students aged 19+.
For more information about this course contact: Kevin Gill (Course Leader) 01302 558380 firstname.lastname@example.org or Ann Thompson (Course Administrator) 01302 553716 email@example.com
Access to Higher Education courses are for students wishing to progress to University but do not have A level qualifications. Our Level 2 Access to HE course is for students who need to develop their academic skills before moving on to Level 3. Level 3 Access courses are academically demanding as they are equivalent to A levels.
You will work towards the 'Progression to Further Study in Health Science Professions Level 2 Diploma'. The Diploma is a suitable progression route onto all of our Level 3 Access to HE programmes.
Level 3 Access courses allow mature students to progress to University courses. The Science and Health-related Professions route is suitable for anyone wishing to progress to degrees in subjects such as Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Biomedical Science, Genetics, Biochemistry, Dental Hygiene & Therapy, Radiography, Radiotherapy & Oncology or other biology or chemistry-based degrees.
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This qualification provides evidence of competence of being in a supporting role in an office environment.
Whether you wish to draw, paint, print, stitch or craft with clay, our 5 week short courses will provide the perfect opportunity for you to explore your artistic skills.
The qualification is for people working in or looking to work in assessment. The qualifications are open to people carrying out assessments in most learning environments, including FE, Adult Continuing Learning, Employers and the Voluntary Sector.
Looking to take steps into teaching or training?
Doncaster College is delighted to offer you the Award in Education and Training (AET) Online provision.
The Level 3 Award in Education and Training is suitable for beginners with no work experience or access to regular teaching hours. It is ideal for those who are already working, or plan to work as teachers and trainers in different sectors.
The programme is designed to equip students with a range of transferable skills alongside a wide and detailed understanding of issues pertinent to the world in which they live and work. The knowledge base of social science provides understandings suitable for any work environment, but the knowledge and skills developed on this programme are especially pertinent to those wishing to engage in working with individuals within communities. Students are taught to think critically about a range of topics, and have an enhanced awareness of issues such as equality and diversity, policies and politics, which prepares them for successful community engagement and professional training in related areas such as social work and education.
The knowledge base and academic framework for this programme is made up of three discipline pathways; Psychology, Sociology and Social Policy and two applied pathways; Research and Employability.
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 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.
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.
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.
This programme is well placed to manage the expectations and serve the demands made by the current Children and Families Act 2014 and the SEND Code of Practice.
With more and more emphasis on our appearance, Men’s Barbering is becoming one of the fastest growing sectors of the Hairdressing industry. If you enjoy working with people and have an eye for style you may want to consider this part time course.
This course is intended for learners 19+ who are looking for a new career or to increase their current skill set but are unable to commit to a full time course.
You will gain an understanding of the construction industry and have an opportunity to apply learning in a practical and realistic way. You will follow a programme of study that enables progression to further courses and employment within the construction industry.