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Our Courses

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Our courses focus on giving you the training, knowledge and hands-on practical experience that will be of huge benefit for starting work. Employers appreciate vocational qualifications, such as BTEC Diplomas. To apply for a course, please contact us and book and appointment.

ESOL stands for English to Speakers of Other Languages and is the field of teaching which goes on mainly in Further Education Colleges and Community Centres, and also within training centres where there are numbers of pupils needing assistance with their language skills to help them with their studies.

Courses are aimed at immigrants to Britain who need to learn the language so as to live easily and work or study productively in the UK.

The Security Industry Authority is the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry. An independent body reporting to the Home Secretary, under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001.

Mission is to regulate the private security industry effectively; to reduce criminality, raise standards and recognize quality service. 

The two main duties are: One is the compulsory licensing of individuals undertaking designated activities within the private security industry;

the other is to manage the voluntary Approved Contractor Scheme, which measures private security suppliers against independently assessed criteria.



It may be that you would like to work with babies or young children, at home as a childminder or nanny, in a children’s centre, in a nursery or reception class attached to a school or in other early years settings where children are cared for.

You might wish to work with children or young people in care or leaving care, with young offenders or perhaps as a mentor supporting learning and development.

If any of these roles appeal to you then these are the qualifications you need to consider taking.





A teacher training course will help to develop the range of skills teachers require (in addition to knowledge of the subject) such as planning and delivery.

Employers are likely to require a relevant qualification (or expect staff new to teaching to undertake a related course) to maintain the high quality and standards of teaching within their college or organisation.


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