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TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTORY

TWO SIDES OF THE SAME COIN AN EFFICIENT AND PROFITABLE BUSINESS

AN EXPERIENCED AND SKILLED WORKFORCE


TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTORY


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CONTENTS


Welcome

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Why choose Carnegie?

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In-company training and consultancy

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Index

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CONTENTS

Training directory BEAUTY AND COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES

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BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

28

CONSTRUCTION AND GAS

44

EARLY EDUCATION AND CHILDCARE

58

FOOD & DRINK

62

HEALTH & SAFETY, AND INDUSTRIAL SKILLS

66

HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

88

IT, COMPUTING AND DIGITAL MEDIA

94

LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT

110

MASTERCLASSES

118

PROJECT, PROGRAMME AND RISK MANAGEMENT

122

Booking terms and conditions

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Venues

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WELCOME


Our range of courses is designed to meet the growing challenges of training and development amongst businesses today. Employers are clearly stating to us the need for short, sharp training and development opportunities, focussed specifically on business priorities in today’s competitive environment. We hope that our new portfolio delivers you just that. The courses offered within this directory complement our already extensive portfolio of professional qualifications, awarded by cmi, CIPD, Institute of Sales and Marketing Management amongst others. For more information on these please contact Customer Services on 0844 248 0123 for:

Knowledge: An Employer’s Guide to Training and Development

Carnegie College Main Prospectus

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WELCOME

Welcome to the Carnegie College Training Directory. As one of Scotland’s leading providers of business training and development we are delighted to present our new portfolio of solutions for workforce development, up-skilling and Continuing Professional Development.


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WHY CHOOSE CARNEGIE?


Why choose Carnegie?

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Our training and development courses bring together options for a range of industry sectors, and offer distinctive programmes designed to improve staff skills and team performance. The courses included are our ‘Open Courses’ - which are flexible and can be studied at a time to suit your lifestyle. These courses promote mixed groups to network, share skills, knowledge and experience and enjoy all of the social aspects of learning. If you need something tailored to your business needs we can offer:

On-site options from most of the courses listed Competitive group rates A dedicated Account Manager to look after your needs Information on any grants or subsidies available Short course solutions to complement your longterm workforce development plans, or simply to solve a pressing business problem that is taking up your attention today.

The directory will be of interest to both companies and individual employees interested in improving their skills, enhancing their CV’s for future career opportunities, or addressing qualification gaps. What’s Inside?

Health and Safety Skills for the Care Sector Construction & Engineering Skills ICT, Web-skills Project, Programme and Risk Management and much more... www.carnegiecollege.ac.uk

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WHY CHOOSE CARNEGIE?

We have an enviable track record in partnering with industry to develop and deliver business-focussed training solutions that can make a real difference to business performance.


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Are you a Business Wishing to Enhance the Skills of Your Workforce? One of the most important assets of a business is its employees. Training is understood to be one of the major contributors to the key success factors of an individual or a business. Astute employers realise the benefits of investing in the training of their staff. In challenging economic times staff training is even more crucial to your business survival and success and is a sound investment you cannot afford to miss. What can Carnegie offer your business?

 lexible and tailored training solutions F Highly professional and experienced training delivery team Positive results in staff efficiency and retention Specialised business consultants with up-to-date and extensive industry experience A Training Needs Analysis (TNA) to help you identify skills gaps A leading edge consultancy service with a collaborative approach A training solution with real business impact

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Are you a Professional Wishing to Enhance Your Own Skills?

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Investing in yourself now means that you will: Be better placed to gain promotion or to find a great job Feel more in control of your circumstances and future Be able to work more effectively and able to manage stress better Making decisions like this now can benefit you greatly in achieving your long-term goals and ambitions. If you are in employment but wish to learn new skills to enhance your promotional prospects or are thinking of a change of career, short, focussed, professional development like those listed in this directory are ideal. What can Carnegie offer you personally?

A wide range of personal and professional development courses to choose from designed to enhance your learning and skills The chance to build on your CV with quality assured courses from accredited training providers Improved career progression opportunities A chance to be more confident and motivated in your workplace Bite-sized learning meaning no long term commitment to full time courses, a more affordable way to build up your qualifications Flexible methods of delivery including evening or weekend classes or by e-learning enabling you to stay in employment whilst studying.

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WHY CHOOSE CARNEGIE?

Think studying and training are luxuries you cannot afford? Think again, and consider the benefits of boosting your education and skills levels.


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Our accredited training courses provide a quality and wellrecognised record of your learning, as shown by our training providers:

Carnegie is ISO9001 accredited, ensuring your training is relevant, efficient and cost-effective.

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IN-COMPANY TRAINING AND CONSULTANCY

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In-company training and consultancy

IN-COMPANY TRAINING AND CONSULTANCY

With more than a decade of experience in providing specialist consultancy solutions in Scotland, the UK, and internationally, the team at Carnegie has the expertise and flexibility to provide your business with specific solutions to the problems you face. We don’t give you generic quick fixes that may not meet all your needs. Our consultancy services are designed to improve every layer of your business, and identify any skills gaps that may exist.

 e provide an innovative and leading edge training W and consultancy service through carefully designed delivery methods to meet your company needs.

 e take a tailored approach to fit with your company W style and provide innovative bespoke training solutions with up-to-the-minute relevance.

 hrough the use of computer-based technology T packages, we can also provide training to members of your staff who may work from home or who travel extensively.

 e will work collaboratively with your organisation W to bring to light any areas that need improvement through training and workforce development.

 ur consultants can help you build training into your O development plans, which will help your business work towards Investor in People accreditation, a sign that you take training and development seriously.

 e can help you create a more lean, focussed W organisation, ready to succeed both now and in the future by coaching, mentoring and embedding the tools and techniques of Business Improvement.

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We are particularly experienced at working with small and medium enterprises (SMEs) helping this vital part of the economy grow and succeed. We offer a highly flexible combination of: Classroom learning Interactive workshops Online learning Distance learning. In-company training is a highly flexible, efficient, cost and time effective way to maximise your return on training and development investment. Carnegie is proud of its professionalism and flexibility – working together we can create the best futures.

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IN-COMPANY TRAINING AND CONSULTANCY

Our highly experienced team have the expertise and flexibility required to create solutions for organisations of all sizes in a wide range of industries.


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DIRECTORY CATEGORIES AND INDEX BEAUTY AND COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES

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BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

28

CONSTRUCTION AND GAS

44

EARLY EDUCATION AND CHILDCARE

58

FOOD & DRINK

62

HEALTH & SAFETY, AND INDUSTRIAL SKILLS

66

HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

88

IT, COMPUTING AND DIGITAL MEDIA

94

LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT

110

MASTERCLASSES

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PROJECT, PROGRAMME AND RISK MANAGEMENT

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Eligible for ILA funding

COURSE TITLE

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Beauty and Complementary Therapies 25

Beauty Specialist ITEC Diploma

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Holistic Massage ITEC Diploma

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Indian Head Massage ITEC Diploma

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Reflexology ITEC Diploma

27

Stone Therapy Massage ITEC Diploma

27

Business and Management Assertiveness Skills

29

Developing Leaders of the Future

29

Developing the Strategic Manager

30

Effective Minute Taking

30

Emotional Intelligence

31

Exceeding the Needs of your Customer

31

Handling Conflict

32

Handling Meetings with Style

32

Investment in Excellence

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IRCA 2180 Internal Quality Auditor (ISO 9001:2008)

33

IRCA 2245 Lead Auditor (Quality Management Systems – ISO 9001:2008)

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Keeping it in Line – Project Management for the Contracting Industries. (Practical Issues)

34

Making Effective Presentations

35

Managing and Leading the Team

35

Managing Change

36

Managing Financial Recourses

36

Managing the Performance of Staff

37

Managing the Performance of the Project Team

37

Negotiation Skills

38

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INDEX

Aromatherapy ITEC Diploma


Eligible for ILA funding

COURSE TITLE

INDEX

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Protecting the Bottom Line: Contracting Procedures in a Credit Crunch

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Report Writing

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Sell your way out of a downturn – ISMM Awards

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SQMC Internal Environmental Auditor (ISO 14001:2004)

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STEPS to Excellence

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Stress Management

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Telephone & Reception Skills

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The ‘Ins’ and ‘Outs’ of Managing a Budget

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The Perfect PA

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Time Management

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Train the Trainer

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Construction and Gas Domestic Gas Training CCN1 Core Domestic Natural Gas Safety Re-assessment

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CEN1, HTR1, CKR1, WAT1 Domestic Appliances Re-Assessment

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CPA1 Domestic Combustion Performance Analysis

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Commercial Gas Training COCN1 Core Commercial Gas Safety

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CIGA1, CORT1, CDGA1 COMMERCIAL APPLIANCES

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Commercial Catering Gas Training CCCN1 Changeover from COCN1 to CCCN1 (including COMCAT 1-3)

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Industrial Gas Training CODNCO1 Changeover from Core Domestic to Core Commercial Natural Gas Safety

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ICPN1

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TPCP1 Testing & Purging to IGEUP1 2nd Edition

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LPG Gas Training 51

HTRLP2, HTRLP3, REFLP2 & WATLP2 LPG Caravan Appliances

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Specialist Construction Training Energy Efficiency for Domestic Heating

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Essential Electrics & Combination Boiler Training Route 1

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Essential Electrics & Combination Boiler Training Route 2

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Gas Safety and Management

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Introduction to Lead Welding

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Landlords & Gas Safety

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Solar Panel Installation

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Unvented Hot Water Storage Systems

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Water Byelaws

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Wood Machining Training

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Early Education and Childcare Baby and Children’s First Aid

a a

Child Protection Childhood Practice PDA

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Managing angry/challenging behaviour in a childcare setting

a

60

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REHIS Intermediate Food Hygiene

a a

Scottish Personal Licence Holders Off-Sales (C&G 7104-602)

a

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Scottish Personal Licence Holders On-Sales (C&G 7104-601)

a

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Food & Drink REHIS Elementary Food Hygiene

Staff Certificate – Working on Licenced Premises C&G

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CONGLP1 PD, RPH & LAV Changeover from Natural Gas to LPG Permanent Dwellings, Residential Park Homes & Leisure Accommodation Vehicles


Eligible for ILA funding

COURSE TITLE

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Health & Safety and Industrial Skills

INDEX

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17th Edition Full Certificate C&G 2382-10 17th Edition Upgrade C&G 2382-20 Accident Investigating & Reporting

a a a

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Asbestos Awareness and Management

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City & Guilds 2391 – Component 1 In Service Inspection & Testing of Electrical Equipment

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CNC Part Programming/CNC Machining

69

COSHH Control of Substances Hazardous to Health

a

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Counterbalance Fork Lift Test

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Counterbalance Fork Lift Training Refresher

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Display Screen Equipment Safety Firemarshall Skills/Hotwork First Aid at Work First Aid at Work Refresher Health & Safety Awareness for Managers & Supervisors

a a a a a

Health & Safety Consultancy Health & Safety for Employees (Office) Health & Safety for Employees (Workshop)

IOSH Working Safely

a a a a

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Moving Loads by Slinging National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)

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Ladder Inspection Manual Handling & Lifting (Objects)

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Health & Safety for Senior Managers & Directors IOSH Managing Safely

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79 79 80


COURSE TITLE

Eligible for ILA funding

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a

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Novice Counterbalance Forklift & Reach Truck Certificate Oil & Chemical Spillage

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a

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Portable Appliance Testing C&G Certificate

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Portable Appliance Testing C&G 2377

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Risk Assessment

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Safe Use of Hand and Power Tools

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Safety Harness Use and Inspection (Hyspec)

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Safety Passport

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The Use and Mounting of Abrasive Wheels

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Welder Assessment and Coding

85 85

Working At Height

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Working in Confined Spaces

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Health and Social Care Emergency First Aid (meeting SSSC requirements) Health & Safety Awareness (meeting SSSC requirements) Loss and Bereavement Mental Health First Aid

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Moving and Handling People (meeting SSSC requirements) Prevention and Basic Pressure Area Care Prevention of Infection Protecting People in a Care Setting

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a a a

Valuing People in a Care Setting

91 92 92 93

IT, Computing and Digital Media Animation with Adobe Flash

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Basic Computing Skills for Business

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Creative Imaging with Adobe Photoshop

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Crystal Reports

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Delivering Powerful Presentations Using MS Powerpoint

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PASMA Tower Scaffolding

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Eligible for ILA funding

COURSE TITLE

INDEX

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Effective Time Management Using MS Outlook

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Games Development with Adobe Flash

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Microsoft Access Advanced

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Microsoft Access Intermediate

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Microsoft Access Introductory

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Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician

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Microsoft Excel – Charts and Graphs

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Microsoft Excel Advanced

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Microsoft Excel Advanced 2007

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Microsoft Excel Intermediate

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Microsoft Excel Intermediate 2007

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Microsoft Excel Introductory

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Microsoft Excel Introductory 2007

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Microsoft Outlook

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Microsoft Powerpoint Advanced

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Microsoft Powerpoint Introductory

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Microsoft Project

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Microsoft Visio

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Microsoft Word Advanced

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Microsoft Word Advanced 2007

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Microsoft Word Intermediate

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Microsoft Word Intermediate 2007

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Microsoft Word Introductory

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Microsoft Word Introductory 2007

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Web Publishing with Adobe Dreamweaver, Photoshop & Flash

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Learning and Development e-Learning PDA Certificate e-Learning Production Diploma 0844 248 0123

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Facilitating Group Learning

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Learners and Online Assessment

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Learning Centre Support

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Mentoring in the Workplace

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PDA Advanced Diploma Teaching in FE: An Introduction PDA Advanced Diploma Teaching in FE

a a

114 115

Quality Enhancement for Education

115

Quality Improvement PDA

116

Teaching Children and Young People Advanced Diploma

116

Masterclasses Coaching

119

Creating a High Performance Team

119

Leadership

120

Project, Programme and Risk Management Interpersonal Skills for the Project Manager

123

Introduction to Project Management

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M_O_R Practitioner

124

MSP – Advanced Practitioner

124

MSP – Practitioner

125

Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems (OHSAS 18,001)

125

PRINCE2 Foundation

126

PRINCE2 Practitioner

127

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Learning Centre Operations PDA

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BEAUTY AND COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES


Course Title

Aromatherapy ITEC Diploma

Beauty Specialist ITEC Diploma

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

Aromatherapy uses volatile liquid plant materials, known essential oils and other aromatic compounds from plants for the purpose of affecting a person’s mood or health. The main aim of the Diploma is to enable candidates to provide treatments for the purposes of relaxation and stress release.

This ITEC Diploma for Beauty Specialists provides a thorough understanding and skills in facial treatments (with the omission of electricals) manicure/pedicure and waxing for a Beauty Specialist requiring a high level qualification in beauty. Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for employees working in complementary health and beauty therapy.

This course would be suitable for employees working in complementary health. Duration

Duration

36 Weeks/1 Evening per week

36 Weeks/1 Evening per week Location Location

Halbeath Campus

Halbeath Campus Start Date Start Date

25 Aug 2009

2 Sept 2009 Time Time

6.00pm-9.00pm

6.00pm-9.00pm Cost Cost

£499

£375

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Course Title


BEAUTY AND COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES

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Course Title

Course Title

Holistic Massage ITEC Diploma

Indian Head Massage ITEC Diploma

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This ITEC Diploma for Holistic Massage provides a thorough understanding and skills involved in holistic massage. This diploma comprises of:

Indian head massage is based on the ayurvedic system of healing which has been practiced in India for over a thousand years. The aim of Indian head massage is to release the stress that has accumulated in the tissues, muscles and joints of the head, face, neck and shoulders.

Anatomy and Physiology Holistic Massage Professional Conduct Business Awareness

Within the holistic massage unit you will be studying: the therapeutic effects of massage on the body, the massage techniques, the consultation process, client confidentiality, professional ethics, appropriate legislation applicable to massage treatments. Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for employees working in complementary health and beauty therapy. Duration 36 Weeks/2 Evening per week Location Halbeath Campus

This course would be suitable for employees working in complementary health and beauty therapy.

Start Date

Duration

Time

18 Weeks/2 Evenings per week Location Halbeath Campus Start Date 31 Aug 2009 Time 6.00pm-9.00pm Cost ÂŁ375

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Course Title

Course Title

Reflexology ITEC Diploma

Stone Therapy Massage ITEC Diploma

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course The main aim of the Diploma is to enable candidates to provide treatments for the purposes of relaxation and stress release. Stone therapy is one of the fastest growing treatments giving a truly holistic experience. As well as enabling physical stimulation of the circulation and metabolism, it provides deep mental relaxation within minutes.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for employees working in complementary health and beauty therapy.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for employees working in complementary health and beauty therapy.

Duration 36 Weeks/1 Evening per week

Duration 18 Weeks/1 Evening per week

Location Halbeath Campus

Location Halbeath Campus

Start Date 27 Aug 2009

Start Date 26 Aug 2009

Time 6.00pm-9.00pm

Time 6.00pm-9.00pm

Cost ÂŁ375

Cost ÂŁ227.50

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Within the Reflexology Diploma you will be studying: the history and pioneers of reflexology, the therapeutic effects on the body, reflex points and zone therapy, anatomy and physiology of the limbs, the application and techniques used in reflexology treatments, the effects of stress on the body systems and the ways in which reflexology can help.


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BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT


Course Title

Assertiveness Skills

Developing Leaders of the Future

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course aims to provide an insight into how to communicate effectively by identifying assertive behavior, its benefits and effects, and how to develop the skills needed to employ assertive behavior in the workplace to achieve superior results.

The management of people really means the ability to create successful working teams at all levels of the organisation. Apart from operational tasks such as work allocation, this also means the ability to motivate, to develop the skills of your team and to encourage their involvement. Good leadership is crucial to this area of management. This program aims to identify and develop leadership behaviors associated with middle and senior management.

Who Should Attend? This course would benefit all levels of staff within an organisation. Duration 1 Day Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 20 Nov 2009 22 Jan 2010 20 Apr 2010 Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ165 (ex VAT)

Who Should Attend? This program is suitable for anyone who is already in a middle/senior management position or who wishes to progress to those levels. Duration 2 Days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 08 Dec 2009 05 May 2010 Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ450 (ex VAT)

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Course Title


BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

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Course Title

Course Title

Developing the Strategic Manager

Effective Minute Taking

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

To identify and develop the knowledge and competencies associated with the strategic management of the business and to develop a strategic understanding of the internal and external environments within which your organisation works.

This course aims to increase your confidence and effectiveness at meetings with particular reference to minute taking.

Who Should Attend? The programme is targeted at middle and senior management and those who need to develop their competencies to contribute at a strategic level within the organisation. It is intended for the manager or director who has the authority and personal skills to develop and implement organisational strategy. Duration 2 Days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 01 Oct 2009 14 Jan 2010 06 May 2010 Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ450 (ex VAT)

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Who Should Attend? This course would benefit all staff who attend and participate in meetings. Duration 0.5 Day Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 10 18 29 18 06

Nov 2009 Jan 2010 Mar 2010 May 2010 Jul 2010

Cost ÂŁ95 (ex VAT)


Course Title

Course Title

Emotional Intelligence

Exceeding the Needs of your Customer

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course The aim of the course is to focus on the key issues of first impressions, representing the organisation, identifying internal service customers and practices and recognising how to improve service. You will gain a better understanding of how these directly affect customer service and will identify areas for improvement.

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

This course is suitable for anyone who is interested in increasing their self-awareness and unlocking their personal potential. This workshop can also be very effective for enabling team members to reach a fuller understanding of each other.

Ideal for customer service staff, PAs, reception staff, office administrators and telemarketers.

Duration 1 Day Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 30 Oct 2009 23 Feb 2010 9 Jul 2010 Time 9.30am-4.30pm

Duration 1 Day Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 02 Dec 2009 23 Apr 2010 28 Jun 2010 Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ165 (ex VAT)

Cost ÂŁ165 (ex VAT)

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This one-day professional development course will help you to develop your full potential by understanding the essence of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and its importance, undertaking analysis of your own emotional intelligence, identifying areas for development of your own EI and creating a strategy to address those areas.


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Course Title

Course Title

Handling Conflict

Handling Meetings with Style

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This one day personal and professional development course will enable you to handle conflict more effectively by understanding the nature of conflict and its sources, understanding a range of approaches in dealing with conflict, becoming aware of your own preferences for dealing with conflict and evaluating how appropriate different strategies are.

This course aims to make meetings more efficient by improving planning, internal communications, increasing staff morale and participation and the quality of decision-making.

Who Should Attend? This course would benefit all levels of staff within an organisation.

Who Should Attend? This course is suitable for Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders and Project Co-ordinators. Duration 1 Day Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Duration 1 Day

Start Date

Location

11 Feb 2010 08 Jun 2010

Carnegie Conference Centre

Time

Start Date

9.30am-4.30pm

29 Sept 2009 13 Jan 2010 17 May 2010

Cost ÂŁ165

Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ165 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Course Title

Investment in Excellence

IRCA 2180 Internal Quality Auditor (ISO 9001:2008)

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course This training provides industry with a useful model for business process improvement. ISO 9001 identifies the internal audit process as a vital tool in the maintenance and continual improvement of a customer-focused, process-based Quality Management System (QMS). Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend? The Investment in Excellence programme has been designed by The Pacific Institute specifically for managers and senior managers and is complementary to the STEPS programme. Duration 5 Days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 04 Nov 2009 07 Apr 2010 21 Jun 2010 Time

The course is intended for employees in any part of an organisation who are, or may be, affected by quality audits. Many organisations are now selecting up to 10% of their employees, from all sections, to be trained in these techniques to ensure company-wide competence in this vital activity. They are also using it as a general staff development activity to promote ‘Quality Awareness’. Duration 2 Days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date

9.30am-4.30pm

02 Sept 2009 02 Dec 2009

Cost

Time

£895 (ex VAT)

9.00am-5.00pm Cost £475

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The Investment in Excellence programme is a powerful development experience that enables individuals and organisations to achieve much more of their true potential by changing their perception of what is possible, and then providing the tools to cause a step change in what they actually accomplish.


Course Title

Course Title

IRCA 2245 Lead Auditor (Quality Management Systems - ISO 9001:2008)

Keeping it in line - Project Management for the Contracting Industries (Practical Issues)

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What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

This training provides industry with a useful model for business process improvement. ISO 9001 identifies the internal audit process as a vital tool in the maintenance and continual improvement of a customer-focused, process-based Quality Management System (QMS).

This workshop is designed for anyone undertaking a supervisory/ first line management role within the contracting industry. It is also suitable for someone who is planning to move into such a role.

Who Should Attend? The course is intended for personnel in any part of an organisation who are affected by quality audits. Practising and potential auditors of any quality management system, and external assessors of suppliers and contractors, will find the course particularly relevant, as will managers of companies being audited. Duration

Any individual working within contracting industries, NHS, utilities. Duration 2 Days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 18 Nov 2009 Time

5 Days

9.00am-4.30pm

Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 23 Nov 2009 Time 9.00am-5.00pm Cost ÂŁ975 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Making Effective Presentations

Managing and Leading the Team

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course aims to develop your confidence and personal presentation skills by providing you with opportunities to experiment with presentation techniques in a supportive environment.

The role of the modern manager demands that he or she has both the knowledge and skills to manage and supervise people and resources and frequently in today’s business climate they are responsible for driving through numerous change initiatives. This course gives first line managers the opportunity to gain insight and skills into the role of the supervisor.

Who Should Attend? This course is suitable for anyone who has to deliver presentations at any level. Duration

Who Should Attend?

1 Day

Aspiring or current supervisors/first line managers.

Location

Duration

Carnegie Conference Centre

2 Days

Start Date

Location

07 Oct 2009 28 Jan 2010 21 May 2010

Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date

9.00am-4.30pm

03 Dec 2009 14 Apr 2010 19 Jul 2010

Cost

Time

£165 (ex VAT)

9.00am-4.30pm

Time

Cost £450 (ex VAT)

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Course Title


BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

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Course Title

Course Title

Managing Change

Managing Financial Resources

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

Change is a permanent feature of an organisation’s life. To be able to survive in the face of increasing competition, quicker routes to the market and pressure to deliver better results, organisations cannot afford to remain static. The failure to successfully deliver effective change can be devastating for both the health of the organisation and employee morale and productivity. This programme is designed to ensure the key drivers for change and the particular change initiatives are addressed.

This two day, interactive workshop will draw on contemporary case study activities and candidate study packs and the sharing of best practice and real life examples will be encouraged. By the end of this workshop, delegates will be able to plan for the acquisition of resources, monitor and control the use of resources and assess the effective use of resources. Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

This course is ideal for both potential and recently appointed managers, team leaders, budget holders and project leaders.

Middle - senior managers responsible for driving the change programme.

Duration 2 Days

Duration

Location

2 Days

Carnegie Conference Centre

Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date

Start Date

02 Oct 2009 01 Mar 2010

17 Nov 2009 03 Feb 2010

Time 9.00am-4.30pm

Time

Cost

9.00am-4.30pm

£450 (ex VAT)

Cost £450 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Course Title

Managing the Performance of Staff

Managing the Performance of the Project Team

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course The aim of this two day workshop is to develop project managers’ skills in establishing and developing a project team by examining the selection of team members, allocation of work to individuals and teams effectively, establishing SMART objectives for individuals and teams, monitoring and assessing the performance of individuals and teams and explaining processes for dealing with poor performance.

Who should attend?

Who Should Attend?

This course is suitable for anyone who supervises staff.

This course is suitable for anyone who manages project teams.

Duration

Duration

1 day

2 Days

Location

Location

Carnegie Conference Centre

Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date

Start Date

11 Dec 2009 18 Mar 2010

30 Mar 2010 24 Jun 2010

Time

Time

9.00am-4.30pm

9.00am-4.30pm

Cost

Cost

£165 (ex VAT)

£450

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The aim of this one-day course is to enable delegates to manage staff performance effectively by understanding a variety of approaches to performance management, developing the knowledge and skills crucial to effective performance management, understanding the legislative backdrop to performance management and examining best practice in company policies and procedures for performance management.


Course Title

Course Title

Negotiation Skills

Protecting the Bottom Line: Contracting Procedures in a Credit Crunch

What delegates will gain from the course

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The aim of this course is to enable you to understand negotiation and influencing processes, carry out the necessary planning for an effective negotiation, recognise strategies for successful bargaining, develop an Influencing style, understand different personalities involved in negotiations and understand communication exchanges during negotiations. Who Should Attend? This course is suitable for anyone who is currently involved in negotiations or who anticipates that their role will in future require them to negotiate.

This workshop is one of two sessions designed for anyone undertaking a supervisory/first line management role within the contracting industry. It is also suitable for someone who is planning to move into such a role. Who Should Attend? Any individual working within contracting industries, NHS, utilities. Duration 2 Days Location

Duration

Carnegie Conference Centre

1 Day

Start Date

Location Carnegie Conference Centre

7 Oct 2009 Time

Start Date

9.00am-4.30pm

06 Nov 2009 11 Mar 2010 14 Jun 2010

Cost ÂŁ385

Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ165 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Course Title

Report Writing

Sell your way out of a downturn - ISMM Awards

What delegates will gain from the course

Who Should Attend? This course is suitable for anyone whose role involves writing business reports. Duration 1 Day Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 18 Sept 2009 17 Mar 2010 01 Jul 2010 Time 9.00am-4.30pm

What delegates will gain from the course Want to fast-track your sales and marketing career? This course aims to give potential sales people or practising sales executives the theory and practical applications to formally develop in their sales role. Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for any person already working within a sales environment wishing to progress their career in sales. Duration 5 Days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 3 Nov 2009 Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ750

Cost ÂŁ165 (ex VAT)

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The aim of this course is to enable you to be able to produce reports that communicate information effectively in a business context by understanding how to organise and edit material for a report, using a logical structure to write the report, understanding the audience and using an appropriate tone and writing in a clear and concise manner.


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Course Title

Course Title

SQMC Internal Environmental Auditor (ISO 14001:2004)

STEPS to Excellence

What delegates will gain from the course ISO 14001:2004 identifies the internal audit process as a tool in the maintenance and continual improvement of an environmental management system. Therefore, the aim of the Internal EMS Auditor training course is to provide staff who intend to perform internal audits with the skills needed to assess and report on the effective implementation and maintenance of an environmental management system. Who Should Attend? It is ideal for people involved in EMS auditing activities within their organisations: i.e. staff designated to be the Internal EMS Auditors, or those who will be affected by EMS audits. Also, managers who want to know what to expect from an internal audit.

What delegates will gain from the course Steps to Excellence for Personal Success (STEPS) is a developmental programme which has earned a reputation as a powerful tool for individual and organisational advancement. For individuals, it is an opportunity to take a fresh look at their lives. The programme helps them to see how much they are truly capable of achieving and offers the tools to make it happen. In organisations, STEPS increases participation and ownership of company objectives, provides a common language for articulating a vision of a better future and offers a proven approach to making the vision a reality. Who Should Attend?

2 Days

This course is suitable for any individuals within a company although it is also very appropriate for individuals who want to develop on a personal level.

Location

Duration

Carnegie Conference Centre

3 Days

Start Date

Location

9 Dec 2009

Carnegie Conference Centre

Time

Start Date

9.00am-5.00pm

05 Oct 2009 25 Jan 2010 01 Jun 2010

Duration

Cost ÂŁ475

Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ450 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Stress Management

Telephone & Reception Skills

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course aims to help you manage stress and minimise its impact on life and work. By recognising the symptoms early, practical steps may be taken to deal with and tackle stressful situations more effectively. At the end of the course you will be able to identify potential stressors, recognise the signs of stress, access tools for measuring stress levels, introduce strategies and techniques for coping with stress, develop an action plan for managing stress and move forward out of a stagnating and stressful situation.

The aim of the course is to assess current telephone and reception behaviour, develop existing skills and provide best practice models in relation to telephone and face-toface communication. It aims to build confidence and provide practical help in managing callers/visitors and dealing with difficult situations.

Who Should Attend?

Duration

This course would benefit all levels of staff within an organisation, in particular team leaders and HR staff.

1 Day

Duration 1 Day

Who Should Attend? This course is ideal for PAs, reception staff, customer service staff, office administrators, telesales/ telemarketing staff.

Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date

Carnegie Conference Centre

12 Nov 2009 12 Apr 2010 15 Jul 2010

Start Date

Time

03 Feb 2010 28 May 2010

9.30am-4.30pm

Location

Time 9.30am-4.30pm

Cost ÂŁ165 (ex VAT)

Cost ÂŁ165 (ex VAT)

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Course Title


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Course Title

Course Title

The ‘Ins’ and ‘Outs’ of Managing a Budget

The Perfect PA

What delegates will gain from the course Do budgets baffle you? Need to build your confidence in managing a budget but not sure of where to start? This managing budgets course suits anybody that has a need to understand the basic premise of budgeting. This workshop shows how getting to grips with budgets can be painless – really!

What delegates will gain from the course To increase your efficiency, performance and job satisfaction by developing the key skills you require and by developing a high performing team. By analysing the many skills required, this course aims to increase your confidence and effectiveness when faced with difficult people, challenging situations and tight deadlines in a dynamic business environment.

Who Should Attend? This course would benefit staff who have responsibility for budgets and control of finances.

Who Should Attend? This course is for PAs and executive secretaries who are new to the post or more established in their role.

Duration Duration

1 Day

2 Days Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date Start Date

28 Aug 2009 26 Nov 2009

31 Aug 2009 24 Nov 2009 28 Apr 2010

Time 9.00am-4.30pm

Time

Cost

9.30am-4.30pm

£180

Cost £295 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Time Management

Train the Trainer

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course aims to increase your effectiveness by analysing the underlying issues of good selfmanagement and discipline. By recognising what you can do to change, both now and in the future, and learning to plan your time to improve your efficiency, you can learn to reduce stress and gain more job satisfaction.

The aim of this programme is to enable you to deliver effective training by understanding the Training function in business, understanding the training cycle and the trainer’s role within it, carrying out activities based on the training cycle to develop the key skills and knowledge required in each stage. Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

1 Day

This course is suitable for any person who is about to begin to deliver training, or any person who is currently delivering training but has had no formal training in this area themselves.

Location

Duration

Carnegie Conference Centre

2 ½ Days

Start Date

Location

29 Oct 2009 17 Feb 2010 17 Jun 2010

Carnegie Conference Centre

This course would benefit all levels of staff within an organisation. Duration

Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost £165 (ex VAT)

Start Date 02 Oct 2009 05 Feb 2010 03 Jun 2010 Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost £450 (ex VAT)

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CONSTRUCTION AND GAS Gas engineers are required to be registered with Gas Safe and must hold ACS certificates for all the categories that they wish to work. Construction Skills certificate our ACS candidates and the cards have to be renewed every 5 years. Carnegie College provides training and assessment for domestic, LPG and Industrial and Commercial. Our specialist gas workshops provide indepth, realistic practical training in installation, commissioning, servicing and fault diagnostics.


DOMESTIC GAS TRAINING These qualifications are aimed at experienced gas engineers and allow them to work on specific domestic appliances e.g. central heating boilers, fire and wall heaters, domestic cookers and water heaters. Course Title

Course Title

CCN1 Core Domestic Natural Gas Safety Re-assessment

CEN1, HTR1, CKR1, WAT1 Domestic Appliances Re-Assessment

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2 Days

3.5 Days Location Location

Halbeath Campus

Halbeath Campus Date Date 7 Sept 2009 2 Nov 2009 11 Jan 2010 1 Mar 2010 19 Apr 2010

09 Sept 2009 04 Nov 2009 03 Mar 2010 Time 8.45am-4.30 pm

Time

Cost

8.45am-4.30 pm

£210

Cost £570

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Course Title CPA1 Domestic Combustion Performance Analysis

1 Day

CONSTRUCTION AND GAS

Duration 46

Location Halbeath Campus Date 4 Sept 2009 13 Nov 2009 14 Jan 2010 30 Apr 2010 17 Jun 2010 Time 8.45am-4.30 pm Cost ÂŁ160

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COMMERCIAL GAS TRAINING We offer the core Commercial Catering (CCCN1) or the changeover from COCN1 to CCCN1, plus COMCAT 1 & 3 will allow an engineer to work on many of the appliances found in a commercial kitchen. Course Title

Course Title

COCN1 Core Commercial Gas Safety

CIGA1, CORT1, CDGA1 COMMERCIAL APPLIANCES

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5 Days

Duration 2 Days

Location Halbeath Campus

Location Halbeath Campus

Date 24 Aug 2009 28 Sept 2009 16 Nov 2009 25 Jan 2010 15 Mar 2010 3 May 2010

Date

Time

Time

8.45am-4.30 pm

8.45am-4.30 pm

Cost

Cost

£790

£245

8 Sept 2009 30 Nov 2009 9 Feb 2010 29 Mar 2010 19 May 2010

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COMMERCIAL CATERING GAS TRAINING

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Course Title CCCN1 Changeover from COCN1 to CCCN1 (including COMCAT 1-3) Duration 3 Days Location Halbeath Campus Date 23 14 24 31

Sept 2009 Dec 2009 Feb 2010 May 2010

Time 8.45am-4.30 pm Cost £500

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INDUSTRIAL GAS TRAINING Carnegie College provides COCN1 Core Commercial Gas Safety. CODNCO1 Changeover from Core Domestic to Core Commerical Natural Gas. The appliance categories ICPN1, CIGA1, CORT1 and CDGA1. TPCP1/1A Soundness. Testing and Purging is also available. Course Title

CODNCO1 Changeover from Core Domestic to Core Commercial Natural Gas Safety

ICPN1

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Course Title

Duration Duration 3 Days Location Halbeath Campus Date 25 Aug 2009 29 Sept 2009 17 Nov 2009 26 Jan 2010 16 Mar 2010 4 May 2010

2 Days Location Halbeath Campus Date 9 Sept 2009 1 Dec 2009 10 Feb 2010 30 Mar 2010 20 May 2010 Time 8.45am-4.30 pm

Time

Cost

8.45am-4.30 pm

£245

Cost £500

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Course Title TPCP1 Testing & Purging to IGEUP1 2nd Edition

3 Days

CONSTRUCTION AND GAS

Duration 50

Location Halbeath Campus Date 14 10 17 19 25

Sept 2009 Dec 2009 Feb 2010 Apr 2010 May 2010

Time 8.45am-4.30 pm Cost ÂŁ490

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LPG GAS TRAINING Carnegie offers a changeover to LPG CONGLP1 PD/RPH/LAV plus caravan appliance categories if required.

Course Title

Course Title

CONGLP1 PD, RPH & LAV Changeover from Natural Gas to LPG Permanent Dwellings, Residential Park Homes & Leisure Accommodation Vehicles

HTRLP2, HTRLP3, REFLP2 & WATLP2 LPG Caravan Appliances

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4 Days Duration

Location

2 Days

Halbeath Campus

Location Halbeath Campus

Contact the College for more Information

Date 10 Nov 2009 21 Jan 2010 29 Apr 2010 Time 8.45am-4.30 pm Cost ÂŁ400

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Course Title

Course Title

Energy Efficiency for Domestic Heating

Essential Electrics & Combination Boiler Training Route 1

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course is designed for those who install central heating systems, and focuses on climate change, changes to building regulations and elements of high efficiency systems specification.

Enable an engineer to work safely with electrics, wire up external electrical controls of a heating system and conduct fault diagnostics on gas boilers.

Who should attend? Installers of heating systems

Who should attend?

Duration 1 Day

Gas installers who require electrical upskilling. Duration

Location Halbeath Campus

7 Days

Start date 25 Sept 2009 12 Mar 2010

Halbeath Campus

Location

Start date

9.00am-4.30 pm

28 Sept 2009 1 Mar 2010 10 May 2010

Cost

Time

ÂŁ170

9.00am-4.30 pm

Time

Cost ÂŁ680

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Course Title

Course Title

Essential Electrics & Combination Boiler Training Route 2

Gas Safety and Management

What delegates will gain from the course

Course outlines key responsibilities for those involved in managing gas safety and highlights common problems facing site management. Who should attend?

Gas installers who require electrical upskilling.

Project engineers, architects and designers as well as those who manage gas installers and contractors.

Duration

Duration

4 Days

2 Days

Location

Location

Halbeath Campus

Halbeath Campus

Start date

Start date

28 Sept 2009 1 Mar 2010 10 May 2010

19 Aug 2009 08 Mar 2010

Who should attend?

Time Time

9.00am-4.30 pm

9.00am-4.30 pm Cost Cost

ÂŁ260

ÂŁ400

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This course is designed for the engineer who has the basic fault finding skills but requires more in-depth knowledge of controls and combi-boiler fault diagnostics

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Course Title

Course Title

Introduction to Lead Welding

Landlords & Gas Safety

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This will develop the skills of a leadworker in the use of lead welding techniques, and to safely carry out simple welds using oxy-acetylene welding equipment

This is designed for landlords and local authorities employing contractors or direct labour. It covers the legal obligations of the landlord.

Who should attend?

Who should attend?

Plumbers and roofing contractors

Landlords, letting agents, local authorities and housing associations.

Duration Duration

2 Days

2 Days Location Halbeath Campus

Location Halbeath Campus

Start date Start date

01 Oct 2009 18 Feb 2010 27 May 2010

8 March 2010 Time

Time

8.45am-4.30 pm

9.00am-4.30pm Cost Cost

ÂŁ240

ÂŁ220

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Course Title

Solar Panel Installation

Unvented Hot Water Storage Systems

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This short course enables the experienced tradesperson to develop the skills to install and carry out basic fault finding on Solar Panels

This course will includes information regarding installation, commissioning and servicing of UHWSS. Who should attend?

Who should attend?

Gas engineers and plumbers

Gas engineers, plumbers and roofing contractors

Duration

Duration

Location

4 Days

Halbeath Campus

Location

Start date

Cowdenbeath Campus

11 12 01 27

Start dates 31 23 22 07

Aug 2009 Nov 2009 Feb 2010 Jun 2010

2 Days

Nov 2009 Jan 2010 Apr 2010 May 2010

Time 8.45am-4.30 pm

Time

Cost

9.00am-4.30pm

ÂŁ280

Cost ÂŁ340

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Course Title

Course Title

Water Byelaws

Wood Machining Training

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course updates individuals knowledge of the legislation used to control the installation and use of water supply systems. This is suitable for plumbers, water inspectors and others involved in installation, design and specification of water systems.

For those working with Wood Machines, this course enables them to operate the machines safely, and to satisfy the PUWER regulations. It is bespoke to the machines used and therefore requires a potential candidate to call us to discuss the exact requirements.

Who should attend?

Who should attend?

Plumbers and water inspectors

Wood machinists

Duration

Location

1 Day

Halbeath Campus

Location

Start date

Halbeath Campus

Contact the College for Information

Start date Cost

10 Sept 2009 3 Dec 2009

Contact the College for Information

Time 8.45am-5.00pm Cost ÂŁ160

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Course Title

Baby and Children’s First Aid

Child Protection

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course provides the basic knowledge and skills necessary to deal with emergency situations prior to the arrival of more qualified help. It raises awareness of basic baby & child first aid. It looks at safety issues as well as life saving skills.

This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector

Build on your experience and have knowledge of the context of child protection. Have an awareness of definitions and signs of abuse. Advise of the procedures in cases of alleged/suspected child abuse and have a knowledge of the law and medical consent. Develop your skills in managing disclosure, be aware of strategies to minimise risk and codes of conduct.

Duration

Who Should Attend?

2 Days

This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector.

Who Should Attend?

Location Halbeath Campus Start Date 27 Oct 2009 04 May 2010

Duration 2 Days Location Halbeath Campus

Time

Start Date

6.00pm-9.00pm

01 Oct 2009 11 Mar 2010

Cost £50

Time 6.00pm-9.00pm Cost £50

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Course Title


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Course Title

Course Title

Childhood Practice PDA

Managing angry/challenging behaviour in a childcare setting

What delegates will gain from the course This PDA course has been designed for qualified childcare professionals to update or extend their knowledge of current trends in early years and education. It may also assist in gaining a senior position in a childcare setting.

What delegates will gain from the course This course is aimed at all staff who work in care settings. The course will allow people to have an awareness and understanding of the reasons why a person may present with challenging behaviour.

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector.

This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector.

Duration

Duration

2 years part-time

2 Days

Location

Location

Halbeath Campus

Halbeath Campus

Start Date

Start Date

Contact the College for Information

12 Nov 2009 22 Apr 2010

Time Time

6.00pm-9.00pm

6.00pm-9.00pm Cost Cost

ÂŁ680

ÂŁ50

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FOOD AND DRINK


Course Title

REHIS Elementary Food Hygiene

REHIS Intermediate Food Hygiene

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course is suitable for all persons who handle food including drink and enables participants to meet the legal requirements of the Food Safety Act. . It prepares candidates for the elementary Food Hygiene examination of the Royal Environmental Health Institute. Everyone working in the food industry MUST have this qualification.

This course is suitable for supervisors and line managers in the food industry. It prepares candidates for the Intermediate Food Hygiene examination of the Royal Environmental Health Institute. Applicants should have completed the REHIS Elementary Food Hygiene.

Who Should Attend? This course is suitable for any person involved in the handling of food or drink.

Who Should Attend? This course is suitable for any person in a supervisory role who has responsibility for the management of food safety. Duration

Duration

7 Days

1 day Location Location

Halbeath Campus

Halbeath Campus Start Date Start Date 08 06 03 01 02 02 06 04

Sept 2009 Oct 2009 Nov 2009 Dec 2009 Feb 2010 Mar 2010 Apr 2010 May 2010

09 Sept 2009 13 Jan 2010 14 Apr 2010 Time 6.00pm-9.00pm Cost ÂŁ169

Time 6.00pm-9.00pm Cost ÂŁ65

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Course Title


Course Title

Course Title

Scottish Personal Licence Holders Off-Sales (C&G 7104-602)

Scottish Personal Licence Holders On Sales (C&G 7104-601)

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What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

FOOD AND DRINK

Under new licensing laws, all new licence application and renewals will require evidence of training in a recognised course such as Servewise. This course is designed for those who want to work in the licensing trade and who want to demonstrate competence for the licensing board for an off-sales licence.

The course aims to provide candidates with knowledge and understanding of licensing law, alcohol and its effects as well as people skills. The completion of the 30 minute examination provides added proof to the licensing board that the licence applicant is competent.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for anyone in a supervisory role or staff who have responsibility within an offlicence premises.

Duration

Location

1 Day

Carnegie Conference Centre

Location Halbeath Campus

Start Date 06 14 10 19 08 11

Start Date Aug 2009 Oct 2009 Dec 2009 Feb 2010 Apr 2010 Jun 2010

Aug 2009 Oct 2009 Dec 2009 Feb 2010 Apr 2010 Jun 2010

Time 9.00am-5.00pm

Time

Cost

9.00am-5.00pm

ÂŁ125

Cost ÂŁ125

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This course would be suitable for anyone in a supervisory role or staff who have responsbility within an onlicence role.

1 Day

Duration

07 15 11 18 09 10

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Course Title Staff Certificate - Working on Licensed Premises C&G

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This is a half day workshop covering licensing law, other key legislation in alcohol and good practice in licensed premises. The course has been designed not only to meet but exceed the requirements set by the Scottish Government. Staff attending the course and passing the short exam will gain a recognised qualification, whilst for managers they can be assured that their staff have received quality training which could ultimately protect the licence. With the increase in test purchasing, there is now the possibility that licence holders could lose their licence if they fail more than once. Who Should Attend? Any member of staff over 18 years who wishes to sell alchohol. Duration 1/2 Day Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 13 Aug 2009 09 Oct 2009 04 Dec 2009 Time 10.00am-2.30pm Cost ÂŁ55

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Course Title

Course Title

17th Edition Full Certificate C&G 2382-10

17th Edition Upgrade C&G 2382-20

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

The course would be suitable for electricians/electrical contractors.

The course would be suitable for electricians/electrical contractors who have passed their 16th Edition Wiring Regulations in the past 5 years, and who require an update course covering the changes to the new edition of the IEE wiring regulations. These also are a requirement of the Part P competent persons scheme.

Distance Learning Cost ÂŁ445

Start Date 30 Sept 2009 28 Oct 2009 4 Nov 2009 Location Rosyth Campus Also available to study by Distance Learning Cost ÂŁ225

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This course is aimed at experienced, practising electricians, or other allied professionals, who require a complete course covering all the basic aspects of knowledge of the new edition of the IEE wiring regulations.

The qualification is assessed by an online, multiple choice examination, set by City and Guilds, covering the content and application knowledge relating to the Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations, BS 7671:2008.


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Course Title

Course Title

Accident Investigating & Reporting

Asbestos Awareness and Management

What delegates will gain from the course This course enables participants to carry out accident investigation and reporting in accordance with current legislation. Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for those working in an industrial environment.

What delegates will gain from the course This programme provides the participants with the knowledge of the different types of asbestos and its usage, the associated risks, risk reduction strategies, legislation and how to manage it. Who Should Attend?

1 Day

This course would be suitable for those working where there may be such material.

Location

Duration

Rosyth Campus

1/2 Day

Start Date

Location

16 Oct 2009 08 Jan 2010 31 May 2010

Rosyth Campus

Duration

Start Date 02 Oct 2009 4 Dec 2009 12 Feb 2010 09 Apr 2010 25 June 2010

Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ100

Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ65

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Course Title

Course Title

City & Guilds 2391 – Component 1 In Service Inspection & Testing of Electrical Equipment

CNC Part Programming/CNC Machining

What delegates will gain from the course

Who should attend? People undertaking the course should hold their 17th edition wiring regulations certificate, and be practising electricians.

This is a specialist course which enables the student to acquire skills and competence in Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Machining and Part Programming. Who Should Attend? The course would be suitable for those working for engineering companies. Location Rosyth Campus

Duration

Start Date

4 Day

Contact the College for Information

Location

Cost

Rosyth campus

Contact the College for information

Start date Contact the College for Information Cost ÂŁ680

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This course covers the initial inspection, testing and certification of new or additional electrical installations and the periodic inspection, testing and certification of existing installation.

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Course Title

Course Title

COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health)

Counterbalance Fork Lift Test

What delegates will gain from the course This course enables participants to comply with the COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) regulations, and meet the requirements of current legislation. Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for those working where chemicals are handled, stored or used. Duration 1 Day

What delegates will gain from the course This course provides participants with the skills and knowledge required to operate a Reach Truck. Persons undertaking this are expected to be persons needing to renew their expiring licence, and who are currently experienced in driving these vehicles. On completing the course, participants will be able to: Operate a reach truck safely Give due care in a confined situation to the load being handled Give due care to personnel and equipment in the vicinity

Location

Who Should Attend?

Rosyth Campus

This course would be suitable for those working in engineering, manufacturing, warehousing or distribution.

Start Date 21 07 08 31

Sept 2009 Dec 2009 Mar 2010 May 2010

Duration 1 Day

Time

Location

9.00am-4.30pm

Rosyth Campus

Cost

Start Date

ÂŁ100

Contact the College for Information Cost ÂŁ150

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Course Title

Course Title

Counterbalance Fork Lift Training Refresher

Display Screen Equipment Safety

What delegates will gain from the course

Who Should Attend?

On completing the course, students will be able to recognise the legislative requirements, identify key health and safety issues and produce credible assessments on Display Screen Equipment Who Should Attend? The course would be suitable for those working in IT or an office environment. Duration 1/2 Day

This course would be suitable for those working in engineering, manufacturing, warehousing or distribution

Location

Duration

02 29 19 21

2 Days Location Rosyth Campus Start Date 14 16 11 01

Sept 2009 Nov 2009 Jan 2010 Mar 2010

Rosyth Campus Start Date Oct 2009 Jan 2010 Mar 2010 May 2010

Time 9.00am-12.15pm Cost ÂŁ65

Cost ÂŁ300

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This course provides participants with the skills and knowledge required to operate a Reach Truck. The refresher course is aimed at those who already have current experience of driving such vehicles. On completing the course, participants will be able to: Operate a reach truck safely; Give due care in a confined situation to the load being handled; Give due care to personnel and equipment in the vicinity.

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Course Title

Course Title

Firemarshall Skills/Hotwork

First Aid at Work

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

The course would be suitable for those working for engineering companies On completion the candidates will:

This course provides the basic knowledge and skills necessary to deal with situations requiring first aid assistance.

Understand the basic chemistry of fire Understand fire prevention methods Recognise emergency procedures

Who Should Attend? Open to anyone who would like to develop an understanding of emergency first aid treatment.

Who Should Attend?

Duration

The course would be suitable for those working for engineering companies

4 Days

Contact college for details

Duration

Start Date

1/2 Day

17 Aug 2009

Location

Time

Rosyth Campus

9.00am-4.30pm

Start Date 25 04 12 28

Cost

Sept 2009 Dec 2009 Mar 2010 May 2010

ÂŁ182

Time 9.00am-12.15pm Cost ÂŁ65

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Course Title

Course Title

First Aid at Work Refresher

Health & Safety Awareness for Managers & Supervisors

What delegates will gain from the course

Who Should Attend? Open to anyone who would like to have an update for their first aid training. Duration 2 Days Location Contact college for details Start Date 3 Aug 2009 Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ115

It is designed to provide managers and supervisors with the knowledge to implement a Health and Safety Policy, understand the legislation and their responsibilities, to initiate and implement accident prevention methods, and develop a safety culture. Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for anyone supervising staff and so have Health and Safety responsibility. Duration 3 Days Location Rosyth Campus Start Date 21 16 01 12 07

Sept 2009 Nov 2009 Mar 2010 Apr 2010 Jun 2010

Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ360

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An update for those who may have completed an earlier First Aid course.

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Course Title

Course Title

Health & Safety Consultancy

Health & Safety for Employees (Office)

What delegates will gain from the course This service has been specifically designed to help companies identify and put in place a practical Health and Safety framework and will provide: An initial health and safety audit A practical plan for implementation or recommendations Support visit quarterly with a confidential written report An advisory service on matters relating to health and safety

What delegates will gain from the course On completion of the course, participants will be aware of their legal obligations, have an increased awareness of the controls necessary for safe working and be able to initiate and comply with emergency procedures. Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for anyone working in an office environment.

Who Should Attend?

Duration

This service would be suitable for anyone with Health and Safety responsibility.

1 Day Location Rosyth Campus

Location Contact the College for Information

Start Date

Start Date

21 Aug 2009 28 May 2010

Contact the College for Information Time Cost

9.00am-4.30pm

Contact the College for Information Cost ÂŁ100

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Course Title

Health & Safety for Employees (Workshop)

Health & Safety for Senior Managers & Directors

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This is a college-certificated course aimed at providing employees with a basic understanding of Health and Safety, and their responsibilities

This is a college-certificated course aimed at providing senior managers with an overview of Health & Safety, and an understanding of their responsibilities.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for anyone working in a workshop environment.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for managers with health and safety responsibility.

Duration 1 Day

Duration 1 Day

Location Rosyth Campus

Location Rosyth Campus

Start Date 21 Aug 2009 28 May 2010 Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ100

Start Date 9 Oct 2009 20 Nov 2009 15 Jan 2010 26 Mar 2010 18 June 2010 Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ250

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Course Title


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Course Title

Course Title

IOSH Managing Safely

IOSH Working Safely

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

The aim of the course is to ensure that managers and supervisors understand that they are accountable and responsible for issues relating to Health & Safety in the workplace. Candidates will be provided with the knowledge to assist decision-making with regard to meeting legal and business requirements.

The course has been designed to give a grounding in the essentials of Health and Safety, for any employee, in any sector, with no management or supervisory responsibility

Who Should Attend?

Duration

The course has been designed for managers and supervisors in any sector, in order to provide what they need to know to help handle Health and Safety in their teams

1 Day

Structure The course can be delivered in house at our campus in Rosyth, or on-site at your company’s premises. Duration 5 Days

Location Rosyth Campus Start Date 11 13 05 16 11

Sep 2009 Nov 2009 Feb 2010 Apr 2010 Jun 2010

9.00am-4.30pm

Rosyth Campus

Cost £150

Start Date Sept 2009 Nov 2009 Feb 2010 May 2010

Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost £650

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This course would be suitable for anyone requiring such skills.

Time

Location

14 09 01 10

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Course Title

Ladder Inspection

Manual Handling & Lifting (Objects)

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

Attendees to this course will understand how, why and what to inspect to ensure that ladders are safe for use. Who Should Attend?

This course provides an understanding of human kinetics (lifting techniques). For the individual this will provide the knowledge to safely move loads with reduced risk of stress, strain or injury.

This course would be suitable for anyone requiring such skills.

Who Should Attend?

Duration

This course would be suitable for anyone requiring such skills.

1/2 day Location Rosyth Campus Start Date 9 Oct 2009 27 Nov 2009 19 Feb 2010 7 May 2010 Cost ÂŁ65

Duration 1/2 day Location Rosyth Campus Start Date 18 20 05 16 11

Sep 2009 Nov 2009 Mar 2010 Apr 2010 Jun 2010

Time 9.00am-12.15pm Cost ÂŁ65

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HEALTH & SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL SKILLS

Course Title


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Course Title

Course Title

Moving Loads by Slinging

National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)

What delegates will gain from the course At the end of the course candidates will have a good knowledge of types of lifting equipment and their uses, practical lifting exercises, the use of slings, shackles, eye bolts and other lifting equipment as well as learning about weight and sling length calculations. The course also covers the legislation covering the lifting of equipment.

What delegates will gain from the course

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

This course would be suitable for those working in engineering or manufacturing.

This course would be suitable for anyone who has a Health and Safety responsibility in the workplace.

Duration

Duration

3 days

18 Weeks/1 Day per week

Location

Location

Rosyth Campus

Rosyth Campus

Start Date

Start Date

7 Oct 2009 7 Dec 2009 5 Apr 2010 14 June 2010

06 20 21 20

Cost

Time

£360

9.00am-4.30pm

The course has been designed for those with specific responsibilities for Health and Safety in the workplace. It provides a broad range of underpinning knowledge to enable Health and Safety duties in the workplace to be undertaken more effectively.

Aug 2009 Oct 2009 Jan 2010 Apr 2010

Cost £995 or £750 distance learning

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Course Title

NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Risk Management

NEBOSH Construction Certificate in Health and Safety

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

The course has been designed for those with responsibilities for Health and Safety in the workplace, specifically including Fire Risk Management. It provides a range of underpinning knowledge to enable Health and Safety duties in the workplace to be undertaken more effectively.

The course has been designed for those with specific responsibilities for Health and Safety in a construction environment .It provides a broad range of underpinning knowledge to enable Health and Safety duties in the workplace to be undertaken more effectively. Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend? Please note this course assumes the applicant has recently passed the NGC1 Nebosh Management Paper. Please contact us if this is not the case.

This course would be suitable for anyone who has a Health and Safety responsibility in a construction workplace. Duration

Duration

18 Weeks/1 Day per week

7 Days Location Location

Rosyth Campus

Rosyth Campus Start Date Start Date 29 Oct 2009 14 Jan 2010 15 Apr 2010

06 20 21 20

Aug 2009 Oct 2009 Jan 2010 Apr 2010

Time

Time

9.00am-4.30pm

9.00am-4.30pm

Cost

Cost

£790

£1450 or £1200 distance learning

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Course Title


HEALTH & SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL SKILLS

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Course Title

Course Title

NEBOSH International and Environmental Certificates

Novice Counterbalance Forklift & Reach Truck Certificate

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

Carnegie College is shortly hoping to be able to offer these two prestigious courses. Please call us for the latest information.

This course would be suitable for anyone who has a Health and Safety responsibility in the workplace.

This course provides participants with the skills and knowledge required to operate a Reach Truck. On completing the course, participants will be able to: Operate a Reach Truck safely; Give due care in a confined situation to the load being handled; Give due care to personnel and equipment in the vicinity.

Location

Who Should Attend?

Rosyth Campus

This course would be suitable for those working in engineering, manufacturing, warehousing or distribution.

Who Should Attend?

Start Date Contact the College for Information

Duration

Cost Contact the College for Information

5 Days Location Rosyth Campus Start Date 14 Sept 2009 16 Nov 2009 11 Jan 2010 1 Mar 2010 3 May 2010 5 July 2010 Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ500

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Course Title

Oil & Chemical Spillage

PASMA Tower Scaffolding

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

The aims of this short course are to provide participants with the information regarding legislation, (including COSHH) hazards and risks, controls and practical safe working when dealing with minor oil or chemical spillages.

This course delivers underpinning knowledge regarding the working at height regulations, and the assembly, dismantling and altering of mobile access towers.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for those working where such materials are stored and used. Duration 1/2 Day Location Rosyth Campus Start Date 8 Oct 2009 1 Dec 2009 11 Feb 2010 29 Apr 2010 7 June 2010 Cost ÂŁ65

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for anyone using such equipment in the workplace. Duration 1 Day Location Rosyth Campus Start Date 4 Sept 2009 22 Jan 2010 12 Mar 2010 14 May 2010 18 Jun 2010 Time 9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ140

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HEALTH & SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL SKILLS

Course Title


HEALTH & SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL SKILLS

82

Course Title

Course Title

Portable Appliance Testing C&G Certificate

Portable Appliance Testing C&G 2377

What delegates will gain from the course This course, certificated by C&G, provides the attendee with the knowledge and skills to ensure electrical portable equipment is safe, suitable for purpose and maintained in good order. The attendee should have previous experience in the electrical field.

What delegates will gain from the course This course, certificated by C&G, provides the attendee with the knowledge and skills to ensure electrical portable equipment is safe, suitable for purpose and maintained in good order. The attendee should have previous experience in the electrical field. Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend? The course is for a suitably experienced person who is required to test electrical equipment for safety.

The course is for a suitably experienced person who is required to test electrical equipment for safety. Distance Learning

Duration Cost

1 Day

ÂŁ275

Location Rosyth Campus Start Date Contact the College for Information Cost Contact the College for Information

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Course Title

Risk Assessment

Safe Use of Hand and Power Tools

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

On completion, participants will understand the principles of risk assessment, recognise their role and responsibility within the context of risk assessment and be able to produce credible risk assessments.

This course is designed to ensure that staff are aware of the risks of using hand tools. It will provide you with the necessary skills, knowledge and techniques to identify hazards with power and hand tools and operate these safely.

Who Should Attend? The course would be suitable for anyone required to undertake such activities.

Who Should Attend? The course would be suitable for those working with such tools in the workplace.

Duration 1 Day

Duration 1/2 Day

Location Rosyth Campus

Location Rosyth Campus

Start Date 31 23 01 24 05

Aug 2009 Nov 2009 Mar 2010 May 2010 Jul 2010

Start Date 27 Nov 2009 08 Mar 2010 21 May 2010 Time

Time

9.00am-12.15pm

9.00am-4.30pm Cost Cost

ÂŁ65

ÂŁ100

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HEALTH & SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL SKILLS

Course Title


HEALTH & SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL SKILLS

84

Course Title

Course Title

Safety Harness Use and Inspection (Hyspec)

Safety Passport

What delegates will gain from the course The course provides participants with knowledge relating to the safe use and inspection of safety harnesses. On completion, participants will be able to: Understand the principal requirements of current legislation Recognise their roles and responsibilities Demonstrate correct procedures for inspection and use.

What delegates will gain from the course This course provides you with the knowledge to enable you to work at less risk to yourself and others. On completion of the course you will be aware of your legal obligations and have an increased awareness of safe working practices. Who Should Attend? The course would be suitable for those working for engineering companies.

Who Should Attend?

Duration

The course would be suitable for those working at height with such equipment.

2 Days

Rosyth Campus

Duration

Start Date

1/2 Day

Contact the College for Information

Location

Cost

Rosyth Campus

ÂŁ130

Start Date 7 Oct 2009 30 Nov 2009 12 Feb 2010 30 Apr 2010 8 June 2010 Cost ÂŁ65

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Course Title

Course Title

The Use and Mounting of Abrasive Wheels

Welder Assessment and Coding

What delegates will gain from the course

We offer a very wide range of welder training, testing and assessment, so anyone wishing to upskill, or attain certification for their skills should contact us. This can be from BS standard to Coded (Lloyds) standard.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for those working for engineering companies.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for those working for engineering companies.

Duration 1 Day

Duration Varies

Location Rosyth Campus

Location Rosyth Campus

Start Date 25 11 26 04

Sept 2009 Dec 2009 Feb 2010 Jun 2010

Time

Start Date Contact the College for Information Cost Contact the College for Information

9.00am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ100

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HEALTH & SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL SKILLS

This course provides participants with the knowledge, skills and techniques necessary to use abrasive wheels correctly and safely.

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Course Title

Course Title

Working At Height

Working in Confined Spaces

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course is intended for those people who will be required to work at height and for their supervisors, to enable them to do so safely and with an understanding of the legislation.

This course provides participants with the information necessary for safe working in confined spaces. You will also learn about implementation of controls required to reduce the risk of injury and compliance with emergency procedures.

Who Should Attend? The course would be suitable for those working at height with such equipment.

Who Should Attend? The course would be suitable for those working in such environments.

Duration Duration

1 Day

1-3 days depending on requirements Location Location

Rosyth Campus

Rosyth Campus Start Date 31 23 19 24

Start Date

Aug 2009 Nov 2009 Mar 2010 May 2010

Contact the College for Information Time 9.00am-4.30pm

Time

Cost

9.00am-4.30pm

ÂŁ65

Cost ÂŁ100

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HEALTH & SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL SKILLS

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HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE


Course Title

Emergency First Aid (meeting SSSC requirements)

Health & Safety Awareness (meeting SSSC requirements)

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course provides the basic knowledge and skills necessary to deal with emergency situations prior to the arrival of more qualified help. It looks at safety issues as well as lifesaving skills. It is open to anyone who would like to develop an understanding of emergency first aid treatment.

This course is designed for all who work within the care sector to raise awareness of health and safety issues. The following areas are covered; Health & Safety legislation and policy, Risk assessment, COSHH, Fire awareness in the workplace, Moving and handling and PPE

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

This course would be suitable for anyone looking to gain their First Aid Certificate.

This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector.

Duration

Duration 1 Day

1 Day Location

Location Halbeath Campus

Halbeath Campus Start Date 26 25 29 28

Oct 2009 Jan 2010 Apr 2010 Jun 2010

Time 6.00pm-9.00pm

Start Date 2 Nov 2009 Time 6.00pm-9.00pm Cost ÂŁ25

Cost ÂŁ25

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HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

Course Title


HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

90

Course Title

Course Title

Loss and Bereavement

Mental Health First Aid

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

To give workers in care an understanding of the processes involved with loss and bereavements. The course covers the following areas; Different sorts of loss Grief and associated emotions Grieving processes Ways to support the bereaved Statutory supports

This course is for members of the public and different professional groups including teachers, health workers, front line public sector and voluntary sector workers. Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid aims to help participants;

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector. Duration 1 Day Location Halbeath Campus Start Date 23 Oct 2009 29 Mar 2010

Preserve life where a person may be a danger to themselves and others Provide help to prevent a mental health problem developing into a more serious state Promote recovery of good mental health Provide comfort to a person suffering from mental illness Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector. Duration 4 Days/2 Days

Time

Location

9.00am-4.30pm

Halbeath Campus

Cost

Start Date

£50

03 01 09 19

Sept 2009 (4 day course) Feb 2010 (4 day course) Nov 2009 (2 day course) Apr 2010 (2 day course)

Time 6.00pm-9.00pm Cost £100

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Course Title

Moving and Handling People (meeting SSSC requirements)

Prevention and Basic Pressure Area Care

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course provides an understanding of practice and principles of good moving and handling techniques. This will follow a minimal or no lifting policy. For the individual this will provide the knowledge to safely move loads with reduced risk of stress, strain or injury. For employers this will help to meet the requirements of the current legislation, and to reduce absence and costs, due to injury.

This course is aimed at workers in care who are likely to come across clients with pressure area wounds. It will cover different types of pressure wounds, how to recognise, understand, treat and prevent them.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector. Duration 1/2 Day Location Halbeath Campus Start Date 14 Jun 2010

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector. Duration 1 Day Location Halbeath Campus Start Date 11 Feb 2010 Time 6.00pm-9.00pm Cost ÂŁ25

Time 9.15am-12.30pm Cost ÂŁ50

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HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

Course Title


HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

92

Course Title

Course Title

Prevention of Infection

Protecting People in a Care Setting

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This course is designed to develop knowledge and understanding of the causes of infection and the spread of infection. This is complemented with the knowledge and understanding surrounding antiseptic, sterilisation, disinfection procedures and disposal of infected material.

This course is aimed at all staff who work in care settings. It will cover issues involving types, signs and symptoms, causes and prevention of abuse. The course will highlight to staff legislation, confidentiality and issues around reporting abuse. Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector.

This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector. Location

Location

Halbeath Campus

Halbeath Campus Online Learning Online Learning Cost Cost

ÂŁ25

ÂŁ25

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Course Title Valuing People in a Care Setting

What delegates will gain from the course

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HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

This course is aimed at all staff who work in care settings. It will cover values and beliefs linking these to the national care standards and codes of practice. It will allow staff to recognise their values, their service user’s values and how this impacts on their practice. Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for employees working in care sector. Location Halbeath Campus Online Learning Cost £25

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Course Title

Animation with Adobe Flash

Basic Computing Skills for Business

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

Mix video, graphics, sound and animation to make engaging presentations for advertising, education or fun. Adobe Flash is the leading tool for creating animation and video for the web.

This short course will equip you with basic IT skills allowing you to be able to access computer files, word process simple documents, search the internet and access online resources.

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

Organisations wishing to create and update exciting websites.

Care sector, Organisations wishing to enable their staff to use online resources.

Duration

Duration

2 days

1 day

Location

Location

Carnegie Conference Centre

Halbeath Campus

Start Date

Start Date

25 Nov 2009 20 May 2010

13 Oct 2009 21 Jan 2010

Time

Time

9.30am-4.30pm

9.00am-4.30pm

Cost

Cost

ÂŁ175

ÂŁ110

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IT, COMPUTING AND DIGITAL MEDIA

Course Title


IT, COMPUTING AND DIGITAL MEDIA

96

Course Title

Course Title

Creative Imaging with Adobe Photoshop

Crystal Reports

What delegates will gain from the course Use the industry standard tool, Adobe Photoshop, to develop logos, manipulate photographs and create special effects. Produce creative imagery for use in advertising, websites and brochures or just for fun. Who Should Attend? Organisations wishing to create and update exciting websites. Duration 1 day

What delegates will gain from the course By attending this course you will build the skills necessary to create your report by connecting data sources, inserting additional information and positioning then arranging the data on the report in the format needed. Report formats can vary from a simple column of values to layouts featuring pie charts, bar charts, cross-tab summary tables and nested sub-reports. Crystal Reports is designed for “presentation quality” reports so there are many options for enhanced formatting. Who Should Attend?

Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 21 Sept 2009 16 Feb 2010

This course is ideal for any report designer (new to Crystal Reports or wishing to brush up current skills) who is responsible for creating and distributing database reports. Duration

Time

2 Days

9.30am-4.30pm

Location

Cost

Carnegie Conference Centre

£175

Start Date 10 07 01 03

Sept 2009 Dec 2009 Mar 2010 Jun 2010

Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost £495 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Delivering Powerful Presentations Using MS Powerpoint

Effective Time Management Using MS Outlook

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

Make an impact! You only have minutes to influence the board, win the contract, beat the competition, motivate your staff and convince your manager. Experts agree that professional success depends on interpersonal skills. Technical knowledge is no longer enough to ensure a presentation is well received! This course brings together both the interpersonal skills and the technical knowledge to give you skills to deliver a powerful presentation, get your point across and excel every time.

Time is the most precious and irreplaceable resource we have yet we often squander it. This course provides you with the skills and tools to manage your time more effectively in order to achieve a balance that’s right for you. Microsoft Outlook provides a way to store, track and integrate personal information. With Outlook you can send and receive email, use an electronic calendar to record details of your business and personal contacts, open other Microsoft Office documents and view Web sites.

Who Should Attend? This course is ideal for anyone having to undertake presentations as part of their working life.

Who Should Attend? Staff at any level of the organisation who wish to manage their time more effectively.

Duration 2 Days

Duration 1 Days

Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date 26 Aug 2009 02 Feb 2010 10 Jun 2010

Start Date

Time

Time

9.30am-4.30pm

9.30am-4.30pm

Cost

Cost

£295 (ex VAT)

£175 (ex VAT)

06 Oct 2009 29 Apr 2010

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IT, COMPUTING AND DIGITAL MEDIA

Course Title


IT, COMPUTING AND DIGITAL MEDIA

98

Course Title

Course Title

Games Development with Adobe Flash

Microsoft Access Advanced

What delegates will gain from the course Intended for those who have ActionScript skills who want to extend those skills into developing simple Flash games. The course will cover the skills required for developing several simple games or puzzles. The course will cover ActionScript 1 / 2, and is suitable for those using Flash MX or later versions (Flash MX2004, Flash 8, Flash CS3) Who Should Attend? Those with intermediate ActionScript skills that want to extend them into developing simple games and puzzles in Flash.

What delegates will gain from the course By attending the Advanced level course you will learn how to create and use Action queries, advanced field properties, data validation, lookup fields, joins and relationships, understand, create, edit and save a macro, create menu bars, macros and custom toolbar buttons, look at Eventdriven procedures and database security including user-level security. Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who works with or manipulates data at any level within an organisation. Duration

Duration

1 Day

2 Days Location

Location

Carnegie Conference Centre

Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date

Start Date

01 12 07 01

21 Jan 2010 22 Apr 2010

Oct 2009 Jan 2010 Apr 2010 Jul 2010

Time Time

9.30am-4.30pm

9.30am-4.30pm Cost Cost

ÂŁ345

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Microsoft Access Intermediate

Microsoft Access Introductory

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

By attending the Intermediate course you will learn how to customise forms and create subforms, create command buttons and link and embed data, create and use queries, create a report, using queries to select records and build “expressions” and calculations in reports and queries.

By attending this course you will learn how to define a database structure and templates, create tables, enter and edit data, modify table design, understand relationships between data, create a form, enter and edit data in a form, customise the form design and introduction to queries and reports.

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who works with or manipulates data at any level within an organisation.

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who works with or manipulates data at any level within an organisation.

Duration 1 Day

Duration 1 Day

Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date 16 01 03 01

Sept 2009 Dec 2009 March 2010 June 2010

Start Date 12 04 05 27

Aug 2009 Nov 2009 Feb 2010 April 2010

Time 9.30am-4.30pm

Time 9.30am-4.30pm

Cost £175 (ex VAT)

Cost £175 (ex VAT)

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IT, COMPUTING AND DIGITAL MEDIA

Course Title


IT, COMPUTING AND DIGITAL MEDIA

100

Course Title

Course Title

Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician

Microsoft Excel - Charts and Graphs

What delegates will gain from the course Gain the knowledge, skills and certification to support users running the Microsoft Windows XP operating system. Cover topics such as: Installation of XP, supporting the XP desktop, user profiles and network connectivity.

What delegates will gain from the course This course examines how basic charts can be created and then customised using a variety of chart and graph styles and formatting effects to help communicate your data in an effective and interesting way. Who Should Attend?

IT departments supporting users of Windows XP operating systems.

This programme is therefore relevant to anyone within an organisation who may be required to prepare or present charts and graphs.

Duration

Duration

5 Days

1 Day

Location

Location

Halbeath Campus

Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date

Start Date

18 Jan 2010

10 Feb 2010 04 May 2010

Who Should Attend?

Time

Time

9.30am-4.30pm

9.30am-4.30pm Cost

Cost

ÂŁ550 (ex VAT)

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Microsoft Excel Advanced

Microsoft Excel Advanced 2007

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

During the Advanced course you will use the Group feature, protect workbooks, worksheets, cell ranges, add/remove a password, understand, apply, modify, create styles, use linking formulas, understand and use data consolidation, use advanced functions and understand, manage and create a scenario manager.

During the Advanced course you will use the Group feature, protect workbooks, worksheets, cell ranges, add/remove a password, understand, apply, modify, create styles, use linking formulas, understand and use data consolidation, use advanced functions and understand, manage and create a scenario manager. All using 2007 software.

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who works with or manipulates data at any level within an organisation.

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who works with or manipulates data at any level within an organisation.

Duration 1 Day

Duration 1 Day

Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date 28 06 16 13

Aug 2009 Nov 2009 Feb 2010 May 2010

Start Date 30 Oct 2009 28 May 2010 Time

Time

9.30am-4.30pm

9.30am-4.30pm Cost Cost

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Course Title

Microsoft Excel Intermediate

Microsoft Excel Intermediate 2007

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

At Intermediate level the course looks at how to link formulae and use more functions, work with multiple worksheets and workbooks, consolidate data, create and customise charts and create hyperlinks.

At Intermediate level the course looks at how to link formulae and use more functions, work with multiple worksheets and workbooks, consolidate data, create and customise charts and create hyperlinks. All using 2007 software.

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

This programme would be suitable for anyone who works with or manipulates data at any level within an organisation.

This programme would be suitable for anyone who works with or manipulates data at any level within an organisation.

Duration

Duration

1 Day

1 Day

Location

Location

Carnegie Conference Centre

Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date

Start Date

09 14 07 14

15 Sept 2009 23 March 2010

Oct 2009 Jan 2010 July 2010 Apr 2010

Time 9.30am-4.30pm

Time

Cost

9.30am-4.30pm

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

Cost ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Microsoft Excel Introductory

Microsoft Excel Introductory 2007

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

At Introductory level you will learn how to understand the principles of a Worksheet and Workbook, create, edit, save and retrieve spreadsheets, copy and move data, construct formulae and use functions and format text and numbers.

At Introductory level you will learn how to understand the principles of a Worksheet and Workbook, create, edit, save and retrieve spreadsheets, copy and move data, construct formulae and use functions and format text and numbers. All using 2007 software.

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

This programme would be suitable for anyone who works with or manipulates data at any level within an organisation.

This programme would be suitable for anyone who works with or manipulates data at any level within an organisation.

Duration

Duration

1 Day

1 Day

Location

Location

Carnegie Conference Centre

Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date

Start Date

29 09 04 09

14 Aug 2009 17 Feb 2010

Sept 2009 Dec 2009 Mar 2010 Jun 2010

Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost

Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Course Title

Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Powerpoint Advanced

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

Outlook provides a way to store, track and integrate personal information. With Outlook you can send and receive email, use an electronic calendar to record meetings and appointments, record tasks, record details of your business and personal contacts, open other Microsoft Office documents and view Web sites.

The Advanced level course studies design layout considering audience and demographics, design templates and customise presentations, create and use macros, use multimedia functions to create sound and animations, special tools and effects and flow charts. Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who wishes to use e-mail and an electronic diary/address book/to do lists.

This programme is relevant to anyone within an organisation who may be required to prepare or present any form of electronic presentational material.

Duration

Duration

1 Day

1 Day

Location

Location

Carnegie Conference Centre

Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date

Start Date

03 Sept 2009 16 Dec 2009 16 Jun 2010

18 26 09 24

Sept 2009 Nov 2009 Mar 2010 Jun 2010

Time Time

9.30am-4.30pm

9.30am-4.30pm Cost Cost

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Microsoft Powerpoint Introductory

Microsoft Project

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

On the Introductory course you will look at screen elements and templates, create and edit slides, select, resize, move and format objects, work with pictures and text, setup and run a slide show, work with tables, create and format an organisation chart, create and customise graph charts, use the slide master, use action buttons and hyperlinks and pack and go.

Microsoft Project is a powerful project management program that can be used to help build project plans, track work completed and account for variance from a baseline plan.

Who Should Attend?

Duration

This programme is relevant to anyone within an organisation who may be required to prepare or present any form of electronic presentational material.

2 Days

Duration

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who is involved in delivering or is supporting the administration of projects.

Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date

Carnegie Conference Centre

22 18 26 25 20

Start Date

Time

13 Oct 2009 19 Jan 2010 20 Apr 2010

9.30am-4.30pm

1 Day Location

Time

Sept 2009 Nov 2009 Jan 2010 Mar 2010 May 2010

Cost ÂŁ345 (ex VAT)

9.30am-4.30pm Cost ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Course Title

Microsoft Visio

Microsoft Word Advanced

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

Microsoft Visio brings the power of clear, visual communication to your everyday work. This package enables you to communicate effectively with easy-to-assemble drawings and diagrams. Users will learn the basics of Visio, to create a drawing, to connect shapes and to work with text and shapes.

During the Advanced level course you will learn how to calculate within a table, use referencing features such as table of contents, index and bookmarks, create mail merge documents, look at advanced use of pictures and graphics, create and run macros, create a form and save versions of a document and track and review changes.

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who is involved in designing or communicating systems, processes and/or structures.

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who is required to prepare word documents at any level within an organisation.

Duration Duration

1 Days

1 Day Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date Start Date

27 Oct 2009 18 Mar 2010

9.30am-4.30pm

22 20 30 09

Cost

Time

ÂŁ180 (ex VAT)

9.30am-4.30pm

Time

Oct 2009 Jan 2010 Apr 2010 Jul 2010

Cost ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Microsoft Word Advanced 2007

Microsoft Word Intermediate

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

During the Advanced level course you will learn how to calculate within a table, use referencing features such as table of contents, index and bookmarks, create mail merge documents, look at advanced use of pictures and graphics, create and run macros, create a form and save versions of a document and track and review changes. All using 2007 software.

During the Intermediate course you will format paragraphs and balance columns, create and edit tables and use the borders toolbar, learn how to insert hyperlinks, work with graphics and the drawing toolbar and look at advanced document formatting and creation of styles.

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who is required to prepare word documents at any level within an organisation. Duration 1 Day Location

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who is required to prepare word documents at any level within an organisation. Duration 1 Day Location Carnegie Conference Centre

Carnegie Conference Centre

Start Date

Start Date

25 Nov 2009 17 Mar 2010 25 Jun 2010

25 Sept 2009 12 Mar 2010

Time Time

9.30am-4.30pm

9.30am-4.30pm Cost Cost

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Course Title

Microsoft Word Intermediate 2007

Microsoft Word Introductory

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

During the Intermediate course you will format paragraphs and balance columns, create and edit tables and use the borders toolbar, learn how to insert hyperlinks, work with graphics and the drawing toolbar and look at advanced document formatting and creation of styles. All using 2007 software.

During the Introductory course you will learn how to create, open, close, save and print documents, use basic edit and format techniques and spell and grammar check, use AutoCorrect and AutoText and customise page setup and apply headers and footers and section breaks. Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who is required to prepare word documents at any level within an organisation.

This programme would be suitable for anyone who is required to prepare word documents at any level within an organisation. Duration

Duration

1 Day

1 Day Location Location

Carnegie Conference Centre

Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date Start Date

19 13 23 25

28 Oct 2009 21 Apr 2010

Aug 2009 Nov 2009 Feb 2010 May 2010

Time Time

9.30am-4.30pm

9.30am-4.30pm Cost Cost

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

Course Title

Microsoft Word Introductory 2007

Web Publishing with Adobe Dreamweaver, Photoshop & Flash

What delegates will gain from the course

Who Should Attend? This programme would be suitable for anyone who is required to prepare word documents at any level within an organisation. Duration 1 Day Location

Use graphics, layouts and colour schemes to create a great looking website for your business, club or school with Adobe Dreamweaver. Learn to publish and update your website with ease. Who Should Attend? Organisations wishing to create and update exciting websites. Duration 2 days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date

Carnegie Conference Centre

26 Oct 2009 23 Mar 2010

Start Date

Time

25 Sept 2009 12 Mar 2010

9.30am-4.30pm

Time 9.30am-4.30pm

Cost ÂŁ345 (ex VAT)

Cost ÂŁ175 (ex VAT)

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During the Introductory course you will learn how to create, open, close, save and print documents, use basic edit and format techniques and spell and grammar check, use AutoCorrect and AutoText and customise page setup and apply headers and footers and section breaks. All using 2007 software.

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LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT


Course Title

e-Learning PDA Certificate

e-Learning Production Diploma

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

The course will enable participants to develop skills in programme design, programme delivery, learner support, on-line assessment for online and blended learning.

This course is designed for individuals who design and develop online learning materials. It will enable you to develop skills, knowledge and confidence necessary to project manage the development of online learning.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for individuals who are involved in the development, delivery or support of e-learning.

Who Should Attend?

Online Learning

This course would be suitable for candidates who are supporting learning through the use of new media and network technology.

Cost

Online Learning

ÂŁ450

Cost ÂŁ720

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Course Title

Course Title

Facilitating Group Learning

Learners and Online Assessment

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

The course will enable you to develop an understanding of group dynamics and how those can be managed to enable learning.

This short course is designed to enable participants to develop the skills and knowledge required to prepare, administer, deliver and evaluate online assessment.

Who Should Attend? This short course would be suitable for individuals working within a learning centre environment.

Who Should Attend?

Online Learning

This short course would be suitable for individuals who are responsible for online assessment within their organisation.

Cost

Online Learning

ÂŁ100

Cost ÂŁ100

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Course Title

Learning Centre Operations PDA

Learning Centre Support

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

The aim of the course is to develop the skills and knowledge of individuals working in learning centre environments to enable them to advise and support learners effectively and to enhance the learner experience.

This course will raise your awareness of the skills and knowledge required to provide general support to learners in a learning centre.

Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for staff employed in front line learning centre environments with direct learner contact. Online Learning

Who Should Attend? This short course would be suitable for individuals working within a learning centre environment. Online Learning Cost ÂŁ100

Cost ÂŁ450

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Course Title


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Course Title

Course Title

Mentoring in the Workplace

PDA Advanced Diploma Teaching in FE : An Introduction

What delegates will gain from the course This course will enable you to develop the knowledge and understanding of the nature and role of mentoring trainees and of supporting personal development through learning in the workplace.

What delegates will gain from the course The course enables individuals who are currently working in a college to attain an initial qualification which provides the basic information and skills to teach in Further Education.

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

This short course would be suitable for employees who have a mentoring role.

This course would be suitable for staff working in a training environment within a college, with a minimum of 9 hours of class contact per week.

Online Learning Online Learning Cost Cost

ÂŁ100

ÂŁ395

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Course Title

Course Title

PDA Advanced Diploma Teaching in FE

Quality Enhancement for Education

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

This course would be suitable for staff working in a further education environment who have completed The PDA Advanced Diploma Teaching in FE: An Introduction.

This short course would be suitable for employees in educational establishments who are responsible for quality improvement. Online Learning

Online Learning Cost Cost

ÂŁ100

ÂŁ450

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The aim of the course is to provide individuals who are currently working in a Scottish College with a qualification that can be credited towards the Teaching Qualification (Further Education).

This short course will equip you with the skills, knowledge and understanding to plan and manage quality improvement, self-evaluations and internal quality audits, and also to use the outcomes to improve the quality of the learner experience.


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Course Title

Course Title

Quality Improvement PDA

Teaching Children and Young People Advanced Diploma

What delegates will gain from the course This course is for individuals responsible for carrying out internal auditing, self evaluation and quality improvement activities within their own organisation. They will develop the knowledge, understanding and skills required to plan, conduct, record and give feedback on internal and external quality audit, self-evaluation and quality reviews in Scottish colleges and CLD. Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for practitioners and managers employed in the post-compulsory education sector and who are responsible for quality audits. Online Learning Cost £450

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What delegates will gain from the course This course will address all the knowledge and skills needed to meet the distinctive pedagogical needs of 14–16 age group and enable to build up confidence in teaching children and young people. Who Should Attend? This course would be suitable for staff in colleges who work with children and young people. Online Learning Cost £580


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MASTERCLASSES


Course Title

Coaching

Creating a High Performance Team

What delegates will gain from the course

What delegates will gain from the course

This workhop will allow you to identify how you can add a coaching style to your leadership repertoire thus releasing the potential that improves the profit!

All Managers

This workshop will look at how differences in style, approach, commitment, work ethic, values, viewpoint and personality all have a tendency to get in the way of teamwork and how you can ensure that all the talent in your organisation pulls together and not apart.

Duration

Who Should Attend?

Evening

All Managers

Location

Duration

Carnegie Conference Centre

Evening

Start Date

Location

8 Sept 2009

Carnegie Conference Centre

Time

Start Date

5.00pm-8.00pm

26 Nov 2009

Cost

Time

ÂŁ95 (ex VAT)

5.00pm-8.00pm

Who Should Attend?

Cost ÂŁ95 (ex VAT)

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Course Title


Course Title Leadership

MASTERCLASSES

120

What delegates will gain from the course This session will look at techniques and tips for ensuring that your organisation prospers and grows and attracts and retains the talent you need in these difficult times. Who Should Attend? All Managers Duration Evening Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 5 Nov 2009 Time 5.00pm-8.00pm Cost ÂŁ95 (ex VAT)

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PROJECT, PROGRAMME AND RISK MANAGEMENT


Course Title

Course Title

Interpersonal Skills for the Project Manager

Introduction to Project Management

What delegates will gain from the course

Who Should Attend? This course is suitable for anyone who managing teams within a project environment. Duration 2 Days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 24 Feb 2010 26 May 2010

This two day project management course will provide an understanding of project management techniques to support you in managing projects. Who Should Attend? This two day workshop is aimed at all staff who work within a project environment either in a supporting or leading role. Duration 2 Days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 08 Oct 2009 01 Feb 2010 04 May 2010 Time 9.30am-4.30pm Cost £450 (ex VAT)

Time 9.00am-5.00pm Cost £450 (ex VAT)

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This is targeted at experienced project managers working with projects teams in their organisations. It is suitable for project managers who are seeking to understand themselves in the role and the personal and people skills needed to operate in the role. Ideally the programme would help a project manager who has developed and used the technical project management skills and approaches, who now wants to understand and develop the ‘softer’ skills involved.

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Course Title

M_o_R (Management of Risk) – Practitioner

MSP (Managing Successful Programmes) - Advanced Practitioner

What delegates will gain from the course M_o_R is intended to help organisations put an effective framework in place for taking informed decisions about the risks that affect their performance objectives across all organisational activities, whether these be strategic, programme, project or operational. Who Should Attend? From a strategic perspective – the Accounting Officer (public sector) or CEO (private sector), the Executive Management Team and the Head(s) of the Audit and/or Risk Committees. From a programme perspective – the Sponsoring Group, Programme Board, Senior Responsible Owner (SRO), Programme Manager and Business Change Managers (BCMs). From a project perspective – the Project Board, Project Sponsor (or SRO or Executive) and Project Manager. From an operational perspective – Operational Directors/Heads of Operations and Operational Managers.

What delegates will gain from the course This 2 day course will build on the delegates existing knowledge of MSP. The course covers the following aspects of programme management – organisation, vision, leadership and stakeholder engagement, benefits realisation management, blueprint design and delivery, planning and control, business case, quality management, risk management and issue resolution. Who Should Attend? Any organisation or individual seeing the need for a controlled approach to managing its programmes and/ or multiple projects including Senior Responsible Owners, Programme Support Team Members, Programme Managers, Senior Managers, Project Managers, Business Change Managers. Duration 2 Days Location

Duration 5 Days

Carnegie Conference Centre

Location

Start Date

Carnegie Conference Centre

15 Sept 2009

Start Date

Time

05 Oct 2009 01 Feb 2010 07 June 2010

9.30am-5.00pm Cost

Time

£695 (ex VAT)

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Course Title

MSP – Practitioner

Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems OHSAS 18,001

What delegates will gain from the course

Who Should Attend? Any organisation or individual seeing the need for a controlled approach to managing its programmes and/ or multiple projects including Senior Responsible Owners, Programme Support Team Members, Programme Managers, Senior Managers, Project Managers, Business Change Managers. Duration 5 Days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 07 30 15 17

Sept 2009 Nov 2009 Feb 2010 May 2010

Time

The aim of this workshop is to provide participants with an overview of the purpose and requirements of OHSAS 18001:2007 as a tool for managing their risks. Who Should Attend? It will be ideal for people involved in OH&S Management System auditing processes within their organisation, i.e. staff designated to be the OH&S Management System Auditors, or those who will be affected by OH&S Management Systems audits. Also, for managers who want to know what to expect from an internal audit. Duration 2 days Location Carnegie Conference Centre Start Date 18 Nov 2009 Time 9.30am-5.00pm Cost £475 (ex VAT)

9.30am-5.00pm Cost £1,595 (ex VAT)

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Where there is major change, there will be complexity, risk, many interdependencies to manage and conflicting priorities to resolve. Adopting a programme management approach such as MSP provides a structured framework that can help organisations avoid these pitfalls and achieve their goals.

What delegates will gain from the course


Course Title

Edinburgh

PRINCE2 – Foundation

14 09 01 03

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PRINCE2 is a structured project management method, which promotes the management of a project in a logical, organised way that follows defined steps. In order to describe what a project should do and when, PRINCE2 has a series of processes which cover all the activities needed on a project, from starting up to closing down.

Sept 2009 Nov 2009 Feb 2010 May 2010

Glasgow 21 30 11 15 17 12

Sept 2009 Nov 2009 Jan 2010 Mar 2010 May 2010 Jul 2010

Newcastle 26 Oct 2009

Who Should Attend? Anyone who is involved in supporting projects either as Team Manager, Team Member or Project Support.

Time 9.30am-5.00pm Cost

Duration

£ 995 (ex VAT)

3 Days Location Start Date

Carnegie Conference Centre 24 21 26 23 14 25 22 22 26 24 28

Aug 2009 Sept 2009 Oct 2009 Nov 2009 Dec 2009 Jan 2010 Feb 2010 Mar 2010 Apr 2010 May 2010 Jun 2010

Sunderland 24 19 07 11 15 10 19

Aug 2009 Oct 2009 Dec 2009 Jan 2010 Mar 2010 May 2010 Jul 2010

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PRINCE2® is a Registered Trademark of the Office of Government Commerce. The PRINCE2 Cityscape logo ™ is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce in the United Kingdom and other countries. MSP ™ is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce. The Swirl logo ™ is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce. M_o_R® is a Registered Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce in the United Kingdom and other countries. The Swirl logo ™ is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce. ITIL® is a Registered Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce in the United Kingdom and other countries.


Course Title

Sunderland

PRINCE2 – Practitioner

24 19 07 11 15 10 19

What delegates will gain from the course

Who Should Attend? Project Managers and anyone else who requires an in-depth understanding of the method and its application.

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PRINCE2 is a structured project management method, which promotes the management of a project in a logical, organised way that follows defined steps. In order to describe what a project should do and when, PRINCE2 has a series of processes which cover all the activities needed on a project, from starting up to closing down.

Aug 2009 Oct 2009 Dec 2009 Jan 2010 Mar 2010 May 2010 Jul 2010

Edinburgh 14 09 01 03

Sept 2009 Nov 2009 Feb 2010 May 2010

Glasgow 21 30 11 15 17 12

Sept 2009 Nov 2009 Jan 2010 Mar 2010 May 2010 Jul 2010

Duration Newcastle

5 Days

26 Oct 2009 Location Start Date

Time

Pontypridd, Glamorgan

9.30am-5.00pm

10 Aug 2009 (£1,450)

Cost £ 1,395 (ex VAT)

Carnegie Conference Centre 24 21 26 23 14 25 22 22 26 24 28

Aug 2009 Sept 2009 Oct 2009 Nov 2009 Dec 2009 Jan 2010 Feb 2010 Mar 2010 Apr 2010 May 2010 Jun 2010

PRINCE2® is a Registered Trademark of the Office of Government Commerce. The PRINCE2 Cityscape logo ™ is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce in the United Kingdom and other countries. MSP ™ is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce. The Swirl logo ™ is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce. M_o_R® is a Registered Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce in the United Kingdom and other countries. The Swirl logo ™ is a Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce. ITIL® is a Registered Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce in the United Kingdom and other countries.

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Booking Terms and Conditions By booking a Course from this brochure you are agreeing to the Terms and Conditions stated here. Full payment must be made for the Course Booking to be confirmed. This applies when delegates are paying the fees or when the employer or other sponsoring organisation is paying the fees on their behalf.

If the ILA Account is intended to cover the full cost of the Course this deposit will be 25% of the Course fee, with a minimum payment of £25.00. If the ILA Account is not intended to cover the full cost of the Course this deposit will be the full balance which you would be due to pay.

You will need to provide your ILA Account Number if known at the time of booking. If you do not yet have this set up (i.e. the Course being booked may be in the following year) then the ILA Account should be submitted as soon as you get this set up. The last point at which the ILA Account Number can be submitted is 2 weeks before the Course Start Date – otherwise you will be unable to use the ILA Account towards this Course, however you may pay in full to retain your booking. As the provider of the training, we need your account number to enrol you for this course on the ILA website. Once this has been done the ILA will send you an ILA token. As soon as the course has started you need to submit this ILA token to our Finance Service so we can again update the ILA website and obtain the funding direct from the ILA to cover (some or all of) your course fees. Each ILA token issued has an expiry date which is the last possible date we can access the funds to pay for the course. However it is recommended that you submit the ILA token as soon as the course has started. If the ILA Account is covering the full cost of the course once your token has been submitted to Finance Services – and as long as it is before the Expiry Date – then this deposit will be fully refunded. PLEASE NOTE: If you do not submit your ILA token by the expiry date you will be due to pay the full amount for the course. Cancellations and Transfers If you are booked on a course and need to cancel or transfer, please phone Customer Services as soon as possible. The following will apply to all delegates, including those intending to use ILA funding. Notice Given Less than 3 weeks notice Between 3 and 4 weeks notice Between 5 and 8 weeks notice

Payable on Cancellation The full course fees will be payable 50% of the full course fees will be payable 20% of the full course fees will be payable £25 administration fee will be payable

Payable on Transferring £25 Admin Fee £25 Admin Fee No Charge

More than 8 weeks notice No Charge Once notice of cancellation has been received, any refunds due will be arranged. Carnegie College/Carnegie Enterprise Limited reserves the right to cancel the Course if necessary and will offer a transfer to the next course to any delegates affected with no additional charges. If no future courses are suitable a full refund of payments made will be arranged.

Using a Fee Waiver Some of the courses in this brochure are Fee Waiver Eligible. Please contact Customer Services to find out if the course you wish to apply for is eligible for a fee waiver. For these courses if you meet the eligibility criteria you can claim a fee waiver and will therefore not need to make payment for the course. In order to have your place confirmed you must post/bring in proof of your eligibility. Once this has been viewed by staff your place will be booked and you will receive confirmation by post. You may post a photocopy of your proof if this is more suitable, but you will still be required to bring in the original documentation on the first day of the course so your Fee Waiver Status can be confirmed – otherwise we are obliged to charge the full price of the course. If you need to cancel your attendance please ensure that you phone Customer Services on 0844 248 0115 so your place can be freed up for another person to attend. If you do not inform Customer Services in advance of the first day of the course then we will update your records to prevent you from booking on future courses until you make a payment of £25 Noncancellation charge.

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Using your ILA Account Some of the courses in this Brochure are marked as ILA Eligible, (see Index) which means that you may use all or part of your annual ILA allowance. A deposit is required for your place to be booked on the course if you are going to be using your ILA account to pay for this course.


We think our clients deserve the best environments in which to become skilled and that’s why we have invested so heavily in our facilities. During the last five years we have invested over £8 million to ensure that we provide our clients with innovative training environments that are very much state of the art, encompassing modern delivery concepts. The main base in Halbeath, Dunfermline is only part of a much bigger dynamic multi-site organisation.

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Carnegie has a modern well-equipped Conference and Events Centre, situated on-site in Dunfermline. Customers can also choose to have on-site training at their own business premises or an alternative venue that suits their individual needs. Carnegie Conference Centre is a modern, purpose built, training and conference facility with an enviable choice of 23 meeting/conference rooms including 2 PC training suites and video conference facilities. Carnegie Conference Centre received the Eat Safe award in March 2008 demonstrating that the venue has observed the highest standards of Food Safety Management. Situated just 20 minutes from Edinburgh, off the M90 motorway, we offer flexible, affordable solutions to meet the needs of all meeting and event organisers. With free private parking and excellent public transport links, we are the ideal venue choice for delegates travelling from all over Scotland. All of our rooms have natural daylight and provide a comfortable environment with easy access to phones, email and internet. As well as having our own restaurant and dedicated IT support team, we offer additional services such as video recording with live feeds between breakout rooms, audio recording and editing, live web streaming and interactive voting equipment. To enable us to offer our unrivalled facilities without the need to commute each day, we offer a 24 Hour Residential Conference Package in partnership with the 82 bedroom, on-site Express by Holiday Inn. This package which offers excellent value for money, is ideal for delegates attending AGM’s, corporate away days, celebratory dinners and conferences. Whether you’re planning a conference for 300 or a staff meeting for 10, we guarantee to live up to our customer promise - “consistent quality in a relaxed, professional environment”. If you would like to arrange a tour of the venue, email our conference team at info@carnegieconferencecentre.co.uk Carnegie Conference Centre Halbeath Dunfermline Fife KY11 8DY Phone: 0844 248 0119 0844 248 0123

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Carnegie Conference Centre

At Carnegie Conference Centre, Dunfermline we offer excellent facilities for corporate clients, public and private sector and for clients organising social events and parties.

CONFERENCES MEETINGS WORKSHOPS EVENTS PARTIES WEDDINGS

Main hall accommodates up to 300 delegates 23 breakout rooms including a Video Conference and 2 PC training suites. Residential accommodation available at the onsite Express by Holiday Inn Hotel. Lifts are available to all floors for delegates with special access requirements and an induction loop is fitted for our clients with hearing impairments. Free WiFi is available to all delegates Carnegie Conference Centre Halbeath, Dunfermline, KY11 8DY www.carnegieconferencecentre.co.uk info@carnegieconferencecentre.co.uk Call 0844 248 0119

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Carnegie College Halbeath Dunfermline Fife KY11 8DY

We aim to ensure accuracy in all our published information. However, circumstances outwith our control can lead to future change. If this has been your experience, you have our sincere apologies. Carnegie College cannot accept liability for any loss or damage arising in respect of any statement contained in this information. Course dates and costs are subject to change and are correct at time of going to press. This information does not form part of a formal contract and we reserve the right to refuse admission. Š2009 Carnegie College, All Rights Reserved Published 2009


Training Directory 2009