Course Profolio (click on the any link below for more information)

Diploma for IT uses Level 2- Accredited by City and Guilds

Qualification Summary

These qualifications are for anyone who uses IT. The IT User qualifications can help your learners increase skills and confidence in a range of areas including word-processing, animation and web design.


Business Administration NVQ Level 2 and Level 3 - Accredited by EDI International

EDI’s vocational qualifications are developed in collaboration with industry and used by students and employers as a benchmark for practical skills and quality. They include new  Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) qualifications and National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs).


Health and Social Care NVQ Level 2 - Accredited by City and Guilds

Qualification Summary

This qualification is aimed at those who support and assist individuals with their physical or emotional care, daily living needs or maintaining their independence. It is extremely relevant for home care assistants, community support assistants, healthcare assistants, and residential or day service assistants. 


Customer Care NVQ Level 2- Accredited by EDI International

Qualification Summary

This qualification is designed for those working in Customer Service To achieve this qualification, candidates must complete four mandatory units which cover: give customers a positive impression; deliver reliable customer service; develop customer relationships; and resolve customer service problems. Candidates must also complete one unit from a choice of four optional units which cover: support improvements; develop personal performance; promote additional products or services; and process customer service information.


Basic Skills - Accredited by EDI International and Trinity College London

Numeracy

Entry Level

Level 1 and Level 2

Literacy

Entry Level

Level 1 and Level 2

ESOL Skills for Life

The Trinity ESOL Skills for Life examinations are designed specifically in accordance with the Adult ESOL Core Curriculum. They are designed for:

* Settled communities
* Refugees and asylum seekers
* Migrant workers
* Partners and spouses of learners settled in UK