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Competent Person Confined Spaces Refresher Course - CPD Certified

This Competent Person Confined Spaces Refresher course delivers 7 hours Accredited *CPD classroom and practical instruction. The course involves the presence of one or more people, positioned outside the confined space, who have designated responsibilities for controlling the entry into the confined space. The practical element of this course may involve vertical entry using a ladder and fall arrest/recovery winch or man-riding winch. It can also involve horizontal entry, such as walking or climbing into the confined space or working away from the bottom of a vertical entry, with limited use of a rescue lines.

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Competent Person Mechanical and Pressure Systems - City & Guilds

This is aimed at mechanical staff with responsibility for the operation or maintenance of installed mechanical plant and who may be nominated as a Competent or Skilled Person within their organisation.

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Competent Person Ventilation Course - City & Guilds

To provide attendees with the necessary information to enable them to understand the duties and responsibilities of the nominated Competent Person (Ventilation) as detailed within HTM 03-01, and other associated guidance.

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Confined Spaces Course Authorised Person - CPD Certified

This course has been developed to follow the advice outlined in the Safe Work in Confined Spaces, Confined Spaces Regulations 1997, Approved Code of Practice, Regulations and Guidance L101, MoD Chapter 6 and NHS HTM's/Procedures for Confined Spaces.

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Confined Spaces Refresher Authorised Person - CPD Certified

Where applicable this course follows the advice given in the Safe Work in Confined Spaces; Confined Spaces Regulations 1997, Approved Code of Practice, Regulations and Guidance L101, MoD Chapter 6 and NHS HTM’s / Procedures for Confined Spaces.

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Creative Legal Labelling

This new 2-day course aims to answer a multitude of questions relating to labelling and the new Food Information Regulations. Day 1 will cover detailed information on the new EU and UK Regulations as well as proposed guidance from DEFRA on their implementation along with allergen labelling guidance from BRC. Day 2 will focus on current legislation on labelling and food additives and the marketing aspects of labelling and nutrition & health claims, including guidance on the use of marketing terms such as 'pure' 'fresh' or 'natural'.

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Diploma in Perfoming Engineering Operations

This level 2 qualification concentrates on basic engineering skills from a range engineering sectors. Units can be selected to meet the needs of individuals to ensure skills which are directly relevant to their own industry are developed.

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Electrical & Electronic Engineering: Foundation Degree

All teaching staff have relevant industrial experience and students will also benefit from studying in an institution that delivers advanced courses in engineering not only to UK national companies, but also to international companies, including those in Vehicle Manufacture, Transport (road and rail), Aerospace, Communications and Broadcast Engineering, Food and Beverage Production and a wide range of general engineering companies. A major component of the course is the Project module in which students are engaged on a personal engineering project of commercial significance. This enables the student to apply much of the knowledge and skills gained on the course to a realistic project at advanced level, and of significant benefit to their employer.

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Electronic & Control Engineering: Foundation Degree

In your first year, you will cover important subjects such as maths, science and management that give you the perfect foundations for further study. You will learn about health and safety principles, robot technology, programmable logic controllers and different processes of design. Your first year also covers an Analogue and Digital Electronics module looking at transistor theory, operational amplifiers, power supplies, and combinational and sequential logic.

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Electronic Engineering Diploma Level 2

This course is suitable for you if you enjoy a challenge. You will gain the skills you need to gain employment in some of the skills shortages areas around the installation of new products. You can specialise in consumer and commercial electronics or domestic electrical appliances. There is also a signal reception pathway for those who install television reception equipment.

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Industry Approved Programme
This mark means the programme has been created in conjuntion with the food & drink industry and approved by leading industry experts to include the specific elements employers will be looking for in the future.