This course aims to equip learners with the skills to demonstrate understanding of the role and approaches to strategic planning to meet organisations’ vision and objectives, and to be able to formulate, evaluate and monitor appropriate strategies to meet objectives.
This course has two themes: firstly, the demonstration of critical understanding of the practical tools, techniques, operations and activities of the marketing process. and second, the marketing decisions on which effective marketing management and planning are based. These two themes divide the operational marketing activities from the management decisions, and learners will develop diagnostic skills in both themes of the unit so that they become familiar with processes related to marketing activities and communications.
This course enables the learner to demonstrate an understanding of international business and marketing on a worldwide scale. It covers the trends in international business activities and explains how marketing principles are applied internationally to plan and enter new overseas markets.
This course is designed to develop the students’ ability to:
Understand the key role and responsibilities of an assessor
Successfully observe and assess candidates in the workplace or training environment
Plan, allocate and inspect work in their individual area of responsibility
Collect and assess evidence of competence
Successfully carry out all assessment activities, make decisions and provide thorough feedback
Assess vocational competencies in a variety of qualifications
Gain the skills and knowledge to assess vocational and training abilities using a range of assessment methods
Understand the key principles and processes of assessment strategies
Become successful in their chosen field as well as in their chosen career path
Monitor and maintain records, analyse deficiencies, and lead corrective action effortsThe TQUK Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training is suitable for teachers, trainers and tutors working in further education, adult and community learning or work-based training within public, private, voluntary or community organisations.It can meet the needs of a range of trainee teachers, including:
Planning and developing schemes of work
Delivering learning sessions
Developing teaching and learning strategies
A range of optional units are available, including some units from the Learning and Development suite. These units require practice to be assessed.
Learners must be willing to undertake an initial assessment of their skills in English, mathematics and ICT, record their development needs and follow an action plan.
The purpose of the Level 5 is to develop the knowledge and skills required by managers and leaders. Achieving the qualification should enable learners to innovate and respond to a changing environment and to meet challenges and opportunities within the sector.
The aim of this course is to enable learners to demonstrate an understanding of aspects of the law of contract and tort and show the skill to apply them, particularly in business situations. Learners will be able to explain how the law of tort differs from the law of contract and examine issues of liability in negligence relating to business and how to avoid it.
First identified over 70 years ago, autism is a lifelong developmental disability affecting how a person communicates with and relates to others, and how they make sense of the world. It is a spectrum condition; all people on the spectrum share certain difficulties, but their condition will affect them in different ways. Around 700,000 people in the UK are on the spectrum, 1 in every 100 people. There are no blood tests or brain scans that will detect autism - so what exactly are we talking about? Does autism actually exist?
This course provides perspectives from people on the autism spectrum about how autism is defined and experienced. The course will enable learners to recognise the strengths and challenges experienced by many autistic people and how to respond to create enabling environments.