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4 courses match your search at this college:
Civil Engineering HNC - part-time - 2018:19
This programme will give you the relevant vocational knowledge and skills to pursue a career in civil engineering, enabling you to apply critical reasoning and analysis to solve engineering problems using the appropriate UK and EU codes of practice and industry standards.
civil,engineering,construction,HNC, civil engineering

Construction HNC - part-time - 2018:19
This programme is designed for those who wish to develop their career within the professional, managerial, administrative or technician areas of the construction industry. It is intended to enable you to take further responsibility for design, research work and site operations.
civil engineering,construction,HNC

Early Childhood Studies BA (Hons) top up - full-time - 2018:19
This programme builds on knowledge and skills developed at foundation degree level. It is also ideally suited to those who are employed in schools or nurseries or who wish to pursue the registered teacher's scheme or graduate teacher's scheme.
childcare,child care,child welfare,social work,social studies

Early Years Foundation Degree FdA - 2018:19
This programme is intended for students wishing to work professionally with children aged 0-8 years (or who are already working with children in this age group) wishing to study for a higher level qualification. It aims to equip you to play professional roles in the early years sector. You will develop knowledge and skills that will enable you to participate in planning, evaluating and implementing the education and care of young children from 0-8 years and will use this knowledge and understanding to support your practical work with children in the workplace. It is fundamental to the approach of the programme that theory and practical work are inter-related.
childcare, early, childhood, degree, foundation, child, baby, childcare, child care, social studies, social work, health care, child welfare


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