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PEARSON IN PRACTICE

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Build the skills you need by learning direct from the professionals

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PEARSON IN PRACTICE

The Pearson in Practice ICT Advanced Apprenticeship programme is, I believe the perfect platform for young people to get a job within the IT and Customer Service industry.

Glenn Weaver, Service Desk Manager, Serco.

Contents
Introduction page Information for Employers Information for Learners Apprenticeships: Creative and Digital Media Customer Service Health and Social Care Team Leader/Section Supervisor Improving Operational Performance New ICT New Oracle Java Developer Business Administration Construction Operations 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 3 4 6 Security Services Spectator Safety Logistics Operations Driving Goods Vehicles Warehouse and Storage Coming Soon PR Coming Soon Supply Chain Management Training programmes: Logic4training Pearson in Practice Training Courses Vocational Qualications Commercial Training 25 29 33 37 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

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Introduction

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Pearson in Practice changes lives, businesses and economies by providing high quality, industry-specic training and qualications. This is achieved through Apprenticeships, work-based, technical and specialised training programmes. We give people the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours that lead to successful jobs and careers, with an emphasis on the safety and well-being of self and others. We also help governments, businesses and other organisations to build skills, improve efficiency, increase productivity and gain competitive edge.
By working across many industry sectors all vital to growth the world-class training we deliver helps build the skills-base and makes a signicant contribution to the wider economy. Every year, we provide thousands of high quality Apprenticeships, work-based and specialised training programmes, which can be delivered nationally and internationally. In the classroom, in the workplace, through distance and e-learning, our expert tutors offer learner-focused, employer-driven training that is built around individual needs and business objectives. As part of Pearson, the worlds leading education company, we help to educate more than 100 million people in 60 countries worldwide. We believe in learning - all kinds of learning for all kinds of people, delivered in a personal style. We believe in its power to change lives, to open doors, to break down barriers, build societies, and offer hope and possibility - because wherever learning ourishes, so do people.

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Information for Employers The right training, to the right people, in the right way
Apprenticeships the Gold Standard of Work-Based training
Pearson in Practice changes businesses and economies by providing worldleading, industry-specic training, qualications and up-skilling. At Pearson in Practice we work with employers and industry experts to deliver Apprenticeship training that is purpose-designed to improve efficiency, increase productivity and create a competitive edge. Apprenticeships are structured training programmes that combine off the job training in the skills that are required to do the job well, with real experience to consolidate the learning and demonstrate the apprentices competency. Our expert tutors, most of whom are experienced industry professionals, deliver learner-focused, employer-driven training that is built around individual needs and business objectives. It is targeted, focused and the best in its class.

We could not have expanded without our Pearson in Practice-trained engineers. They are highly educated in the skills we need, they are focused and enthusiastic, and they are team players, taking great pride in getting high quality work out to customers.

Benets of taking on an Apprentice


There are many proven benets to working with Pearson in Practice and by investing in Apprenticeship training. Apprenticeships:

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Improve the bottom line Fill the skills gaps Motivate the workforce and increases staff retention Build a workforce who have the skills and attitude you need Create a more diverse talent base

Why choose us?


Were part of Pearson, the worlds largest education company so weve a reputation for excellence. Were nationwide, were established and we attract the best candidates. Were with you all the way well help you nd, train and support your apprentices. We offer you a more diverse range of Apprenticeships we know your business is not just one department.

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Why Apprenticeships?

Why do you need an apprentice?


Apprenticeships are the gold standard of work-based learning and they play a central role in the Governments plans for growing skills in the economy. They are considered an effective way of creating a workforce that has the skills and the attitude that employers want and need. Apprenticeships are designed with the support of the industry and offer a structured programme that combines off-the-job training in the skills that are needed to do the job well, with real experience to consolidate the learning and demonstrate the apprentices competency.

77% of employers
believe Apprenticeships make them more competitive

76% say that


Apprenticeships provide higher overall productivity

Benets to taking on an apprentice


There are many benets to taking on an apprentice and working with Pearson in Practice, these include:

Improves the bottom line Fills the skills gaps Motivates the workforce and increases staff retention More cost effective than hiring skilled staff Builds a workforce that has the right skills and attitude Creates a more diverse talent base Safety-rst culture instilled

80% feel that


Apprenticeships reduce staff turnover

88% believe that


Apprenticeships lead to a more motivated and satised workforce*

*www.apprenticeships.org.uk

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Information for Learners


WHY BECOME AN APPRENTICE?

Apprentices can earn 100,000 more during their working lives than other employees.

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Information for Learners Apprenticeships a proven way to a sustainable and rewarding career

Pearson in Practice changes lives, businesses and economies by providing worldleading, industry-specic training, qualications and skill development.

The course is difficult, but anyone prepared to go the extra mile will do well. Its very intensive learning, and it is a good place to learn. Apprentices are encouraged to behave like professionals and given the respect they deserve, its not like learning at school or college.

Why an Apprenticeship?
Dont fancy going to university? Would you rather be in work, earning money while picking up skills and qualications? Then you should perhaps consider an Apprenticeship. An Apprenticeship is a real job for a real employer, and they are available in nearly any industry you can think of. An apprentice learns on-the-job, undertaking qualications while gaining essential work experience earning while learning. Our Apprenticeships have been designed with the help of industry experts and our own experienced tutors to deliver learner-focused training that can lead to a rewarding and sustainable career. Apprenticeships are usually delivered part on-the-job and part off-the-job at a location suitable to you, or through distance and e-learning. Apprenticeships are open to anyone over age 16 living in England and not taking part in full-time education.

Jordan McFarlane - Pearson in Practice Apprentice

Benets to becoming an Apprentice


There are many benets to undertaking an Apprenticeship with one of Pearson in Practices partner employers. For more information please contact: w: www.pearsoninpractice.com e: pearsoninpracticeinfo@pearson.com t: 0115 973 9200

Earn money, get qualied, gain experience Receive relevant training in your chosen trade and improve your career prospects Gain nationally-recognised qualications Learn job-specic skills

Why choose us?


Were part of Pearson, the worlds largest education company. That means quality comes rst. And so do you Were a national provider, that means we have more employer links and more opportunities for you We offer a combination of learning delivery styles so you get more out of your Apprenticeship We have excellent success were at 92% completion rate for our ICT programme, for example

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Advanced Apprenticeships Creative and Digital Media Apprenticeships

Why this course?


Digital marketing continues to evolve at a ferocious pace. Online research, digital marketing, social media, mobile technologies, animation and search engine optimisation are highly effective ways to establish a presence and create the right impression in a competitive marketplace. We offer an Advanced Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media. The programme is designed for any company or any individual that is interested in using creative and digital media, and is particularly suited to marketing or advertising agencies, web developers or PR companies who want to stay ahead of their competitors. It is also relevant to in-house teams who want to improve their digital output without incurring high outsourcing costs. This course is unique in that it also includes Adobe Certied Associate Certication, which covers training in Adobe products such as Photoshop, Flash or Dreamweaver.

Entry requirements
English GCSE grade A-C. In exceptional cases, highly motivated applicants with the right attitude may be accepted onto the programme.

Career progression
The course offers an effective route into many entry level positions across creative and digital media.

Location
London and Manchester

Duration
The programme runs for around 9 months. All apprentices will complete 8 weeks of off-the-job training at a Pearson in Practice Training Centre where they will gain an understanding of the industry and the employment opportunities it offers.

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Level 3 Diploma in Creative and Digital Media Competence (QCF) Level 3 Certicate in Creative and Digital Media (QCF) Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication Key Skills/Functional Skills: Information and Communication Technology Adobe Certied Associate Certication

For more information please contact: w: pearsoninpractice.com t: 0845 055 6404 e: pearsoninpracticesales@pearson.com

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Customer Service Apprenticeships

Why this course?


Businesses around the world invest heavily in customer service professionals in order to establish and develop customer loyalty, and in turn, secure revenue. Customer service skills are transferable across sectors, enabling apprentices to choose from a wide career path. Our Apprenticeship programmes provide apprentices with the practical skills they need to secure and succeed within customer service roles. We offer an Intermediate and Advanced Apprenticeship in Customer Service.

Entry requirements
No formal qualications are required for Level 2, although a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject are essential.

Career progression
Level 2 (Intermediate) Customer Service Trainee Customer Service Assistant Customer Service Agent Customer Service Representative Level 3 (Advanced) Customer Relationship Manager Customer Relationship Co-ordinator Customer Service Team Leader

Duration
The Intermediate programme runs for approximately 9 months, the Advanced for approximately 12 months. All apprentices will complete part of their training in the workplace and part in a Pearson in Practice Training Centre.

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel Level 2 (Intermediate) Certicate/Diploma in Customer Service or Edexcel Level 3 (Advanced) Certicate/Diploma in Customer Service Edexcel Level 2 (Intermediate) BTEC Certicate in Customer Service or Edexcel Level 3 (Advanced) BTEC Certicate in Customer Service Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication

Location
Nationwide

All apprentices will develop their awareness and responsibilities for health and safety and will gain communication, presentation and team working skills.

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Advanced Apprenticeships Health and Social Care Apprenticeships

Why this course?


The health and social care sector comprises over 2 million people employed by the NHS, as well as other voluntary and private healthcare providers. The range of roles within the sector is varied, with the NHS careers website listing around 300 different jobs. Our Intermediate or Advanced Level Apprenticeship equips apprentices with key skills which will help them pursue employment within the industry.

Entry requirements
No formal qualications are required for Level 2, although a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject are essential.

Duration
The Intermediate programme runs for approximately 12 months, the Advanced programme for approximately 18 months. All apprentices will complete part of their training in the workplace and part in a Pearson in Practice Training Centre.

Career progression
Level 2 (Intermediate) Care Assistant/Worker Personal Assistant Relief Team Worker Night Care Assistant Domiciliary Care Key Worker Mental Health Support Worker Level 3 (Advanced) Care Officer Care Supervisors Senior Care Worker Social Work Assistant

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel Level 2 (Intermediate) Diploma in Health and Social Care or Edexcel Level 3 (Advanced) Diploma in Health and Social Care Edexcel Level 2 (Intermediate) BTEC Certicate in Preparing to work in Adult Social Care or Edexcel Level 3 BTEC Certicate in Preparing to work in Adult Social Care Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication

Location
Nationwide

For more information please contact: w: www.pearsoninpractice.com e: pearsoninpracticeinfo@pearson.com t: 0115 973 9200

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Team Leader/Section Supervisor Apprenticeships

Why this course?


This Intermediate level Apprenticeship provides apprentices with the essential skills they need to succeed in team leader/supervisor roles. Apprentices will develop an understanding of how to manage personal development, establish working relationships, manage conict, as well as how to participate in and lead meetings.

Entry requirements
No formal qualications are required, although a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject are essential.

Duration
The programme runs for approximately 18 months through a mix of off and on-the-job training.

Career progression
Learners will complete the Apprenticeship as well-placed candidates for management/team leading roles across a variety of industries and sectors.

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel Level 2 Certicate in Team Leading Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication 11 Apprenticeships Team Leader/Section Supervisor

Location
Nationwide

For more information please contact: w: www.pearsoninpractice.com e: pearsoninpracticeinfo@pearson.com t: 0115 973 9200

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Advanced Apprenticeships Improving Operational Performance Apprenticeships

Why this course?


The Improving Operational Performance Apprenticeship is suitable for anyone whose work involves improving business performance. A key part of the programme is Business Improvement Techniques (B-IT) which benets organisations in all Sectors where there is a need to review business processes in order to identify and eliminate waste and improve quality. The Apprenticeship will help employers improve their operational performance through developing the skills of staff to improve the productivity and protability of any organisation.

Entry requirements
No formal qualications are required although this pathway would particularly suitable for those people who are good at problem solving and enjoy organising activities.

Career progression
Quality Control Officer Process Operator Engineering Operative Manufacturing Operative Project Officer Project Manager Administrator IT Officer

Duration
The programme runs for approximately 9 months through a mix of off and onthe-job training.

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel BTEC Level 2 Certicate in Lean Organisation Management Techniques (QCF) Edexcel Level 2 Diploma in Business Improvement Techniques (QCF) Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication

Location
Nationwide

For more information please contact: w: www.pearsoninpractice.com e: pearsoninpracticeinfo@pearson.com t: 0115 973 9200

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ICT Advanced Apprenticeships

Why this course?


The ICT industry currently has more job vacancies than qualied people to ll them, which means that there is a demand for people with the right skills and qualications across all sectors of business. We work closely with employers to identify and develop talented and motivated IT professionals so that they have the right skills for todays businesses. This apprenticeship is aimed at those people looking to enter the industry as an IT professional in a range of areas, such as IT Support, Hardware Engineer, Field Technician or Technical Support Analyst.

Entry Requirements
Minimum of 4 GCSE grades A-C. In exceptional cases, highly motivated applicants with the right attitude may be accepted onto the programme.

Career Progression
The ICT Advanced Apprenticeship can lead to a range of career options within the IT sector.

Duration
This programme runs for 9 months for all learners between the ages of 16- 24. Prior to the start of the programme you will attend workshops for 8 weeks where you will receive advice, guidance, and free career mentoring to help you in writing a CV, searching and applying for a job, preparing for an interview and advice on overall career progression. Every learner will have six weeks of training within a state of the art Pearson in Practice Training Centre at the start of the apprenticeship. A second period of training of 3 or 6 weeks will be agreed with the employer and will take place between week 9 and the end of the programme.** During this time the apprentice will complete technical training whilst gaining key business skills and internationally recognised vendor qualications.

Location
Nationwide

All learners will study for the following qualications:

Microsoft Technology Associate (Networking Fundamentals & Windows Operating Systems Fundamentals) CompTIA A+ Advanced Apprenticeship for IT, Software, Web and Telecoms Professionals

Optional (further week) Microsoft Certied Technology Specialist (MCTS 70 - 680)* For the remainder of the apprenticeship you will be working with your employer and will put into practice the skills you have learnt during your training.

* Alternative qualications available on request ** Delivery model information available on request.

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Advanced Apprenticeships Oracle Java Developer Advanced Apprenticeships


in partnership with Oracle University Why this course?
With over 1.3 million Oracle professionals in the world today, the Oracle Certication programme is a recognised industry standard. Oracle certications are tangible benchmarks of experience and expertise that provide measurable benets to employers who are looking for employees who will help them gain competitive advantage through their Oracle technologies. Oracle provides the worlds most complete business software and hardware systems and plenty of opportunities for qualied IT professionals. We work closely with employers to identify and develop talented and motivated IT professionals so that they have the right skills for todays businesses. This apprenticeship is aimed at those people looking to enter the industry as an IT professional in a range of areas related to Oracle Java, such as Programmer, Developer, Java Support or Mobile Technologies.

Entry Requirements
Minimum of 4 GCSE grades A-C. In exceptional cases, highly motivated applicants with the right attitude may be accepted onto the programme.

Career Progression
The Oracle Java Advanced Apprenticeship can lead to a range of career options within the IT sector.

Location
London

Duration
This programme runs for 9 months for all learners between the ages of 16- 24. Prior to the start of the programme you will attend workshops for 8 weeks where you will receive advice, guidance, and free career mentoring to help you in writing a CV, searching and applying for a job, preparing for an interview and advice on overall career progression. Every learner will have six weeks of training within a state of the art Pearson in Practice Training Centre at the start of the apprenticeship. A second period of training of 3 or 6 weeks will be agreed with the employer and will take place between week 9 and the end of the programme.** During this time the apprentice will complete technical training whilst gaining key business skills and internationally recognised vendor qualications.

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Oracle Certied Associate, Java SE 7 Programmer Microsoft Technology Associate (Software Development Fundamentals) Advanced Apprenticeship for IT, Software, Web and Telecoms Professionals

Optional (further week) Oracle Certied Professional, Java SE 7 Programmer For the remainder of the apprenticeship you will be working with your employer and will put into practice the skills you have learnt during your training.

** Delivery model information available on request.

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Business Administration Apprenticeships

Why this course?


Business Administration is a fundamental part of corporate and non-corporate operations. This Apprenticeship enables apprentices to develop and establish a variety of administrative skills and improve their communication and IT prociency. We offer an Intermediate and an Advanced Apprenticeship in Business Administration.

Entry requirements
No formal qualications are required for Level 2, although a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject are essential.

Career progression
Level 2 (Intermediate) Administrator Junior Legal Secretary Junior Medical Secretary Medical Receptionist Office Junior Receptionist Level 3 (Advanced) Administration Executive/Officer Administration Team Leader Personal Assistants or Secretary Legal Secretary Medical Secretary

Duration
The Intermediate programme runs for approximately 9 months through a mix of off and on-the-job training, the Advanced programme runs for approximately 12 months.

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel Level 2 (Intermediate) Certicate/Diploma in Business and Administration or Edexcel Level 3 (Advanced) Certicate/Diploma in Business and Administration Edexcel Level 2 (Intermediate) BTEC Certicate in Principles of Business and Administration or Edexcel Level 3 (Advanced) BTEC Certicate in Principles of Business and Administration Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication

Location
Nationwide

For more information please contact: w: www.pearsoninpractice.com e: pearsoninpracticeinfo@pearson.com t: 0115 973 9200

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Advanced Apprenticeships Construction Operations Apprenticeships

Why this course?


More than 2 million people 1 in 14 of the UK workforce currently work in construction and the built environment. Construction and surrounding industries continue to be a key driver in the UK economy. Of those working in construction, at least 2 out of 5 work in the skilled trades and most trained as an apprentice. Our Apprenticeship programmes establish a wide variety of construction skills. Our Intermediate (Level 2) Apprenticeship is suitable for new entrants as well as those who are already employed. This Apprenticeship equips apprentices with the Intermediate level skills they need to succeed in the construction industry. The skills gained in our Advanced (Level 3) are for more experienced employees who seek the skills for supervisor positions.

Entry requirements
No formal qualications are required for Level 2, although a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject are essential.

Career progression
Construction Operative Site Supervisor (Advanced)

Location
Nationwide

Duration
The Level 2 programme runs for approximately 12 months, the advanced for 12 18, through a mix of off and on-the-job training.

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel Level 2 (Intermediate) Diploma in Construction Operations or Edexcel Level 3 (Advanced) in Construction Operations CAA Level 2 Diploma in Construction Operations- General Construction (Intermediate) Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication For more information please contact: w: www.pearsoninpractice.com e: pearsoninpracticeinfo@pearson.com t: 0115 973 9200

All apprentices will develop key industry specic skills and advance towards obtaining the CSCS Card.

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Security Services Apprenticeships

Why this course?


This Intermediate level Apprenticeship provides apprentices with an understanding of the importance of security and loss prevention. Apprentices will also gain conict management and communication skills, and will be able to establish effective relationships.

Entry requirements
No formal qualications are required for Level 2, although a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject are essential.

Duration
The programme runs for approximately 12 months through a mix of off and on-the-job training.

Career progression
Door Supervisor CCTV Supervisor Security Officer

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel Level 2 Certicate in Providing Security Services Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication

Location
Nationwide

For more information please contact: w: www.pearsoninpractice.com e: pearsoninpracticeinfo@pearson.com t: 0115 973 9200

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Advanced Apprenticeships Spectator Safety Apprenticeships

Why this course?


This Intermediate level Apprenticeship equips apprentices with the skills they need to manage conict, support team members and effectively prepare for spectator events. Apprentices will also discover how to control the entry, exit and movement of crowds.

Entry requirements
No formal qualications are required for Level 2, although a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject are essential.

Duration
The programme runs for approximately 12 months through a mix of off and on-the-job training.

Career progression
Steward Safety Marshall Ground Safety Assistant

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel BTEC Level 2 Certicate in Spectator Safety Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication

Location
Nationwide

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Logistics Operations Apprenticeships

Why this course?


Logistics skills are paramount to the effective operation of companies across the globe. Our Apprenticeship Programmes provide apprentices with role-specic customer service and operational skills. They will also develop an understanding of health and safety issues and information and procedures relating to the collection and delivery of loads. We offer two Apprenticeship programmes; Level 2 Intermediate and Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Logistics Operations.

Entry requirements
Apprentices must be 19 years of age or older. No formal qualications are required for Level 2, although a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject are essential.

Duration
The programme runs for approximately 18 months through a mix of off and on-the-job training.

Career progression
Level 2 (Intermediate) Logistics Operative Stock Control Assistant Replenishment Assistant Transport Planner Vehicle Parts Operative Level 3 (Advanced) Logistics Manager Stock Control Manager Replenishment Manager

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel BTEC Level 2 (Intermediate) Certicate in Logistics Operations (QCF) or Edexcel BTEC Level 3 (Advanced) Certicate in Logistics Operations (QCF) Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication

Location
Nationwide

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Advanced Apprenticeships Driving Goods Vehicles Apprenticeships Van; Rigid Vehicle; Articulated or Drawbar Vehicle
Why this course?
The economy relies on the efficient movement of goods. In recent times, transport service companies in England have reported a combination of skills gaps and shortages. These include communications, literacy and numeracy. Our Apprenticeship programme provides apprentices with skills in all of these areas. Apprentices will also develop their customer service and route planning skills and will learn the importance of load protection. We offer a Intermediate and an Advanced Apprenticeship in Driving Goods Vehicles.

Entry requirements
Apprentices must be 19 years of age or older. No formal qualications are required for Level 2, although a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject are essential.

Career progression
Level 2 (Intermediate) Van Driver Rigid Vehicle Articulated/Drawbar Driver Level 3 (Advanced) Van Driver Rigid Vehicle Articulated/Drawbar Driver

Duration
The Intermediate programme runs for approximately 9 months, the Advanced for approximately 12 months. They are delivered through a mix of off and onthe-job-training.

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel Level 2 (Intermediate) Certicate in Driving Goods Vehicle or Edexcel Level 3 (Advanced) Diploma in Driving Goods Vehicles Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication

Location
Nationwide

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Warehousing and Storage Apprenticeships Logistics Operative


Why this course?
This Intermediate level Apprenticeship equips apprentices with key role-specic skills, such as how to handle and store goods. Apprentices will also develop customer service skills which employers require.

Entry requirements
No formal qualications are required, although a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject are essential.

Duration
The programme runs for approximately 12 months through a mix of off and on-the-job training.

Career progression
Goods-In Operator Stock Control Operator Warehousing Officer Warehouse Operative Logistics Operative

Apprentices study for the following qualications:


Edexcel Level 2 Certicate in Warehousing and Storage Key Skills/Functional Skills: Application of Number Key Skills/Functional Skills: Communication

Location
Nationwide

For more information please contact: w: www.pearsoninpractice.com e: pearsoninpracticeinfo@pearson.com t: 0115 973 9200

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Advanced Apprenticeships Public Relations Higher Level Apprenticeships


COMING SOON SEPTEMBER 2012

Why this course?


Working with the PRCA, Skills CFA @ WORK and Edexcel, Pearson in Practice have led the development of a Higher Apprenticeship for the PR industry. Responding to employers requests for an apprenticeship programme which enables the recruitment of talented non-graduates into the PR industry, this programme has been developed through the involvement of over 100 PR companies including Grayling, Shine Communications, Mustard Communications, Hillingdon Council and Proctor and Gamble. Our apprenticeship programme also offers the opportunity for existing PR employees to develop their skills and gain an industry recognised qualication. Further information on this new apprenticeship programme can be found at www.prapprenticeships.com.

Entry Requirements
English GCSE grade A-C. Each PR company or in house department will determine their own entry requirements, but a willingness to learn, aptitude for creativity and high level grammar and writing skills are essential.

Career progression
The course offers an effective route into the PR and Creative Media industries and can lead to careers in the public, private and 3rd sectors.

Duration
The programme is still under development but is likely to run for between 12 and 18 months, and involve training in the workplace, in training centres and online training.

Location
Nationwide

Apprentices study for the following qualications:

Edexcel Level 4 Diploma in Public Relations English Maths Information and Communication Technology

All apprentices will develop their understanding of the PR industry, presentation and research skills, writing effective communications, planning and delivering campaigns and selling into the media. Employers can choose from a range of additional optional units including for example, social media, events, budgets and crisis PR depending on their business focus.

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Supply Chain Management Apprenticeships


COMING SOON SEPTEMBER 2012

Why this Course?


Every organisation has to buy goods and services and this means that Supply Chain people work everywhere from global corporations to market stalls. For many organisations, their biggest cost is the goods and services bought from third parties. This includes all the costs of managing supply including purchasing, expediting, inventory management, delivery and receipt of goods and quality control. Supply chains within and across all other sectors are reliant on the effectiveness of the people who work within them. Apprentices can work as Supply Chain Officers making sure goods are ordered and delivery of them is tracked. Advanced Apprentices may work as Supply Chain Managers, ensuring suppliers are supplying or delivering goods correctly.

Entry Requirements
Employers are looking to attract applicants who have a keen interest in working in a Supply Chain role in the Logistics Sector. They must be willing to work shifts if required, as part of a team and be good timekeepers. Employers are also interested in applicants who have basic literacy, numeracy and ICT skills on which this Intermediate/Advanced/ Higher Apprenticeship will build. Applicants to this Intermediate/ Advanced/Higher Apprenticeship will be a mix of ages and experience. As a guide, applicants may come from a range of routes including:

Duration
12 months

Apprentices study for the following qualications:


Level 2 Supply Chain Operations Certicate in Supply Chain Operations Application of Numbers Level 1 Communications Level 1 Information Communication Technology Level 1 Employees Rights and Responsibilities Personal Learning and Thinking Skills Level 3 Diploma in Supply Chain Management Certicate in Supply Chain Operations Application of Numbers Level 2 Communications Level 2 Information Communication Technology Level 2 Employees Rights and Responsibilities Personal Learning and Thinking Skills

Work or work experience Training and/or experience which could include a portfolio showing what they have done foundation learning at level 1 any of the Key Skills or Functional Skills Young Apprenticeship Traffic Office Intermediate Apprenticeship Warehousing and Storage Intermediate Apprenticeship Driving Goods Vehicles Intermediate Apprenticeship International Trade and Logistics Operations Intermediate Apprenticeship any of the (14-19) Diplomas including Retail Business which has logistics content vocational or academic qualication(s)

Career Progression
Supply Chain Specialist Supply Chain Analyst Supply Chain Manager

Location
Nationwide

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Training Programmes

TRAINING PROGRAMMES

INTRODUCTION COMMERCIAL TRAINING GOVERNMENT FUNDED TRAINING EMPLOYER FUNDED TRAINING

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Logic4training

Premier training in gas, oil, electrical, plumbing and renewables


Logic4training, part of Pearson in Practice, is the South Easts premier training and assessment provider for the gas, oil, electrical, plumbing and renewable industries, with centres in Basildon, Northolt and Luton. Logic4training comprises modern, purpose-built centres, which offer a comfortable, relaxed and professional training environment. Our experienced team of trainers and assessors provide a high level of teaching and assistance during our courses. Most of our custom comes through word-of-mouth recommendations and repeat bookings. Our modern and spacious air-conditioned units offer ample parking with easy access by road or underground. We supply all safety equipment, tools, documents and refreshments. Lunch is provided free in our own canteen. Like all Pearson in Practice training, Logic4training courses have been designed with both the learner and the industry in mind. For more information on Logic4training please contact: Tel: Email: Web: 0845 845 7222 enquiries@logic4training.co.uk www.logic4training.co.uk

We offer many courses in the elds of gas, electrical, oil, renewables and plumbing

Domestic Natural Gas Safety Commercial Natural Gas Safety Commercial Catering LPG Electrical Courses OFTEC Oil Renewable Energy Courses Heating and Water Related Courses F-Gas Refrigeration Handling Safety Management Courses (Gas) Health and Safety Training Courses

More information can be found in the table overleaf.

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Codes Course DOMESTIC NATURAL GAS Packages Initial Core Gas Safety Training & Assessment CCN1 - CKR1 - HTR1 - CENWAT Re - Assessment Core Gas Safety Training & Assessment CCN1 - CKR1 - HTR1 - CENWAT Core gas safety individual category (training) Core gas safety individual category (assessment) Appliances Central heating boilers/hot water heaters (CPA1 required) Cookers Space heaters (including gas res and wall heaters) (CPA1 required) Warm air heating appliances Meters Tumble dryers Combustion Performance Analysis New Entrants Course for Domestic Gas APL Foundation Course Approved Prior Learning 10 day Course LPG ACS Training & Assessment Change over from Natural Gas to LPG (Training) Change over from Natural Gas to LPG (Assessment) inc CONGLP1 LAV CONGLP1 RPH CONGLP1 B HTRLP2 (Leisure) (Residential Park Homes) (Boats) (Closed Flue Fires) COMMERCIAL NATURAL GAS Packages CODNCO1, ICPN1, TPCP1A, CIGA1, CORT1, CDGA1 COCN1, ICPN1, TPCP1A, CIGA1, CORT1, CDGA1 COCN1 CODNCO1 Commercial changeover package Commercial Core gas safety package 8 days Commercial Core natural gas safety (Training) Commercial Core natural gas safety (Assessment) Changeover domestic natural gas to commercial natural gas (Training) Changeover domestic natural gas to commercial natural gas (Assessment) Domestic to Commercial up-skill package APL Approved Prior Learning programme for commercial heating Pipework Installation rst x of pipework in excess of 35mm for natural gas and LPG (Training) Installation rst x of pipework in excess of 35mm for natural gas and LPG (Assessment) Tightness testing & purging of installation pipework not exceeding 1m3 in volume (Training) Tightness testing & purging of installation pipework not exceeding 1m3 in volume (Assess) Tightness testing & purging of installation pipework exceeding 1m3 in volume (Training) Tightness testing & purging of installation pipework exceeding 1m3 in volume (Assessment) Appliances Commission, service, repair and breakdown of indirect red commercial appliances Commission, service, repair and breakdown of overhead radiant tube heaters and radiant plaque heaters Commission, service, repair and breakdown of direct red commercial appliances Commercial gas boosters medium pressure Commercial gas fuelled engines. This can be carried out on-site. 3 days 2 days 2 days 1 day 8 days 5 days 1/2 day 1/2 day 1 day 1/2 day 2 days 1 day Contact us Contact us Contact us Contact us Contact us 6 days Duration

CCN1 & Appliances (Initial Assessment) CCN1 & Appliances (Re - Assessment) CCN1 CCN1 CENWAT CKR1 HTR1 DAH1 MET1 LAU1 CPA1

5 days 4 days 2 days 2 days Contact us Contact us Contact us Contact us Contact us Contact us Contact us 5 days 10 days 1 day 1 day 1 day

CONGLP1 (Including CONGLP1 PD) LPG Category Package

ICPN1 TPCP1A

TPCP1

CIGA1 CORT1 CDGA1 BMP1(formally CBHP1) CGFE1

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Codes

CODC1, COCATA1

Course COMMERCIAL CATERING Packages ACS changeover from domestic to commercial catering Package COCD1, including COCATA1 changeover domestic to catering appliances

Duration

3 days

CCCN1, COMCAT1 COMCAT3

ACS commercial catering Core package CCCN1, including (boiler burners, open/solid top ranges, hotplate, bain maries) and COMCAT3 (deep fat and pressure fryers, griddle, 5 days grills) Separates Changeover from domestic to commercial catering (must hold CCN1) Commercial catering core natural gas Changeover from domestic to catering appliances Boiler burners, open/solid top ranges, hotplate, bain maries Deep fat and pressure fryers, griddles, grills) Commercial mobile catering (must also hold LPG changeover) ELECTRICAL COURSES BS7671:2008 17th edition wiring regulations Inspection testing & certication of electrical installations to BS7671 From July 2012 we will be offering the new 2394 & 2395 courses which will replace 2391 PAT testing L3 Award in-service inspection & testing of electrical equipment Part P electrical dened & full scope courses Dened scope package including lighting & power levels B&C Level A module to add to above dened scope Level A full scope electrical package Dened scope Part P re-assessment package New AM2 Electrotechnical assessment Achievement measurement 2 (AM2) Electrotechnical assessment AM2 revision AM2 retest OFTEC OIL 1 day 4 days 1 day 1 day 1 day 1 day 3 days 1/2 day 2 days 4 days 1 day 5 days 2 days 3 days Contact Us Contact Us

COCDC1 CCCN1 COCATA1 COMCAT1 COMCAT3 CMC1 City &Guilds 2382-12 City & Guilds 2391 City & Guilds 2377-22

OFTEC Training and Assessment Package OFT10 101, 105E, 600A OFT10101 OFT10 105E OFT10600A OFT50

This package includes training and assessment on the 3 main OFTEC elements OFT10 101, OFT 10 105E and OFT10 600A Domestic/light commercial pressure jet appliance commissioning & servicing Domestic oil ring installation and energy conservation measures in buildings Domestic and non-domestic oil storage and supply installation OFTEC oil ring introductory training course RENEWABLE ENERGY Solar photovoltaic systems course (installer or designer) Solar thermal domestic hot water course (installer or designer) Domestic heat pump installer course (installer or designer) City & Guilds 6020-01 domestic energy assessor course

4 days 2.5 days 1 day 1 day 5 days 3 days 2 days 3 days 5 days

Please contact us for any bespoke courses that we can facilitate on all of the above subject areas

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Codes Course HEATING & WATER RELATED COURSES HWSS hot water systems and safety (incorporating unvented HWS) Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) certicate Legionella prevention and water treatment (operative or management course) Certicate in energy efficiency for domestic heating SAFETY MANAGEMENT COURSES Gas safety awareness and management Electrical safety awareness and management PEB1 Protective equipotential bonding F-GAS REFRIDGERATION COURSES City & Guilds 2079-11 Level 2 certicate in F-Gas & ODS regulations City & Guilds 2079-11 Level 2 certicate in F-Gas & ODS regulations (for experienced operatives) HEALTH & SAFETY COURSES Health & safety awareness The site supervisors safety training Asbestos awareness Fire safety IOSH working safely Manual handling Office safety Working at height including Steps and ladders 1 day 2 days 1/2 day 1/2 day 1/2 day 1/2 day 1/2 day 1/2 day 5 days 3 days 1 day 1 day 1/2 day Duration 1 day 1 day 1 day 1 day

Please contact us for any bespoke courses that we can facilitate on all of the above subject areas For more information on Logic4training please contact: Tel: 0845 845 7222 Email: enquiries@logic4training.co.uk Web: www.logic4training.co.uk

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Pearson in Practice Training Courses

In todays marketplace it is essential that your team operates at peak efficiency whilst also demonstrating appropriate levels of safety awareness. Our growing range of training courses are designed to meet the needs of your industry and ensure that you and your business are fully compliant with legislation. We provide the solution whether you need a comprehensive rolling training programme or a short course delivered urgently. As a leading provider of on-site assessment and training, we understand that modern, specialist training requires a exible approach. Our industryexperienced and accredited trainers deliver courses on-site or, if convenient, at local venues. We aim to minimise downtime and work with you to make sure your expectations are met.

For more information please contact:

w: www.pearsoninpractice.com e: pearsoninpracticeinfo@ pearson.com t: 0115 973 9200

Overleaf is a list of our more popular courses.

Training wherever and whenever you need it


In the classroom, in the workplace, through distance and e-learning, our expert tutors offer learner-focused, employer-driven training that is built around individual needs and business objectives. One size does not t all, and we will work with you to deliver exible, effective and quality training. We deliver training in a number of sectors, including Business Administration, Customer Service, Health and Social Care, Construction and Logistics.

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Courses Abrasive Wheels Abrasive Wheels Achieving Behavioural Change (ABC) Appointed Person (Crane) Asbestos Awareness Cable Avoidance Tool (CAT) & Signal Generator (Genny)/Utility Avoidance Carry and Deliver Goods CDM Regulations Awareness Client Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG) Safety Passport Scheme Conned Space Training - Basic Entry/Awareness Conned Space Training - Entry/Awareness High Risk Conned Space Training - Management & Supervising of Work Conned Space Training - 6150-02 Level 2 C&G Medium Risk Conned Space Training - 6150-03 Level 3 C&G High Risk Conned Space Training - 6150-04 C&G Level 4 Top Man Conned Space Training - 6150-05 Rescue from Conf Space Conned Spaces Awareness Conict Management Counterbalance Forklift & Reach Truck (In-House certication) Counterbalance Forklift & Reach Truck (National certication) NPORS Counterbalance Forklift Truck (In-House certication) Counterbalance Forklift Truck (National certication) NPORS Defensive Driving Techniques for Passenger Carrying Vehicles Digital Tachographs for Managers and Drivers Door Supervision Driving within the Waste Management Industry Emergency First Aider at Work (EFAW) Emergency Response/Basic Life Support Environmental Awareness for Supervisors Excavation Safety (Operatives, Supervisors, Managers) Fire Awareness Fire Coordinator Fire Safety HABC L-1 Fire Safety HABC L-2 Fire Warden Training (In-House) First Aid at Work First Aid at Work (Re-qualication) First Aid Awareness Forklift Refresher Training Fuel-Efficient Driving Handling Goods and Materials Health and Safety Awareness Health and Safety Awareness for Water Jetting Operations Health and Safety Provisions and Customer Services within the Logistics Industry Duration 1/2 day 1 day 1 day 5 days 1/2 day 1/2 day 1 day 1 day 2 day 1 day 2 days 3 days 2 day 3 days 2 day 4 days 1/2 day 1 days 4 days 6 days 3 days 5 days 1day 1/2 day 4 days 1 day 1 day 3 hours 1/2 day 2 day 1/2 day 1/2 day 1/2 day 1 day 1/2 day 3 days 2 days 3 hours 1 day 1 day 1 day 1 day 1 day 1 day Min* Max** Construction Logistics Health Security 6 6 6 8 6 6 8 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 3 3 3 3 8 8 6 7 6 10 6 2 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 10 3 2 8 6 4 7 12 12 20 12 12 12 20 12 16 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 12 15 3 3 3 3 20 20 12 20 16 20 16 8 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 20 3 4 20 20 8 20 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes All

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Courses Infection Control Introduction to IPAF (MEWPs) Experienced Workers Introduction to IPAF (MEWPs) Novice Introduction to Tunnelling and Associated Construction Works IOSH Managing Safely IOSH Working Safely Lifting Duties using 360 Excavator Manual Handling Manual Handling HABC L-2 National CPC New Roads & Street Works Act 1991 (NRSWA): Operative Route New Roads & Street Works Act 1991 (NRSWA): Supervisors Route Mobile Tower Scaffold Awareness Office Safety Awareness On The Road Driver Assessment Paediatric First Aid Paediatric First Aid Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry L-2 Plant Management Safety Training Scheme (PMSTS) Pre and Post Journey Procedures Reaction to Reversing and Low Impact Incidents Reaction to Reversing and Low Impact Incidents Reaction to Speeding Offences and Vehicle Accidents Risk Assessments Route Planning for the Delivery and Collection of Loads Safe Use of Quick Hitches Safety and Security of Loads, Self and Property Safety Harness Awareness Security Guarding Signing, Lighting and Guarding Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) SMSTS Refresher Sports First Aid Steps and Ladders Tachographs and Working Time Regulations Traffic Marshalling/Banksman Transportation of Goods and Materials Tunnelling Skills Safety Passport Working at Height Young Persons First Aid All NPORS Approved Agricultural Tractor Concrete Pump - Trailer Mounted Concrete Pump - Truck Mounted Boom Crane/Lifting Operations

Duration 1/2 day 1 day 2 days 1 day 4 or 5 days 1 day 1/2 day 1/2 day 1 day 6 days 5 days 5 days 1 day 1/2 day 1 day 1 day 2 days 1 day 2 day 5 days 1 day 1/2 day 1 day 1 day 1 day 1 day 1/2 day 1 day 1/2 day 3 days 1/2 day 5 days 2 days 2 days 1/2 day 1/2 day 1 day 1/2 day 1 day 1 day 1/2 day 3 hours

Min* Max** Construction Logistics Health Security 6 3 3 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 4 4 4 6 4 6 6 6 6 6 8 4 4 4 6 7 6 7 6 10 4 6 6 6 6 6 8 6 7 6 6 6 20 6&4 6&4 12 20 20 12 12 12 10 8 8 12 12 4 12 12 12 12 20 20 6 6 6 12 20 12 20 12 15 6 20 20 20 16 12 20 12 20 12 12 16 No Minimum participants are required on these courses. 3 3 3 Max** Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Courses Crawler - Tractor/Dozer Crawler - Tractor/Side Boom Crawler Crane Crusher Dragline Dump Truck - Articulated Chassis Dump Truck - Rigid Chassis Excavator 180deg above 5 tonnes Excavator 180deg below 5 tonnes Excavator 360deg above 10 tonnes Excavator 360deg below 10 tonnes Forklift Side-Loader Forward Tipping Dumper Grader Hoist Industrial Forklift Truck Lifting Operations Loader/Securer - non STGO Loader Compressor Loader/Securer STGO Lorry Loader MEWP - Boom MEWP - Mast Climber MEWP - Scissor Mobile Crane Motorised Scraper Pedestrian Operator Tower Crane Piling Rig - Bored above 15 tonnes Piling Rig - Bored below 15 tonnes Piling Rig - Driven above 15 tonnes Piling Rig - Driven below 15 tonnes Piling Rig - Tripod Reach Truck Ride-on Roller Rough Terrain Masted Forklift Screener Skid Steer Loader Skip Handler Slinger/Signaller Soil/Landll Compactor Telescopic Handler Tower Crane Tracked Loading Shovel Trencher Wheeled Loading Shovel 10 5 10 5 2 2 2 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 5 4 5 4 5 28 3 5 5 10 70 28 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Duration 10 5 10 4 10 5 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 3 10 3 5 Min* Max** Construction Logistics Health Security 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes All

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Vocational Qualications

Why your team needs Vocational Qualications?


Employers and the Government require a safety-focused and qualied workforce. Businesses that develop their workforce by embracing Vocational Qualications put themselves ahead of the curve improving their efficiency, as well as being in the best position to win new contracts. Vocational Qualications provide the ideal way to transform your workforce and business opportunities. They are the national standard, recognised throughout industry and essential for compliance.

For more information please contact:

w: www.pearsoninpractice.com e: pearsoninpracticeinfo@ pearson.com t: 0115 973 9200

Please see overleaf for the full list.

Benets:

If your company is not compliant, competitors may have an advantage Qualied staff are better motivated and more productive Government funding means that in most cases theres little to no cost

We offer Vocational Qualications and QCFs in: Construction, Logistics, Business Administration, Customer Service, and Health and Social Care. Some employers may benet from subsidies from the Skills Funding Agency.

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Vocational Qualications
Module Title Certicate in Spectator Safety (QCF) Level 2 Certicate in Spectator Safety (QCF) Level 3 Certicate in Providing Security Services (QCF) Level 2 - Door Supervision Certicate in Providing Security Services (QCF) Level 2 - Static and Patrol Guarding Diploma in Business Improvement Techniques (QCF) Level 2 Diploma in Business Improvement Techniques (QCF) Level 3 BTEC Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (QCF) Level 3 Certicate in Driving Goods Vehicles (QCF) Level 2 Diploma in Driving Goods Vehicles (QCF) Level 3 Diploma in Passenger Carrying Vehicle Driving (Bus and Coach) (QCF) Level 2 Road Passenger Vehicle Driving Level 2 Certicate in Warehousing and Storage (QCF) Level 2 Certicate in Road Passenger Vehicle Driving (Community Transport) (QCF) Level 2 Certicate in Road Passenger Vehicle Driving (Taxi and Private Hire) (QCF) Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) for England (QCF) Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) for England (QCF) Level 3 Certicate in Customer Service (QCF) Level 2 Diploma in Customer Service (QCF) Level 3 Certicate in Business and Administration (QCF) Level 2 Certicate in Business and Administration (QCF) Level 3 Certicate in Team Leading (QCF) Level 2 Certicate in Management (QCF) Level 3 Diploma in Construction Contracting Operations (QCF) Level 3 - Buying Diploma in Construction Contracting Operations (QCF) Level 3 - Estimating Diploma in Construction Contracting Operations (QCF) Level 3 - General Diploma in Construction Contracting Operations (QCF) Level 3 - Planning Diploma in Construction Contracting Operations (QCF) Level 3 - Surveying Diploma in Construction Operations (QCF) Level 2 - Drainage Construction Diploma in Construction Operations (QCF) Level 2 Excavation and Reinstatement Diploma in Construction Operations (QCF) Level 2 - General Building Operations Diploma in Construction Operations (QCF) Level 2 - General Construction Diploma in Construction Operations (QCF) Level 2 - Laying Kerbs and Channels Diploma in Construction Operations (QCF) Level 2 - Modular Paving Construction Diploma in Construction Operations (QCF) Level 2 - Structural Concreting Diploma in Construction Site Management (QCF) Level 6 - Residential Development Diploma in Construction Site Management (QCF) Level 6 - Building & Civil Engineering Diploma in Construction Site Supervision (Construction) (QCF) Level 3 Residential Development Diploma in Construction Site Supervision (Construction) (QCF) Level 3 Building & Civil Engineering Level 2 3 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 6 3 3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Construction Logistics Health Security Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes All

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Module Title Diploma in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Cranes & Specialist Lifting Plant - Crawler Tractor Side Booms Diploma in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Extracting Plant - Draglines Diploma in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Extracting Plant 180 degree Excavators Diploma in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Extracting Plant - Tracked Loading Shovels Diploma in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Extracting Plant 360 degree Excavators Diploma in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Excavating Plant 180 degree Excavators Diploma in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Excavating Plant - Crawler/ Tractor Dozers Diploma in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Excavating Plant 360 degree Excavators Diploma in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Constructing and Forming Plant - Graders Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Cranes & Specialist Lifting Plant - Lorry Loaders Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Cranes & Specialist Lifting Plant - Skip Handlers Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Forklift Trucks - Rough Terrain Masted Forklifts Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Forklift Trucks - Industrial Counterbalanced Forklifts Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Forklift Trucks - Telescopic Handlers Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Forklift Trucks - Reach Trucks Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Extracting Plant Wheeled Loading Shovels Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Extracting Plant - Skid Steer Loaders Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Transporting Loads Plant Forward Tipping Dumpers Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Transporting Loads Plant Agricultural-based Tractors Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Accessing Plant - Scissortype Mobile Elevated Work Platforms Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Compacting Plant - Rideon Rollers Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Compacting Plant - Soil Compacters Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Compacting Plant Landll Compacters Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Processing Plant Crushers Certicate in Plant Operations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Processing Plant Screeners

Level 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Construction Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Vocational Qualications
Module Title Diploma in Controlling Lifting Operations - Slinger/Signaller (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Diploma in Controlling Lifting Operations - Supervising Lifts (Construction) (QCF) Level 3 Diploma in Controlling Lifting Operations - Planning Lifts (Construction) (QCF) Level 6 Diploma in Decorative Finishing and Industrial Painting Occupations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Industrial Painter Diploma in Decorative Finishing and Industrial Painting Occupations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Painter Certicate in Erection of Precast Concrete (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Flooring Certicate in Erection of Precast Concrete (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Structural Certicate in Fitted Interiors (Construction) (QCF) Level Diploma in Formwork (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Diploma in Formwork Occupations (QCF) Level 3 Certicate in Highways Maintenance (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Concrete Operations Certicate in Highways Maintenance (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Drainage Construction Certicate in Highways Maintenance (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Excavation Operations Certicate in Highways Maintenance (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Flexible Pavement Construction Certicate in Highways Maintenance (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Laying Kerbs and Channels Certicate in Highways Maintenance (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Modular Pavement Constructions Certicate in Highways Maintenance (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Shallow Drainage Installation Certicate in Interior Systems (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Ceiling Fixing Certicate in Interior Systems (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Dry Lining Finishing Certicate in Interior Systems (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Dry Lining Fixing Diploma in Plastering (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Solid Basic Diploma in Plastering (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 - Solid Full Diploma in Wood Occupations (QCF) Level 2 - Bench Joinery Diploma in Wood Occupations (QCF) Level 2 - Shoptting Site Work Diploma in Wood Occupations (QCF) Level 2 - Site Carpentry Diploma in Wood Occupations (QCF) Level 3 - Site Carpentry Diploma in Occupational Work Supervision (Construction) (QCF) Level 3 Diploma in Steelxing Occupations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Certicate in Associated Industrial Services Occupations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 Diploma in Cladding Occupations (Construction) (QCF) Level 2 BTEC Award in Construction (QCF) Level 2 3 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 1 Construction Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Logistics Health Security All

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Commercial IT Training

IT Training
Pearson in Practice is pleased to announce the launch of a commercial Technical IT Training offering. As authorised commercial learning partners for Microsoft and CompTIA we will be offering their technical course curricula in 30 locations across the country. Pearson in Practice is dedicated to delivering high quality training to ensure that todays organisations have the most skilled and efficient workforce. With over 10 years experience in vocational IT training it is a natural step for us to use our skills and experience to deliver training to corporate clients. Our new offering of rst class IT training programmes are built by the leading technology vendors and are delivered nationwide by a highly qualied team of IT trainers. Having trained and prepared apprentices to pass vendor certications, such as CompTIA A+ and Microsoft MCTS Windows 7, we consider ourselves specialists in certication preparation. Consequently we have put together certication bundles which are competitively priced and aimed at getting people trained in the real world. We appreciate that one size does not t all and will work with organisations to deliver exible, effective training that meets specic requirements. The courses are offered in 30 locations throughout the country, making the training sessions easily accessbile. In addition, we are able to offer private or customised courses to our customers at their own locations if they have suitable resources in house.

Details of our IT training courses can be found overleaf. To nd out more contact: t: (UK) 0845 1800 120 t: (UAE) (04) 4472215 e: ittraining@pearson.com w: http://www.pearsoninpractice/ ittraining

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Commercial IT Training
Course Code Microsoft Windows 7 6292 6293 6294 6416 6418 6421 6425 6426 6427 6428 6433 6435 6436 6439 SQL Server 2008 6231 6232 50400 50401 10135 10233 Private Cloud 10215 10750 10751 CompTIA A+ A+ Certication Essentials Support Skills A+ Certication Practical Application Support Skills Network + Network+ Certication Support Skills Security + Security+ Certication Support Skills Server+ Server+ Certication Support Skills 5 5 5 5 5 Implementing and Managing Microsoft Server Virtualization Monitoring and Operating a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 Private Cloud Conguration and Deployment with System Centre 2012 5 5 5 Maintaining a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Database Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Database Designing, Optimising and Maintaining a Database Administrative Solution for Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Designing and Optimising Database Solutions with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Conguring, Managing and Troubleshooting Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Designing and Deploying Messaging Solutions with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 5 5 5 5 5 5 Installing and Conguring Windows 7 Client Troubleshooting and Supporting Windows 7 in the Enterprise Planning and Managing Windows 7 Desktop Deployments and Environments Updating Your Windows Server 2003 Technology Skills to Windows Server 2008 Deploying Windows Server 2008 Conguring and Troubleshooting a Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Conguring and Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Services Conguring and Troubleshooting Identity and Access Solutions with Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Conguring and Troubleshooting Internet Information Services in Windows Server 2008 Conguring and Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Planning and Implementing Windows Server 2008 Designing Windows Server 2008 Network and Applications Infrastructure Designing Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Infrastructure and Services Conguring and Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure 4 3 5 5 3 5 5 3 3 2 5 5 5 5 Course title Days

Windows Server 2008

Exchange Server 2010

For information on the latest Certication Packages please visit: www.pearsoninpractice.com/certication-packages Check www.pearsoninpractice.com/ittraining for the most up to date course information.

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New Apprenticeships - coming soon



HP Apprenticeship Printing Apprenticeship (IT) Cisco Apprenticeship Human Resource Management Apprenticeship - higher - level 5 Project Management Apprenticeship - higher - level 4 Legal Services Apprenticeship - levels 2, 3 and then our development of the level 4 Marketing Apprenticeship - levels 2 & 3 Advertising Apprenticeship higher - level 4 ICT Apprenticeship - higher - level 4 CDM Apprenticeship - higher - level 4

We are always expanding our Apprenticeship offering, full details can be found on our website.

www.pearsoninpractice.com

PEARSON IN PRACTICE
We are Pearson in Practice, the world leader in professional and vocational training. We deliver world-leading, learner-focused, employer-driven training, purpose-designed around individual needs and business objectives. We are changing lives, businesses and economies by setting the world standard for training. We believe in all kinds of training, for all kinds of people, in all kinds of ways, because where training works, so do people, businesses and economies.

Contact Us t 0845 177 1005 e pearsoninpracticeinfo@pearson.com w www.pearsoninpractice.com a 80 Strand, London WC2R 0RL, UK

PEARSON IN PRACTICE
Pearson in Practice is the UKs leading provider of apprenticeships, operating across a broad range of industry sectors, including IT, construction, health and social care and logistics. The companys apprenticeships are each designed with the support of industry, providing a structured programme that combines on-the-job training with real-world experience, increasing employability amongst the UK workforce.
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