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  • ESOL:


    English for Speakers of Other Languages, is the study of English by speakers with a different native language.


    Overview:


    ESOL Classes benefits an individual in so many ways. At PIC College, ESOL Classes are provided solely for all purposes of immigration which includes naturalisation, Indefinite Leave to Remain and Extension of Visa. English dominates most aspects of work & leisure.

     

    ESOL helps you to improve your English if it isn't your main language. By improving English it will boost up an individual's confidence which will make easier to talk to doctors & teachers, help your child with their homework and much more.

    Skills:


    ESOL covers four main skills Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. This also includes Vocabulary, Punctuation and Grammar.

  • Course Summary

    The Advanced International Diploma in Travel & Tourism aims to provide students with a broad understanding of the operational aspects of the international tourism industry. Students have to attend a course of study of not less than 450 hours.

    Delivery of the course

    The course is taught at ATHE Accredited Centres worldwide.

    Students will Need to take the four mandatory units and for the Advanced diplomas, (Level 5) an Extra four of the optional units.

    Entry Requirements

    Level5 - A diploma level qualification or equivalent is the entry requirement for this course.

    Students need to be fluent in English unless course is undertake in a country where English is not the spoken or first language.

    This should be equivalent to IELTS 5.

  • Course Summary

    Unlike some other occupations such as doctors or teachers, managers do not form a single homogenous group, they work in different ways and at many different levels in many different types of organizations. The Postgraduate Diploma in Tourism Management {PGDTM} revolves around the important role of Management by teaching students how to develop success at management level within the travel, tourism and hospitality industry.

    Entry Requirements

    An honours degree is the entry requirement for this course, however ATHE will consider students that are over the age of 24 and have at least four years management experience. Students also need to be fluent in English unless course is undertaken in a country where English is not the spoken or first language. Registration within 14 days of start is important as eligibility needs to be confirmed early on.

    Progression

    Students who already have work experience and/or a degree can progress to take the MBA or other Masters course at any one of a number of UK universities. Potential Jobs Students completing this course will usually work in Management or Administrative roles managing staff in a variety of different scenarios from small to large businesses.

    Assessment

    This course assessment is by assignments. Each unit will be assessed separately and centres will need to ensure that the learner has met all the learning outcomes from each unit. There can be more than one assessment for a unit. In total the learner will need to have written or equivalent between 2 and 3 thousand words for each unit. There is no examination for this qualification.


  • Health care is constantly in the headlines because it involves such a huge workforce and huge budgets, and profoundly affects so many lives. What makes it such a fascinating subject to study is the pace of change as society develops; technology advances and new forms of care evolve. This course, which is just as lively and accessible, is for anyone with an interest in effective management in health care industry including the communication Skills required to manage a quality, patient- centred health service. This course will provide the basic principles of effective management and communication skills. Further it provides an understanding of the contemporary issues in health and social care industry. The learner will also have the opportunity to study research skills into practice to construct a profile of an effective health care manager and recognise some problem solving techniques. Therefore, this programme aims to provide learners and frontline of care and health workers with confidence, skills, knowledge and competence to a boost a career in the health, social and care industry.

    This is a 12 month full-time programme which gives students a fully-rounded education in providing them with the skills they need for further study or future employment in many areas, and doesn’t necessarily have to lead to a sector-related career or university course. Thus on achieving this qualification students will be equipped to undertake a range of high level health and care activities and carry out a mix of specialised operations involving a degree of self directed work and supervision of processes and people. It therefore offers the flexibility needed in responding to the broad spectrum of contexts.
    Relevant to candidates.

    This diploma will build students’ knowledge from the Level 5 Advanced Diploma in any, social science or Management studies.

    Programme aims

    The programme will enhance participants’ knowledge, develop their research and management skills in the health sector and potential at a management level and will provide an environment where students can learn from each other as well as from the teaching staff. Emphasis will be given throughout the programme to:

    • Provide a balanced and stimulating approach to the study of the health sciences based on sound academic principles.
    • Provide a structured programme of learning opportunities which allows and encourages students to fulfil their academic potential.
    • Equip students with appropriate skills in written and verbal communication and in information technology.
    • Presents opportunities to develop organisational skills and the ability to work in teams.
    • Develop students critical and evaluative skills in the academic disciplines making up their programme of study and enhance their ability to make and express cross-disciplinary connections.
    • Train students to understand and evaluate research and encourage the integration of research with theory and practical applications.

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    To enter a Graduate Diploma Level 6 course, students must have, as a minimum, one of the following:

    • A Diploma Level 5 in health or social science related subjects from any UK university or from an approved institution of higher education outside the UK.
    • A recognised equivalent professional qualification.
    • UK Level 4 Diploma with three years relevant work experience.
    • Mature students over 21 years old with three (3) years of relevant experiences will be considered on a case by case basis.

    International students need to meet our English language requirement

    Students must possess a reasonable command of written and spoken in English, or an acceptable recognised English Test, and or those who have been previously taught via the medium of English.

  • The health care industry is one of the largest in the country and it shows no signs of stopping that expansion. This growth has generated an increased need for people who can help manage health related staff and has the ability to lead and manage change needed to operate a successful practice.
    The Professional Masters in Health Care Management (PMHCM) is aimed at decision makers in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. The programme provides relevant management training and a well respected postgraduate qualification to those seeking more senior posts in primary and secondary health care.
    The programme combines the study of health services management and general management. It also allows health professionals to obtain the necessary skills to manage health care services in rapidly changing and increasingly business-like environments. The PMHCM is a self-contained course. It is a full time course and is completed over a time span of fifteen months. It has two components – taught units with a total of eight (8) subjects covered over a period of twelve months and a dissertation lasting for the remaining three months. The subjects taught have been very carefully chosen with a deliberate focus on Health Care Management.
    Furthermore, it is to be reckoned that management is an inter-disciplinary affair and the subjects taught must never be treated as compartmentalized. There is a great need that the students develop the capability as to how to integrate the subjects taught in the classrooms to solve any Health and Social Care management problem. The three months long dissertation part of the PMHCM takes care of this. Students research real life managerial problems relating to health and social care from selected organisations in the Health sector and submit reports containing recommendations for the individual organizations. This is an area of crucial importance for health and social care management students. The dissertation part of PMHCM has been found to be a major source of value addition to the overall effectiveness of this programme.

    Programme Objectives:
    The PMHCM is designed to provide students with the business management skills required to succeed in today’s complex health care industry.
    This course aims to recruit health and social care practitioners seeking to advance their practice, and has been designed to meet the needs of students working in a range of roles and service environments.
    The programme will equip graduates with the knowledge and skills required to operate at senior levels in today’s health and social care services. A flexible, student-centred approach to teaching and learning will facilitate the development of analytical and critical thinking and the ability to lead and manage change.
    Emphasis is also placed on the interrelationship of health services management problems and tasks. The main philosophy of the programme is that health services management can be taught as a unified body of knowledge, applicable to any health service organization.
    Students enrolled in the program study industry relevant topics to include health care infrastructure, hospital operation, finance, and health care management. This programme is open to both experienced and newly registered health care practitioners.

    Programme duration:
    Completion of the PMHCM must be done in no less than 15 months and not more than 3 years in accordance to PQM’s Regulations.

    ASSESSMENT
    Assessment will be based on group Assignments & Presentations (20%) and a formal three hours written examination (80%).
    Assessment Methods
    The assessment for this subject is as follows:
    Marks %
    Assignments        20
    Examination          80
    Total                      100
    In order to pass a unit, students must pass both the assignment and final exam and achieve a minimum aggregate mark of 50% overall.

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
    To enter the postgraduate course students must have, as a minimum, one of the following:
    •    A first degree in health, Nursing or business related subjects from any UK university or from an approved institution of higher education outside the UK.
    •    A recognized Level 6 professional qualification or,
    •    A recognized Level 5 with 3 years work experience
    •    Mature students over 23 years old with three (3) years of relevant experiences will be considered on a case by case basis and
    •    Students must possess a reasonable command of written and spoken English and acceptable recognised English Test by UKBA.

  • Course Summary

    The Diploma in Information Technology (L4) is the study of IT at a thorough level with a brief look into physical hardware and a more intense look into Software and platform development/construct. The programme can prepare you for an IT management role in a large office based company heading a team of other IT specialists or working in that team, depending on the level you reach.Work duties could include maintaining software, database management, networks etc across a large office environment.Alternatively you may wish to enter the development field and take further study into the world of IT. Students will study at an ATHE centre for no less than 290 hours.

    Progression.
    Progression to degree course (2nd Year for Diploma students) is being arranged at present.

    Assessment
    Students will be assessed on a continual basis. A folder will be kept and records kept of all work and tests undertaken during the course. Tests or assignments will be done after each unit, some of which may be practical subject to centre programme. Centres will have flexibility here but it would be advisable to check with awarding body initially. Before the Certificate or Diploma is provided the coursework will need to be moderated by ATHE.

    Entry Requirements
    Level 3 - A certificate level qualification or equivalent is the entry requirement for this course Students need to be fluent in English unless course is undertaken in a country where English is not the spoken or first language. .

    Accreditation
    This course is accredited by NCFE and is in the process of being validated by several Universities in UK. This course can only be completed at ATHE accredited centres.

  • Course Summary

    The Diploma in Information Technology (L4) is the study of IT at a thorough level with a brief look into physical hardware and a more intense look intoSoftware and platform development/construct. The programme can prepare you for an IT management role in a large office based company heading a team of other IT specialists or working in that team, depending on the level you reach. Work duties could include maintaining software, database management, networks etc across a large office environment.

    Progression.
    Progression routes to an Msc in Information Technology at various Universities are currently being arranged.

    Assessment
    This course can be assessed in a variety of ways including:
    5000 word project
    practical exercises
    case studies
    assignments
    tests
    Full details will be provided in the course delivery guidance for accredited colleges.

    Entry Requirements
    A 3 year bachelors degree or 3 year diploma is the entry requirement for this course, however ATHE will consider students that are over the age of 24 and have at
    least four years relevant IT experience. Students must also have a reasonable level of IT academic knowledge. English level of at least IELTS 5.5 equivalent or a degree studied in the English language medium.

    Potential Jobs
    Students who complete the Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology should expect to take a role of a senior IT manager

    This course can only be completed at ATHE accredited centres.

  • Qualification aim
    The aim of the Level 4 Diploma in Administrative Management, is to develop an appreciation of the people management functions within the organization. This qualification provides a general introduction to the relevance of the system approach, as well as asking candidate's to consider administration in its wider organizational context.The candidates are introduced to some of the concerns faced by administrative managers within a rapidly changing environment. It also develops candidate's appreciation of the need for manager information.
    Qualification structure
    Assessment
    Units 1-4 are individually assessed by a three hour unseen written paper comprising two section A and B.
    • Section A will comprise eight compulsory short answer questions designed to test candidates, knowledge and understanding of concepts and terminology.
    • Section B will comprise a choice of three questions from five, designed to assess the candidate's appreciation of how the system approach in from an element   of administrative practice. A question will be set from each of the four areas of the learning syllabus.
    Unit 5 is assessed by either a case study or a Project Report
    • Case study examination, answering questions based on a realistic scenario which is provided for study in advance.
    • Project Report, a work based project which is submitted for independent marking to complete this qualification.
  • Qualification aim

    The aim of the level 5 Advanced Diploma in Administrative Management, is to provide a framework and tool for applying the system approach to managing system as an integrative activity. The qualification also allows candidates to consider administration in its wider business and environmental context. it introduces candidates to some of the key concepts of higher-level business discourse.

    Candidates develop knowledge and understanding of the key principles involved in managing organizational resources and to provide an appreciation of the tools and techniques associated with managing finance, projects and facilities. candidates also develop knowledge and understanding of the theory and practice of managing human resources in the organization.

    Qualification structure

     

    Assessment

    Units 1-4 are individually assessed by a three hour unseen written paper comprising of a choice of a questions from 8. These questions are designed to assess the depth and breadth of candidates  knowledge of how administrative systems are applied and managed throughout the organization.

    Unit 5 is assessed by either a case study or a project report:

    • Case study examination, answering questions based on a realistic scenario which is provided for study in advance.
    • Project Report, a work based project which is submitted for independent marking to complete this qualification.
  • Course Summary

    Presented at a third year degree standard, this programme will prepare students for a graduate mentality of both practical and academic application.Student will be required to review their previous knowledge gained at lower levels and former employment by incorporating a graduate approach of analysis and evaluation.

    Entry Requirements

    • A Diploma in level 5 in business related subjects.
    • A recognized equivalent professional qualification.
    • UK level 4 Diploma with three year relevant work experience.
    • Mature student over 21 years old with three year of relevant experience will be considered on case by case basis.

    Progression

    Learners who achieve Level 6 can proceed to Level 7 postgraduate Diploma. However, learners should be aware that Universities may still require a degree and/or management experience for MBA

    Assessment

    Total Credit for the course is 120 and it has 1200 learning hours. Students will need to pass every unit to gain the qualification.

    Potential Jobs

    Students completing this course will usually work in management or Administrative roles managing staff in a variety of different scenarios from small to large businesses.

    Course Content

    As well as the four mandatory Units learners will be required to take two optional units. Total credit must be at least 120 points.

  • Course Summary

    The course is designed to give students a good understanding of the responsibilities of a manager and the techniques they will use to deal with different situations.

    Entry Requirements
    A diploma level qualification or equivalent at Level 4 is the entry requirement for this course. Students need to be fluent in English which normally means IELTS score atleast 5.5. Centres are responsible in ensuring that entry levels are met by the prospective students. Student will be exempt from the English language test if they have previously studied or worked in the medium of English.

    Progression

    Students who have successfully completed this course can progress to a top up degree at UWIC - BA (Hons)  International Business Administration. Also other Universities subject to agreement pending. See progression route for latest news on this, updated atleast weekly.

    Assessment

    This course is assessed by means of written assignments for all 8 units. All the Learning Outcomes must be covered for each of the 8 units taken.Centres can design their own assessment for each unit which will be internally marked.ATHE External Examiner will moderate to ensure that all assessment criteria has been covered.ATHE External Examiner will visit twice during the length of this qualification to ensure compliance and offer guidance wherever necessary. A new Course Delivery guide for this qualification will be available in April.

    Potential Jobs

    Students completing this course will usually work in management or Administrative roles managing staff in a variety of different scenarios from small to large businesses.

  • Qualification Summary

    The qualification is designed to give learners a good understanding of the responsibilities of a manager and the techniques they will use to deal with different situations, as well as the legal requirements within their role. It is articulated to an MBA at Edge Hill University and UWIC.

    Entry Requirements
    Student will need a relevant degree or 4 years management experience to study for this qualification. Management experience means working within an organization and having some supervisory duties.

    Progression

    University of Wales (UWIC) and Edge Hill University will accept students onto an MBA programme with 120 and 105 point credit respectively. Students will need to undertake the Research Methods Units and Dissertation.

    Assessment

    Total Credit for this qualification is 120 and it has 1200 learning hours. In the event of APL learners will require 120 credits to achieve a pass. Learners will need to pass every unit to gain the qualification. it will be the responsibility of the Lead internal Verifier to ensure that learners will have a full understanding of all the assessment criteria of the units. Learners will achieve a pass or fail. In the event of a fail in one or more units, they will need to be repeated to satisfy the Lead Internal Verifier and subsequently the ATHE Examiners.

    Potential Jobs

    Students completing this qualification will usually work in management or Administrative roles, managing staff in a variety of different scenarios from small to large businesses.

    External Moderation

    Any centre teaching this course will have been Externally Verified prior to the start of the course. This will be undertaken by ATHE independent verifiers.

    Accredited Prior learning

    ATHE will APL as per Rules of Combination (see Procedures). Total credit value however must be 120. Each of the Units in this Course has a credit value of 20. However in the case of APL, learners will need to have a total of at least 120 credits.

  • he CAT syllabus

    For the CAT qualification you will complete nine exams, split into three Levels. These are all designed to test the knowledge, skills and understanding you will need to work in accounting support roles. The exams cover the key areas of Accounting, Finance, IT and Management.

    Advanced Level exams are of equivalent standard to the first year of a university degree and offer a choice of options to suit your career needs.

    At Advanced Level, the element of choice is introduced so that you can tailor your learning to suit work experience and career aspirations.

    INTRODUCTORY LEVEL
    1 Recording Financial Transactions.
    2 Information for Management Control.
    INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
    3 Maintaining Financial Records.
    4 Accounting for Costs.
    ADVANCED LEVEL
    5 Managing People and Systems.
    6 Drafting Financial Statements.
    7 Planning, Control and Performance Management.
    plus two options from:
    8 Implementing Audit Procedures.
    9 Preparing Taxation Computations.
    10 Managing Finances.

    The ACCA syllabus

    The essential features of ACCA’s new syllabus are explained here. The new syllabus has been introduced following extensive consultation with leading employers, members, students and tuition providers throughout the world. To reflect their requirements it places greater emphasis on corporate strategy, the design and management of business systems, risk assessment and strategic financial analysis, while still retaining the core technical knowledge invaluable to the modern finance professional.

    The format

    In common with the previous scheme, the programme is divided into three Parts. Students are required to pass 14 papers in total. In Parts 1 and 2, students can sit up to four papers of their choice at any one sitting, subject to certain progression rules. In Part 3, students can choose two subjects from a list of four options to match their work experience or chosen fields of employment. They must also complete the three core papers which must initially be taken together.

    As with the previous syllabus, variant papers covering national law and tax will be available. Papers covering financial reporting and audit will also be available in both an international standard format and adapted for certain national accounting standards e.g. UK, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore.

    Part 1.

    All 3 Papers are compulsory

    Paper 1.1 – Preparing Financial Statements (International).

    or

    Paper 1.1 – Preparing Financial Statements (UK Standard).

    Paper 1.2 – Financial Information for Management.

    Paper 1.3 – Managing People.

    Part 1: Objectives

    Part 1 is designed to test the basic principles of accounting, the role of financial information and an understanding of key managerial issues. This stage sets the scene for the accountancy profession. The examinations concentrate on basic knowledge and skills which form the platform from which professional competence can be developed. The knowledge and skills will be tested separately by subject and will be limited to straight-forward examples of application required as a prelude to more complex problems in Part 2.

    Skills to be tested in Part 1

    Students should be able to demonstrate the ability to:

    Identify and retrieve information requested

    Make basic judgements on the value of an item of information

    Use and apply concepts and techniques in a straight-forward practical context

    Identify the components of a basic problem and provide a solution

    Present information requested in a logical format

    Communicate information clearly and succinctly.

    and

    Assessment

    It is intended that Part 1 examinations will make extensive use of objective testing formats as the most effective way of testing the basic knowledge and applications found at this stage. These examinations will ultimately be available through Computer Based Testing (CBT).

    Part 2.

    All 6 Papers are compulsory.

    Paper 2.1 – Information Systems.

    Paper 2.2 – Corporate and Business Law (English).

    Paper 2.3 – Business Taxation (United Kingdom).

    Paper 2.4 – Financial Management and Control.

    Paper 2.5 – Financial Reporting (International).

    or

    Paper 2.5 - Financial Reporting (UK Standard).

    Paper 2.6 – Audit and Internal Review (International).

    or

    Paper 2.6 - Audit and Internal Review (UK Standard).

    Part 2: Objectives
    This stage continues the introduction of the new subject areas, develops students’ analytical skills and introduces students to the problems and situations that they will meet. It covers all the core technical skills which finance professionals should possess, regardless of where they work. Papers in Corporate & Business Law and Financial Reporting (papers 2.2 and 2.5) have been added to this Part to develop students’ understanding of the legal framework in which businesses operate and to reinforce students’ financial accounting skills at this level.
    Part 2 tests the application of the theory in the context of recognizable problems and conceptual understanding. It will consolidate knowledge of current principles, practices and techniques and begin to develop students’ ability to criticize current practices. Questions will present practical scenarios requiring students to select the best answer from a range of available solutions in order to achieve the specified objective.
    Skills to be tested in Part 2
    Students should be able to demonstrate the ability to:
    Analyses and evaluate information
    Apply concepts and principles flexibly in a variety of circumstances
    Identify, define and rank problems
    Interpret results and
    Criticize proposed solutions or practices.
    Assessment
    Part 2 examinations will be assessed through a mixture of computational questions, case scenarios and essays. Examinations at this stage will be set at a level equivalent to the final examinations of a UK bachelors degree.
    Part 3.
    Candidates must sit two option papers and all three compulsory core papers.
    Option Papers:
    Paper 3.1 – Audit and Assurance Services (International).
    or
    Paper 3.1 – Audit and Assurance Services (UK).
    Paper 3.2 – Advanced Taxation.
    Paper 3.3 – Performance Management.
    Paper 3.4 – Business Information Management.
    Core Papers:
    Paper 3.5 – Strategic Business Planning and Development.
    Paper 3.6 – Advanced Corporate Reporting (International).
    or
    Paper 3.6 – Advanced Corporate Reporting (U.K).
    Paper 3.7 – Strategic Financial Management.
    Part 3: Objectives
    The core papers concentrate on the key aspects of the accountant’s role in the strategic management of a business. They cover business planning, corporate reporting and financial management. These papers focus on testing each student’s ability to evaluate information and give sound commercial advice and recommendations within a professional ethical framework.
    The introduction of choice at this level allows students to focus on technical areas which are particularly relevant to their chosen, or anticipated, fields of employment. The four option papers cover audit and assurance, advanced taxation, performance management and information systems management. If students are unsuccessful in an option paper(s), or if their employment circumstances change, they will be allowed to change their options or take additional options.*
    * Students who wish to obtain UK Registered Auditor status will need to complete option paper 3.1 Audit and Assurance Services. ACCA is currently establishing practicing certificate requirements for other countries with the relevant national professional bodies and statutory authorities.
    The main aim of Part 3 is to establish evidence of competence to practice as a professional accountant in public practice, public sector or in industry and commerce. This requires candidates to demonstrate not only that they have mastered the range of required knowledge, skills and techniques, but also that they are able to apply them in a managerial context.
    By this stage, knowledge has to be fully integrated in the way it is used by professionals with recognition of how the different subjects contribute to dealing with problems. This stage will present students with problems which test their skills and sensitivity in dealing with new contexts and unforeseen circumstances. In dealing with such situations, students will be expected to tailor solutions to problems appropriately and in a way which demonstrates their grasp of managerial skills.
    Although emphasis will be given to practical issues, students will also be expected to criticize current practice and express views on developments in accounting. They will be expected to show evidence of the necessary personal qualities and interpersonal skills required of the professional accountant.
    Skills to be tested in Part 3
    Students should be able to demonstrate the ability to:
    Draw on knowledge across all earlier papers studied.
    Integrate that knowledge effectively and use it creatively in applying concepts and techniques.
    Analyze and interpret data and information and present reasoned conclusions.
    Diagnose and formulate appropriate solutions to problems which indicate commercial awareness.
    Exercise judgement drawing on technical, political and commercial awareness in developing and evaluating alternatives and in proposing solutions.
    Adapt to new systems and circumstances.
    Communicate analyses and conclusions effectively and with sensitivity for different purposes and to contrasting audiences with due emphasis on social expectations.
    While the skills identified above will be tested directly by the questions set, in assessing the answers weight will be given to students’ ability to demonstrate a grasp of the following personal skills and attributes.
    Strategic awareness - identifying the strategic needs of the organization and contributing to strategic planning and management.
    Interpersonal skills - tact, sensitivity to political tensions and cultural differences, awareness of social, economic and political pressure, ability to influence.
    Management skills - resource management: people, material, time and money, management of the client, management of change, in particular, in technology and contingency planning.
    Personal qualities - persistence in pursuing inquiries and probing responses, integrity, objectivity, independence and public responsibility.
    Assessment
    Part 3 examinations will be assessed predominantly through the use of case studies, to allow the testing of the higher level skills of analysis and synthesis required of a qualified accountant. Examinations at this stage will be set at a level equivalent to a UK Masters degree.

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  • The SIA Door Supervisor license offers a gateway to a rewarding career and is unique as it qualifies an individual work as a Door Supervisor and Security Guard. A door supervisor has the luxury of working in entertainment venues where alcohol is being served, such as hotels, casinos, nightclubs and other venues. In the UK, all security industry qualifications are specified by the SIA and offered through the following awarding bodies: EDI, City & Guilds,HABC . Our highly experienced SIA trainers will deliver only the best when it gets to security training. All our venues are equipped with state of the art presentation facilities to aid learning.

    In order to obtain an SIA license you will need to show that you are trained to the right level. This applies to front-line staff only.

    To get one of the qualifications linked to door supervisor licensing, you will need to attend and take four training modules and pass three exams. The course may be delivered over 38 guided learning hours, 30 hours of which should be contact hours (as detailed below).


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