The top courses to help you get hired February 2020
Congratulations, you made it through the 163 days of January…
The beginning of a new year always feels like a fresh start, making it the perfect time to set yourself some goals for the year ahead and decide what you want from the next 12 months. And if you’re looking to learn something new, then you’re in the right place.
Here are three of the top sectors you can get qualified in this month:
Want to feel like project management royalty? PRINCE2® can get you there.
There are a number of PRINCE2® Accredited Courses on offer, at both foundation and practitioner level. By enrolling, you can gain the skills and certifications of one of the world’s most widely-adopted project management methods. Not to mention that becoming a registered PRINCE2® Practitioner can help boost your career in the industry.
You also have the option to study to become MSP and ITIL accredited, or take one of the five courses from Six Sigma offering a mixture of their Green Belt and Black Belt courses.
With so many great courses to choose from, you’re bound to find something that suits your current situation, whether you’re an existing project manager, a project executive, a team leader or a complete newbie looking to get your foot on the project management ladder.
Gaining new qualifications is always beneficial for your career. And in taking one or more of these project management courses you can increase your employment opportunities and find yourself in the running for higher-salaried roles.
Perfect for: People who are always organised and keep cool under pressure.
What do I need? If you’re starting at Foundation level, you won’t need any previous qualifications to get started. However, if you want to study at PRINCE2® Practitioner level, you’ll need to gain a PRINCE2® Foundation qualification first.
How long will it last? The length of the courses range anywhere between 12 hours to 12 months depending on the level of the course you’ve chosen.
Want to become a highly sought after professional in the mortgage advice industry? We’ve got you covered.
By taking a Certificate in Mortgage Advice and Practice (CeMAP®) course, you’ll gain the knowledge, skills and qualifications that will allow you to flourish in the financial world. Exploring all policies and practices that affect mortgages, mortgage laws, UK regulation, issues and arrears, and more, you’ll get an in depth look into the world of mortgage products and services.
This qualification is a mark of excellence in the finance industry and is held by a staggering 80% of mortgage advisors – making it a benchmark for success in the industry.
And thanks to the ongoing skills gap in this field, it could also make you a highly desirable candidate. Trust us, your CV will thank you.
Throughout the course, you’ll be provided with 24/7 support from a tutor and will have access to the course materials for 6 months. Through interactive lessons, videos, study materials and specimen papers, you’ll cover 7 different CeMAP® units, which are broken down into three papers.
Perfect for: People who are good at advice.
What do I need? As the course covers CeMAP Papers 1, 2 and 3, you don’t need any prior qualifications to enrol – but enthusiasm and a willingness to learn is essential.
How long will it last? The course will take around 90 hours to complete, but students will have access to the materials for 6 months.
It’s time to get qualified for a job you care about.
The online Health and Social Care Level 3 Course is split into 8 modules designed to teach students all the underlying principles and skills for working in the Health and Social Care industry.
The course covers a range of important subjects, crucial for working with vulnerable individuals. These include equality, the importance of communication, safeguarding those in your care, your role as a caregiver and other key policies for working in the health and social care industry.
This is an eLearning course and you will have access to the materials as soon as you enrol. 24/7 access to the learning portal and course materials means you can work at a time and pace that suits your lifestyle.
The course culminates in a number of end of module interactive quiz questions, followed by an online multiple choice assessment. This will assess how well you understood the different modules outlined in the Health and Social Care Level 3 Course.
Perfect for: People who care.
What do I need? There are no entry requirements to enrol in Health and Social Care Course Level 3, although if you want to build a better understanding of the industry it could be beneficial to take Level 2 before you sign up.
How long will it last? Usually around 12 months, although you’ll be able to study at your own pace.
Not sure which course is right for you? View all available courses now