West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges

[re]boot courses

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COVID-19: Many of the courses are available via online learning - see venue for details.

To support those who have been made redundant due to the COVID-19 crisis, [re]boot courses are now available. Places for the unemployed may be limited however and proof of redundancy will be required.

These free (fully-funded) short courses* can fit around your existing work or family commitments and help you to gain employment or skills in construction, engineering or digital industries and roles.

What's in it for you?

Gain new skills and qualifications and improve your chances of progressing your career.

Who can apply?

You are eligible to join a course if you are over the age of 18, employed, furloughed, at risk of, or facing redundancy and live in Bradford, Calderdale, Craven, Harrogate, Kirklees, Leeds, Selby, Wakefield or York.

If you are employed and would like to develop new skills to progress your career or you are considering a career change, [re]boot could be for you.

This project supports Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) all-age careers and inspiration campaign, #futuregoals, by providing relevant content and practical courses to address the skills shortages in our region.[re]boot is part-funded by the European Social Fund.

*Please note: Individuals may undertake multiple courses however only one course can be fully-funded (free). Any subsequent courses will be charged at full cost.

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C&G Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations

Course provider: Leeds College of Building

Industry: Construction

Dates: Monday 15 February

Level: 3

Duration: Three consecutive days

Venue: Leeds College of Building –South Bank 2 Campus

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C&G Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations

C&G Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671:2018

This course is specifically aimed at potential candidates who are already practising and experienced electricians with existing and specific qualifications in electrical work, who now need to update their certification to meet the latest edition of the IET Wiring Regulations. Alternatively, the course is also suited to newly qualified electricians who needs to gain this certificate, or those that have been out of the industry for a while and wish to return.

Teacher led discussions and questioning, utilising PowerPoints, handouts, interactive white board etc

Formative assessment, learners and tutors to reviews/feedback on what went well and what could be improved?

The IET Wiring Regulations (BS 7671) are the definitive

standards for the electrical industry in respect of safe use and operation of electrical equipment and systems. They set the requirements and operating criteria for the UK and correspond to EC standards and are recognised by the British Standards Institute as a British Standard (BS 7671).

It is intended to ensure that individuals are conversant with the format, content and application of the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS 7671:2018.

To deliver a refresher on some common regulations and highlight the main changes to BS7671 2018.

During the study, learners will focus on meeting the standards of the latest IET Wiring Regulations, including, essential aspects of the safety, selection and erection of electrical equipment Inspection and testing.

Upon completion of the course/gaining this qualification, learners can move directly into paid employment or progress into a higher paid work.

The qualification develops skills and knowledge of learners to a high standard which is highly recognised by the industry.

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Create Your Own Website

Course provider: Shipley College

Industry: Digital

Dates: Monday 1 Feb - Thursday 25 March 2021

Level: 3

Duration: Eight weeks

Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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Create Your Own Website

This course is suitable for individuals with a keen interest in website development using WordPress and looking to further advance their career in this field within an organisation.

First, you will learn the basics of website features, the planning process and copyright laws surrounding online content. You will also learn how to save and store files correctly in order to retrieve and update your content on a regular basis.

Next you will learn how to create an easy to navigate website where you can showcase your business or skills. Finally you will be introduced to the technical knowledge you will require to make your website live.

You will also be shown how to amend the content of the website making sure the content is up to date at all times.

How will I learn?

Two days per week - 7-9pm Monday and Thursday for online teaching sessions.

Learning will be undertaken through interactive teaching sessions and assessment through written assignment work and presentations.

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IT Security for Users

Course provider: Shipley College

Industry: Digital

Dates: Monday 11 Jan - Friday 19 Feb 2021

Level: 3

Duration: Three months

Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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IT Security for Users

This course will help you to select, use and develop appropriate procedures to monitor and minimise security risk to IT systems and data.

Following this course, you may like to progress to roles where you need to have the knowledge and skills to keep yourself and others safe when using digital devices and communicate and collaborate online, and have an understanding of appropriate procedures to monitor and minimise security risk to IT systems and data.

Mondays 9-11.30am and Fridays 9-11.30am

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Using Social Media Effectively Within an Organisation

Course provider: Shipley College

Industry: Digital

Dates: Tuesday 12 January - Thursday 18 February 2021

Level: 3

Duration: Eight weeks

Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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Using Social Media Effectively Within an Organisation

This course provides learners with an understanding of how social media fits into the objectives and marketing of a business. Learners will understand how to select social media tools and channels for a business and how to measure the success of doing so. Learners will understand how social media policy and guidelines can impact a business and monitor how a business is using social media.

This course is suitable for Individuals with a keen interest in developing their social media skills or looking to further advance their career in this field within an organisation.

How will I learn?

Interactive teaching sessions two days a week, Tuesdays 9-11.30am and Thursdays 9-11.30am with an assessment through written assignment work.

This course could lead to a career path in the marketing sector in particular digital marketing/social media within an organisation

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CISCO IT Essentials

Course provider: Leeds City College

Industry: Digital

Dates: January 2021

Level: 3

Duration: 14 weeks

Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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CISCO IT Essentials

This course offers a hands-on, career-oriented learning experience to help individuals develop fundamental computer skills and prepare them for entry into ICT careers.

The Cisco IT Essentials course could be an exciting first step that leads to a new career within the digital sector, or enables you to further develop your career in this industry.

This course has an emphasis on practical activities to help individuals develop fundamental skills around computer hardware, mobile device hardware, software, and concepts of networking and security.

The course will enable individuals to learn to: install, configure, and troubleshoot computers and mobile devices; identify common security threats like phishing and spoofing; and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills using real equipment.

Upon completion individuals may be able to progress within their current role or gain entry into digital marketplace as an ICT professional.

How will I study?

You will learn through various methods adapted to need. These will include tutor-led sessions, group support and online material provided with hands on practical activities

Please note: You will need to have a computer capable of running Virtualbox and have at least 50Gb of disc space with minimum of 4Gb of memory but more preferable 8Gb or 16GB .

Mondays 6-9pm

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Essential Presentation Skills

Course provider: Leeds City College

Industry: Digital

Dates: January 2021

Level: 2

Duration: Eight weeks

Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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Essential Presentation Skills (Level 2)

The course prepares students to gain a Level 2 qualification Presentation Software.

You will learn how to:

Input and combine text and other information within presentation slides.

  • identify what types of information are required for the presentation.
  • enter text and other information using layouts appropriate to type of information.
  • insert charts and tables into presentation slides.
  • insert images and video or sound to enhance the presentation.
  • identify any constraints which may affect the presentation.
  • organise and combine information of different forms or from different sources for presentations.
  • store and retrieve presentation files effectively.

Use presentation software tools to structure, edit and format slide sequences.

  • identify what slide structure and themes to use.
  • select, change and use appropriate templates for slides.
  • select and use appropriate techniques to edit slides and presentations to meet needs.
  • select and use appropriate techniques to format slides and presentations.
  • identify what presentation effects to use to enhance the presentation.
  • select and use animation and transition effects appropriately to enhance slide sequences.

Prepare slideshow for presentation

  • describe how to present slides to meet needs and communicate effectively.
  • prepare slideshow for presentation.
  • check presentation meets needs, using IT tools and making corrections as necessary.
  • identify and respond to any quality problems with presentations to ensure that presentations meet needs.

Earning a Level 2 certification can help

  • students differentiate themselves in today’s competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities and result in higher earning potential; and
  • staff in an organisation increase their productivity and value by having better knowledge of today’s essential business tools within Microsoft Office.
  • Progress on to Microsoft Office Specialist training and certification.

How will I study?

Daytime course or evening course:

  • Six remote sessions (two hrs)
  • Home study between sessions
  • Exam preparation and exam (two weeks)

You will learn through:

  • Tutor-led online learning
  • On-line videos
  • Hands on practical activities
  • Revision papers

Please note: You will need to have a computer with Microsoft Office Excel installed and access to the internet for the tutoring sessions.

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Essential Spreadsheet Skills

Course provider: Leeds City College

Industry: Digital

Dates: January 2021

Level: 2

Duration: Eight weeks

Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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Essential Spreadsheet Skills Level 2

This course is aimed at people who have some previous experience of using Microsoft Excel.

You should be familiar with and able to:

Open and create an Excel workbook.

Understand what a formula is used for.

Navigate to find files on your computer.

Have an equivalent of L1 maths (pre-GCSE) or higher.

The course prepares students to gain a Level 2 qualification Spreadsheet Software.

You will learn how to:

Use a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data.

  • identify what numerical and other data is needed in the spreadsheet and how it should be structured.
  • enter and edit numerical and other data accurately.
  • store and retrieve spreadsheet files effectively
  • combine and link data across worksheets.

Select and use appropriate formulas and data analysis tools to meet requirements.

  • identify how to summarise and display the required information.
  • use functions and formulas to meet calculation requirements.
  • use spreadsheet tools and techniques to summarise and display information.


Select and use tools and techniques to present and format spreadsheet information.

  • select and use appropriate tools and techniques to format spreadsheet cells, rows, and columns.
  • identify which chart or graph type to use to display information.
  • select and use appropriate tools and techniques to generate, develop and format charts and graph.
  • select and use appropriate page layout to present and print spreadsheet information.
  • check spreadsheet information meets needs, using IT tools and making corrections as appropriate.
  • describe how to find errors in spreadsheet formulas.
  • respond appropriately to any problems with spreadsheets.

Earning a Level 2 certification can help

  • students differentiate themselves in today’s competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities and result in higher earning potential; and
  • staff in an organisation increase their productivity and value by having better knowledge of today’s essential business tools within Microsoft Office.
  • Progress on to Microsoft Office Specialist training and certification.

How will I study?

Daytime course or evening course:

  • Six remote sessions (two hrs)
  • Home study between sessions
  • Exam preparation and exam (two weeks)

You will learn through:

  • Tutor-led online learning
  • On-line videos
  • Hands on practical activities
  • Revision papers

Please note: You will need to have a computer with Microsoft Office Excel installed and access to the internet for the tutoring sessions.

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Using Digital Platforms to Manage Effective Remote Working

Course provider: Shipley College

Industry: Digital

Dates: Tuesday 9 February 2021

Level: 3 (unit)

Duration: Three days

Venue: Online and face to face at Shipley College

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Using Digital Platforms to Manage Effective Remote Working

This qualification is ideal if you are have management responsibilities but no formal training, and are serious about developing your abilities. It’s particularly suited to practising team leaders seeking to move up to the next level of management, and managers who need to lead people through organisational change, budget cuts or other pressures.

Results for you

  • Gain a range of key management skills
  • Put new skills into practice in your own role
  • Build your leadership capabilities
  • Motivate and engage teams, manage relationships confidently
  • Develop your leadership skills using your own knowledge, values and motivations.

  • The aim of this short course is to enable participants to understand the basics of the management of people of an organisation who are working remotely.

    Upon completion of the course you will be able to utilise digital platforms to maximum effect, advancing your skills and those of your team to maintain and even improve production.

    Successful learners may also like to progress to a range of qualifications including:

    ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching and/or Mentoring

    ILM Level 3 Certificate or Diploma in Facilities Management

    ILM Level 3 Certificate in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship

    ILM Level 4 Award, Certificate or Diploma in Leadership and Management.

    How will I study?

    The course will take a blended learning approach.

    Day 1 – ILM 8060 – 338 Understanding how to manage remote workers

    Day 2 - ILM 8600-328 – Understand how to lead effective meetings

    Day 3 (Remote) pulling together days 1 and 2 using digital resources e.g. Zoom, Google Suite. How to set up an online meeting using Google forms to gather data

    Plus one 1:1 tutorial (Remote)

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    Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Awareness (L1)

    Course provider: Leeds City College

    Industry: Engineering and Motor Vehicle

    Dates: Several dates per month - enquire now

    Level: 1

    Duration: One day

    Venue: Leeds City College Printworks Campus

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    Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Awareness (L1)

    This course will provide an introduction to the electric/hybrid vehicle industry sector, enabling individuals to work safely within their role, or future employment in relation to this growing industry sector. The course is suitable for individuals who have a keen interest in gaining the knowledge to work safely in the automotive industry recognising the increase in electric/hybrid vehicles.

    Training will include:

    Types of electric/hybrid vehicles.

    Hazards associated with motor vehicle high energy electrical systems.

    Working safely around electric/hybrid vehicles including charging.

    This course could lead to roles within Vehicle Maintenance / Engineering or further study at higher levels.

    How will I learn?

    You will learn through group-based delivery of practical and theory based skills.

    Safety measures will be in place based on government guidance at the time of the course.

    Courses will run multiple times each month from October 2020. Please enquire for dates.

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    Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Routine Maintenance Activities (L2)

    Course provider: Leeds City College

    Industry: Engineering and Motor Vehicle

    Dates: Several dates per month - enquire now

    Level: 2

    Duration: Two days

    Venue: Leeds City College Printworks Campus

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    Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Routine Maintenance Activities (L2)

    This short course will provide individuals with the knowledge and skills required to work safely on Electric/Hybrid vehicles whilst carrying out routine maintenance and repair activities (not voltage components or systems). This may include vehicles that may have or had damage to their high energy/electrical system. Specifically the course covers:

    electric/hybrid vehicle system components and operation

    hazards surrounding electric/hybrid vehicles

    how to reduce the risks to yourself and others when working on electric/hybrid vehicles

    safely preparing the vehicle when carrying routine maintenance (NOT high voltage components or systems)

    This course is suitable for: Individuals who have an interest in gaining knowledge in routine maintenance of hybrid/electrical vehicles, recognising the increase in electric/hybrid vehicles. Individuals should already have appropriate vehicle maintenance and repair knowledge and skills.

    How will I learn?

    You will learn through group based delivery of practical and theory based skills.

    Safety measures will be in place based on government guidance at the time of the course.

    Courses will run multiple times each month from October 2020. Please enquire for dates.

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    Electric/Hybrid Vehicle System Repair and Replacement (L3)

    Course provider: Leeds City College

    Industry: Engineering and Motor Vehicle

    Dates: Several dates per month - enquire now

    Level: 3

    Duration: Two days

    Venue: Leeds City College Printworks Campus

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    Electric/Hybrid Vehicle System Repair and Replacement (L3)

    This short course will provide individuals with the knowledge and skills required to work safely on Electric/Hybrid vehicles whilst carrying out diagnostic, testing and repair activities.

    This may include vehicles that may have or had damage to their high energy/electrical system, and includes carrying out repairs on high energy electrical systems, and recording information and making suitable recommendations.

    As a result, individuals successfully completing this course will acquire significant core knowledge and skills and the ability to remove and replace Electric/Hybrid vehicle high voltage components.

    This course is suitable for individuals who may encounter electric/hybrid vehicles within a routine maintenance situation or individuals who are interested in developing their skills within this area.

    How will I learn?

    You will learn through group based delivery of practical and theory based skills. Safety measures will be in place based on government guidance at the time of the course.

    Courses will run multiple times each month from October 2020. Please enquire for dates.

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    IT Cyber Security - Understand threats to ICT systems and data

    Course provider: Shipley College

    Industry: Digital

    Dates: Rolling registration, start anytime

    Level: 2

    Duration: Three weeks

    Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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    IT Cyber Security - Understand threats to ICT systems and data

    This course provides learners with knowledge of common threats to ICT systems and data and ways to protect ICT systems from these threats. You will also understand how to protect data within an organisation.

    Following this course, you may like to consider working in roles where you need to have the knowledge and skills to understand the basic cyber security threats that exist in organisations. This could lead to career options in IT networking and Data security.

    How will I study?

    Through an online workbook with access to online tutor led sessions.

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    Remote Working Skills with Mailchimp Marketing Taster

    Course provider: Calderdale College

    Industry: Digital

    Dates: Rolling registration, start anytime

    Level: 3 (unit)

    Duration: One month

    Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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    Remote Working Skills with Mailchimp Marketing Taster

    In these uncertain times, remote working has become vital to enable businesses to continue to function and communicate effectively.

    This online course will introduce participants to a broad range of remote working, skills tips and techniques, with an additional focus on personal wellbeing and work/life balance enabling them to develop working practices to increase their efficiency and maximise return on time invested for themselves and their employer.

    Impact for employees

    Employees will:

    • Gain the digital skills and knowledge required to reduce the constraints faced with remote digital working
    • Develop an understanding of how to effectively manage work/life balance when working remotely
    • Achieve unit accreditation from ILM in working remotely, demonstrating a range of the key digital skills that are in high demand in today’s labour market

    Impact for employers:

    • Increased efficiency of individuals and teams that are working remotely
    • Supporting employee wellbeing and motivation, when operating remotely
    • Development of a workforce that harnesses the endless opportunities of digital remote working

    Assessment Task:

    Participants will be required to provide an outline of the advantages and disadvantages for both businesses and remote workers of operating remotely. They will extend this with an explanation of how a range of constraints on operating remotely impact on both the enterprise and the remote worker. Participants will then describe the principal features of how to maximise a range of opportunities for businesses by working remotely.

    In addition to course content, 'wrap around' content will be provided focusing on Mailchimp. This will enable remote workers to bring their audience data, marketing channels, and insights together so they can reach their goals more effectively. With Mailchimp, remote workers can promote their business across email, social, landing pages, postcards, and more.

    Following this course you may be more likely to progress into roles where you are largely working independently (freelance roles, for example), roles that require the knowledge and skills to use and manage digital information, roles requiring an understanding of digital marketing.

    How will you study?

    You will need to commit to three hours study and eight hours for assessment completion and submission (total 11 hours).

    All participants will have access to a named tutor, online forums and there will be regular reviews throughout the course.

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    How to Communicate and Collaborate Online

    Course provider: Shipley College

    Industry: Digital

    Dates: Rolling registration, start anytime

    Level: 2 short course

    Duration: Up to five weeks

    Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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    How to Communicate and Collaborate Online

    Learn how to communicate and collaborate online using a range of technology.

    On completion of this course you may progress to roles where you need to have the knowledge and skills to use and manage digital information, keep yourself and others safe when using digital devices and communicate and collaborate online.

    How will I study?

    You will receive one to one support with feedback provided.

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    How to Effectively Use and Manage Online Information

    Course provider: Shipley College

    Industry: Digital

    Dates: Rolling registration, start anytime

    Level: 2 short course

    Duration: Up to three weeks

    Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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    How to effectively use and manage online information

    This course covers how to search for and select appropriate information to meet personal and organisational needs. Learners will understand how to evaluate the information they find, understand copyright, and be able to store information in line with organisational procedures.

    Once you have completed this course you maybe employable in roles where you need to have the knowledge and skills to use and manage digital information, keep yourself and others safe when using digital devices and communicate and collaborate online.

    How will I study?

    You will receive one to one support with feedback provided.

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    Progressing Your Career in Digital

    Course provider: Shipley College

    Industry: Digital

    Dates: Rolling registration, start anytime

    Level: 2 short course

    Duration: Up to three weeks

    Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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    Progressing Your Career in Digital

    This course will cover how to manage and promote your digital reputation and online identity. You will be able to use social media and the internet to search and prepare applications for voluntary and paid employment and use technology to facilitate personal and professional learning and career progression.

    How will I study?

    You will carry out independent online learning with a workbook and tutor support via email where needed.

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    Principles of Digital Marketing

    Course provider: Shipley College

    Industry: Digital

    Dates: Rolling registration, start anytime

    Level: 2 short course

    Duration: Up to five weeks

    Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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    Principles of Digital Marketing

    This course aims to provide learners with an understanding of the role of digital marketing and integral elements such as search engine optimisation (SEO), internet market research, digital marketing devices and technology.

    How will I study?

    You will carry out independent online learning with a workbook and tutor support via email where needed. You will receive assessment feedback.


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    How to Publish, Integrate and Share Using Social Media

    Course provider: Shipley College

    Industry: Digital

    Dates: Rolling registration, start anytime

    Level: 2 short course

    Duration: Up to five weeks

    Venue: Online (remote teaching, learn at home)

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    How to Publish, Integrate and Share Using Social Media

    The aim of this short course is to develop the knowledge and understanding to publish, integrate and share using social media. You will be able to identify the main networks and their features used in social media and why they would use them. You will also be able to identify the benefits and risks of networking on social media for an organisation.

    This course may encourage progression to roles where you need to have the knowledge and skills to publish, integrate and share using social media.

    How will I study?

    You will carry out independent online learning with a workbook and tutor support via email where needed.

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    Methods of Land and Civil Surveying

    Course provider: Leeds College of Building

    Industry: Construction

    Dates: W/C 22 February 2021

    Level: 4

    Duration: 16 weeks

    Venue: Outdoor activities and classroom theory sessions at Leeds College of Building

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    Methods of Land and Civil Surveying

    The course is aimed at employed or career changing individuals with an interest in surveying or requirement to carry out surveying roles.

    It will introduce the practice and theory of surveying and its application in the workplace. The course typically models the workflow required to produce control of position, existing topographic information, data modelling and subsequent setting out functions required for the life cycle of development.

    Aspects of the subjects also cover surveying principles with a focus on causes of error, mitigation techniques and standards of practice. There is also a significant time allocated to the calculation of 3 dimensional coordinates from field measurements. Part of the workflow requires the use of AutoCad Civil 3D which will focus on 3D modelling of ground height.

    Acquiring this qualification will give career opportunities in land, civil surveying, rail building and mining sectors where there is a high demand for recruitment. Possible further education includes Geospatial Techniques, Utility Surveying and Graphical Information Systems (GIS).

    Impact for employees

    To gain knowledge and ability in surveying methods.

    Be able to fulfil surveying roles on site with added confidence.

    Know how to use standard functions found on modern surveying instruments.

    Introduction to AutoCad functionality.

    Be able to make better informed decisions about surveying requirements on site.

    To gain report writing skills. This includes tools such as Word and Harvard referencing skills.

    To develop communication, group working and researching skills.

    Impact for employers

    Increase the skills and knowledge amongst employees resulting in time and efficiency savings.

    Potential to improve accuracy on site.

    Better informed people.

    How will I learn?

    This is a 16 week course with group and individual work on practical and theory culminating in three assignments containing written work, a portfolio of fieldwork and calculations.

    Demonstration and practice in surveying methods outdoors and theory sessions delivered in the classroom.

    Training in the use of instruments in the classroom and during practical exercises.

    Teaching and practice of calculations delivered in the classroom - calculations are based on the field work collected.

    3D modelling of data using AutoCad delivered in Cad suites in the college.

    The course is ideally delivered at college where access to instruments and Cad can be easily managed, although additional sessions can be delivered online individually or to groups to further compliment the classroom work.

    Contribution to group practical work is compulsory.

    Friday mornings - 9am - 1pm

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    Concepts and Principles of Information Management using BIM

    Course provider: Leeds College of Building

    Industry: Construction

    Dates: W/C 1 February 2021

    Level: 4

    Duration: 16 weeks

    Venue: Online or classroom

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    Concepts and Principles of Information Management using BIM

    This part-time course is targeted at employed industry professionals and those looking to progress into professional roles within the Built Environment sector.

    The main aim is to introduce the learners to the concepts and principles of information management throughout the lifecycle of built assets. This will assist in developing a detailed understanding of the processes and key documentation. It will explore Building Information Modelling (BIM) within the context of national and global developments. This will include the development of BIM and contents of current 19650 BIM standards. The learners will also be introduced to the uses of various software applications, terminology and key documentation for a BIM enabled project.

    This course will imbed understanding of specifying information requirements, information delivery, information security and management / storage in accordance with industry standards.

    Knowledge gained through this course will assist in a wide range of pathways and roles within the industry. This includes project management, BIM co-ordination, architecture and site management.

    This is a non-practical, all theory based unit.

    Impact for employees

    To gain knowledge in current international BIM standards used in industry

    To gain understanding of BIM terminology and processes to assist in effective information management throughout the life cycle of assets

    To gain awareness of industry used software applications

    To gain report writing skills. This includes tools such as Word and Harvard referencing skills.

    To develop communication, group working and researching skills.

    Impact for employers

    To develop understanding of BIM within the workforce to promote a consistent approach to information management.

    To develop understanding for successful BIM implementation within the built environment.

    To encourage the use of digital ways of working to increase efficiency and reduce waste.

    How will I learn?

    This course can be delivered both in the classroom or online. It will consist of lecture-based delivery with group work, interactive learning tasks and individual study sessions. If delivered in the classroom it will be based at Leeds College of Building.

    The in-class teaching would be dependent on COVID-19 control measures. Learners will participate in lecturers, group work (where appropriate), individual reading exercises and report writing.

    Knowledge gained through this unit will assist in a wide range of pathways and roles within the industry. This includes project management, BIM co-ordination, architecture and site management.

    Monday evenings - 5pm - 7pm

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