The educators offer a wide variety of vocational courses to individuals of all ages. These programmes are available in schools, colleges, universities and other organisations around the country. Learners receive the highest level of support and help along the way when undertaking these courses. They have the opportunity to gain quality assured Customised Accreditation, which will open doors when it comes to both education and employment.
Why study Open College Network courses?
If you are considering undertaking an Open College Network course, understanding the advantages of doing so is essential. First of all, the range of qualifications available under this provider is widely diverse. It is worth looking at the courses that are currently running to determine which will be of interest and benefit to you. Open College Network courses also have transparent costing, which means that you will understand the fees up front.
Should you decide to begin your studies with the NOCN, you will have access to a local training provider where you will undertake your certification. Each training course is underlined by support from experts in the field who will guide you through the entire process. The flexible development service means that you can gain qualifications at your own convenience. You can access high-level qualifications that are recognised on a national level while studying locally. Moreover, the training provider prides itself on being a charitable organisation with ethical and sustainable business practices.
What jobs can I do?
Before you get started and undertake an Open College Network course, you should consider the positions it will open for you. There is a range of qualifications that you can undertake with this training provider. Learning about each one and looking into your various options will give you a clear understanding of the roles for which you can apply.
When you have fully completed your training, you may wish to process to some form of Higher Education. However, for those who want to finish their formal education at this point, there are many roles that will become available. Here are some of the jobs for which you will be prepared after completing an NOCN course.
- Office Manager
- Team Leader
- NVQ Assessor
- Trainee Teacher
- Teaching Assistant
What Open College Network courses are available?
Finally, let’s take a moment to look at some of the Open College Network courses that are available. You will have the opportunity to complete these qualifications at a local training centre. Here are some choice examples.
- Certificate in Education and Training
- Certificate in Leadership
- Award in Education and Training
- Certificate in Leadership and Management
- Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA)