Employer Hub courses

Training Opportunities

The Employer Hub is situated in the heart of Lancaster & Morecambe College, providing technical and professional education.

We offer a host of full-cost courses for those wanting to gain professional qualifications required to progress in their careers. 

We are also pleased to announce that we have secured funding from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) which is part of the new government Levelling Up Project. As a college we will be supporting local businesses, entrepreneurs, volunteers and our local community with training and development in line with the local skills demand. We will also be supporting businesses with decarbonation and promoting awareness of sustainable practices.

Have a look through our new Adult Course Guide at all the courses available to enquire about today.

Employer Hub courses
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Emergency First Aid at Work

5 June, 6 August, 15 October, 3 December
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
1 day course, £125

This short intensive one-day course covers all topics necessary to meet the Health and Safety Executive’s requirements for Emergency First Aid at Work which complies with the Health and Safety (first Aid) Regulations 1981.

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For further information or to book a place contact 01524 521223 or
employerengagement@lmc.ac.uk

Personal Licence Holders BIIAB

26 June, 22 August, 17 October, 4 December
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
1 day course, £125

This short intensive one-day course covers all topics necessary to fully understand the Personal Licence Holders Handbook, followed by a short multiple choice examination

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For further information or to book a place contact 01524 521223 or
employerengagement@lmc.ac.uk

IOSH Managing Safely

28, 29 & 30 August
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
3 day course, £350

The IOSH ‘Managing Safely’ course is unlike any other Health and Safety course because it delivers practical step-by-step guidance with a sharp business focus that’s hands-on and jargon-free. The innovative format and content is engaging and inspiring – critical to embedding safety and health throughout your entire organisation.

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For further information or to book a place contact 01524 521223 or
employerengagement@lmc.ac.uk

18th Edition Wiring Regulations

12, 19 & 27 July
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
3 day course, £400

This 18th Edition 3-day course covers the New Regulations which became mandatory in January 2019.
The course is aimed at Electrical Engineers, who are looking to update existing qualifications, as well as those wanting to join a government approved Part P scheme provider.

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For further information or to book a place contact 01524 521223 or
employerengagement@lmc.ac.uk

Initial Verification & Periodic Inspection & Testing of Electrical Installations Combined - Level 3 Award

29-30th July & 5-6 August, practical date to be confirmed
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
5 day course, £700

This 5-day course is suitable for experienced electricians looking to improve skills and understanding of Initial Verification & Periodic Inspection & Testing of Electrical Installations. The course covers inspecting and testing of new, existing single, and three-phase installation in line with the requirements of BS 7671, as well as the correct completion of certification and reporting.

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For further information or to book a place contact 01524 521223 or
employerengagement@lmc.ac.uk

Site Management and Health & Safety courses

Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS)
18, 25 October, 1, 7 & 8 November
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
5 day course, £700

The SMSTS course is one of the most highly respected qualifications for persons who are responsible for the management of construction activities such as construction, building maintenance or facilities management. Many employers insist that all their site managers hold the certificate.

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Site Management Safety Training Scheme Refresher (SMSTS)
21 & 22 November
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
2 day course, £360

The Site Management Safety Training Scheme – Refresher (SMSTS-R) course is for candidates who have previously passed the full Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) course or subsequent refresher course and can provide proof of attendance. 

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Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS)
3 & 4 November
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
2 day course, £320

This is a two-day course and is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities. It provides supervisors with an understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, as well as their legal responsibilities relevant to their work activities. It will highlight the requirement to promote health and safety to supervise effectively.

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Health & Safety Awareness
27 September
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
1 day course, £160

This Site Safety Plus course is a popular route for anyone looking to take their first step towards obtaining a CSCS Labourers (Green) Card. This one day course can be for those who have entered, or are about to enter, the construction and civil engineering industry. The course gives candidates an awareness of health and safety and how it affects their daily role.

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For further information or to book a place contact 01524 521223 or
employerengagement@lmc.ac.uk

UKSPF funded training courses
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Business & Management courses

Supporting and Engaging a Multi-generational Workforce

Tuesday 25 June 2024
10am - 3pm

Supporting and engaging your workforce is a crucial  element in delivering great organisational success

When that workforce spans 4 generations simultaneously  (Generation Z, Millennials, Generation X and Baby Boomers) each with their own cultural identity and stereotypes. We will look at the theories behind the misunderstanding and frustration that can develop, resulting in potentially poor or mediocre performance.

The aim of this workshop is to demystify the cultural norms of  each generation. Identifying why each generation behave in certain way and explore the circumstances that have created that behaviour i.e. the world events, economic conditions, trends, and cultural norms of each era.
With greater understanding of what drives behaviour, the workshop will then explore practical ways in which to engage with each generation and encourage multi-generational collaboration.

To book your place please email  UKSPF@lmc.ac.uk or call  01524 521223 for further information

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Bookkeeping Courses

We are pleased to announce that we have secured funding from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) which is part of the new government Levelling Up Project. As a college we will be supporting local businesses, entrepreneurs, volunteers and our local community with training and development in line with the local skills demand. We will also be supporting businesses with decarbonation and promoting awareness of sustainable practices.

Introduction to Bookkeeping Part 1

Wednesday 18 September, 9.30am to 12.30pm 

The course consists of the following units:

  • The accounting process and flow of information from book of prime entry like sales day book/purchase day book/cash book, to ledgers, to financial statements (profit & loss and balance sheet)
  • Why we need these financial statements - classification of elements: assets, liabilities, income, expense, capital – double effect
  • Essential accounting documents - invoices/purchase orders/credit notes/remittance advice/statement of accounts

Introduction to Bookkeeping Part 2 

Wednesday 25 September, 9.30am to 12.30pm

The course consists of the following unit:

  • The tax implications and filing obligations for the most common business structures and how to ensure your business is tax efficient
  • Allowable and disallowable expenses
  • How to use your bookkeeping records to make decisions about your business

Accounting with Software 

Wednesday 2 October, 9.30am to 12.30pm

The course consists of the following units:

  • How to ACCURATELY enter all transactions in an accounting software
  • How to carry out some basic accounting reconciliation (bank reconciliation)

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For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

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Social Media & Marketing Workshops

We are pleased to be able to deliver, in conjunction with The Consult Centre and through the support of the UKSPF Project and Levelling Up fund, a suite of workshops to support businesses and our community. 

How to Content Plan for Your Business

Tuesday 9 July | 6-9pm
On-line delivery via Zoom

Thursday 1 August | 10-1pm
Face to Face in the Employer Hub @ LMC 

This workshop will guide you through devising a strategic content plan tailored to your business goals. Learn how to create, schedule, and manage compelling content that resonates with your audience.

Outcomes:

  • Understand the importance and principles of content planning.
  • Develop a comprehensive content plan tailored to your business needs.
  • Learn strategies for creating, scheduling, and managing content effectively.

Social Media - An Overview of the Platforms

10 & 11 July | 6-9pm
On-line delivery via Zoom, this course is delivered over 2 sessions

4 September | 10-4pm
Face to Face delivery in the Employer Hub @ LMC

Navigate the world of social media with confidence after this comprehensive workshop. We'll delve into the key platforms, exploring who uses them and how to decide which ones merit your time and energy.

Outcomes:

  • Gain a broad understanding of the major social media platforms.
  • Understand the demographics and usage patterns of each platform.
  • Learn how to choose the right platforms for your business based on your target audience and goals.

Email Marketing - The Basics of MailChimp

22 & 23 July | 6-9pm
On-line delivery via Zoom, this course is delivered over 2 sessions

6 September | 10-4pm
Face to Face delivery in the Employer Hub @ LMC

Unlock the potential of email marketing with this foundational MailChimp workshop. Learn how to craft engaging campaigns, manage subscriber lists, and analyse campaign performance.

Outcomes:

  • Understand the fundamentals of email marketing and MailChimp.
  • Learn how to create, send, and manage effective email campaigns.
  • Gain skills in analysing campaign performance and utilising insights for improvement.

To book your place please email UKSPF@lmc.ac.uk or call 01524 521223 for further information.

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Aspiring Leaders Programme

If you aspire to attain a leadership position in the future, the best way to prepare yourself is to demonstrate key leadership characteristics. Whether you’re a leader in an official capacity, or a team member who seeks greater responsibility, adopting, practicing, and applying the aspiring leader’s principles will support you to develop the key characteristics and traits to achieve personal and professional objectives. 

The sessions will explore the following key themes and will be delivered in a collaborative, experiential format. This will support you to explore issues you may encounter and identify possible solutions to move forward. 

Time Management

13 August 2024, 10am-4pm
26 September 2024, 10am-4pm

Do you spend your working day being busy from the minute you arrive at work until the time you leave but achieve very little? You will learn an array of tools and techniques to help you work smarter not harder and control events rather than be controlled by them.

Application of Leadership & Management Theories

1 August 2024, 10am-4pm
18 September 2024, 10am-4pm

In this session we will take a whistle stop tour of past and current theories to help you to navigate the complex landscape of leadership and management. The sessions will support you to build your knowledge and understanding and offer you an opportunity to learn more about the key theories used in business. The sessions will aim to enhance your confidence and understanding of the characteristics and behaviours you can adopt when applying theory to practice. 

Growth Mindset

18 July 2024, 10am-4pm
17 September 2024, 10am-4pm 

Leaders who believe their talents can be developed – through learning, practice, and hard work – have a growth mindset. Those with a growth mindset continuously learn throughout their careers to stay current with the best practices and trends in their industry. They adapt to the changing dynamics of the contemporary workplace, identify opportunities for personal growth, and, most importantly, apply their new knowledge and skills to support the development of their team.

Communication and Influence

11 July 2024, 10am-4pm
12 September 2024, 10am-4pm

To truly motivate others to accomplish great things, you’ll need to be able to share your ideas persuasively and ensure your messages are received as intended. Effective communication is at the root of the ability of a leader to engage, align, inspire, and move people to act. 

Emotional Intelligence

Coming soon

Our ability to understand and regulate our feelings is what psychologists often call “emotional intelligence” Leaders who have a high level of emotional intelligence enjoy a variety of benefits, including a heightened sense of self-awareness, an exceptional ability to understand others, a broad and diverse social network, greater motivation, and a higher income. 

Self-Awareness

Coming soon

The way we perceive ourselves can be much different than the way our colleagues perceive us due to unconscious bias. The best leaders exercise self-awareness by consistently asking questions about their performance and welcoming constructive feedback. You’ll also receive a guide to create a practical and sustainable leadership development plan.

For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

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Customer Relationship Training

How to develop Customer Relations in Hospitality
Coming soon 

How to develop Customer Relations in Retail

19 June 2024, 10am - 3pm

Customer Relations are so much more than the products customers require, whether that is a pair of shoes, a new car or a tin of beans, it is about making people feel special. Those businesses that do this well have happier customers, less complaints and most importantly repeat business. 

These 1-day courses explores the opportunities and skills to enable you to make your customers feel special. They are about understanding how we communicate and understanding sometimes why it goes wrong. It provides models to follow when someone complains, techniques to use to encourage sales and explores how different cultures have different social norms.

Course content:

  • Objectives 
  • Understanding communication 
    What is communication 
    The communication model 
  • Demonstrate ways to build customer rapport  
    Body language
    Question technique (be interested, not interesting)  
    Reading customer needs 
  • Identify the ‘moments of truth’ you have with the customer to create a positive impression 
  • Telephone skills 
  • How to handle a complaint effectively 
  • Encouraging sales 
    Know your product 
    Identifying customer needs 
    How to conduct a showround 
  • Understanding different cultures 
    How do different cultures like to be addressed
    What are their social norms 
  • Takeaways from the day 

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For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

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CMI Leadership & Management Training Level 3

CMI 308 Managing Volunteers

Wednesday 3 July • Wednesday 24 July • Wednesday 7 August 2024 • 9am - 12pm

Volunteers are uniquely placed to offer a wealth of skills and abilities to compliment those of employed staff within an organisation. Managed well, they can help an organisation improve the quality and capacity of the service. The aim of this unit is to equip managers with the knowledge of how to engage, motivate and support volunteers to be effective within their role and address challenges with a positive ‘can-do’ attitude.

CMI 311 Contributing to the Delivery of a Project

Tuesday 30 April • Tuesday 7 May • Tuesday 28 May 2024 • 9am - 12pm (Online Learning)
Whilst the scale, significance and complexity of a project will vary, the principles of carrying out a project will ultimately be the same. This unit aims to equip managers with the knowledge, tools and techniques for managing and monitoring projects. It also identifies approaches to managing risk and responding to the needs and expectations of stakeholders. The skills a manager will learn, will not only enable them to improve their own working practice, but will impact on the achievement of project outcomes.

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CMI 310 Supporting Teams and Individuals through Change

Wednesday 8 May • Wednesday 22 May • Wednesday 5 June 2024 • 10am – 3pm

Change is inevitable if an organisation is to maintain competitiveness and currency of practice. Managers are constantly asked to implement change to respond to commercial pressures, legal organisational requirements, efficiencies or improvements. Success often depends on the support given by managers to staff. The aim of this unit is to enable managers to lead people positively through change. This is achieved by implementing plans which identify ways to make change successful, and gaining the support and trust of individuals and teams.

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CMI 317 Supporting the Delivery of Customer Service

Coming soon

Customers are key to the success of any business and it is essential to know how to deliver a great customer experience that meets and exceeds the expectations of all customers. This should be regardless of whether they are a colleague, department within an organisation, or a member of the public purchasing a product or using a service. The aim of this unit is to equip you with an understanding of the parameters in which good customer service is delivered. It focuses on the end to end customer journey and encourages you to reflect on the customer service experience through the customer’s eyes.

CMI 306 Principles of Equality, Diversity & Inclusive Working Practices

Coming soon

Treating colleagues, customers and stakeholders with dignity and respect enables relationships to develop and thrive. This unit focuses on how to develop inclusive working practices in line with organisational and legal frameworks. This will not only improve the productivity and wellbeing of staff, but impact positively on the whole customer experience.

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For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

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CMI Leadership & Management Training Level 5

Unit 501 - Principles of Management and Leadership in an Organisational Context

Coming soon

Being equipped with the knowledge, skills and behaviours to manage and lead in a variety of organisational settings is essential if an individual and their organisation are to succeed. This unit has been designed for those who want to develop or sharpen their professional edge and enhance personal effectiveness. You will evaluate the impact of an organisation’s structure and governance on management and leadership, and then explore theoretical models, management and leadership styles and approaches designed to promote a culture of mutual trust, respect and support.

Unit 502 - Developing, Managing and Leading Individuals and Teams to Achieve Success

Coming soon

The ability to lead individuals and teams to success is arguably the most important skill a manager can possess. This unit focuses on the essential management and leadership skills required to fulfil this challenging but rewarding role. The unit opens by focusing on the theoretical and practical approaches to developing, leading, and managing teams (remote or multi-disciplinary). The manager will look at techniques to assess current and future team capabilities, including the role of recruitment, selection and staff development which supports this. On successful completion of the unit, the manager will not only know the principles of managing individuals and teams, but they will understand approaches for supporting, motivating and inspiring teams and individuals to exceed expectations.

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Unit 504 - Managing Performance

  • Tuesday  23 April 2024, 9am-12pm
  • Tuesday 7 May 2024, 9am-12pm
  • Tuesday 21 May 2024, 9am-12pm

Managing the performance of staff is essential to the smooth running of an organisation. This unit evaluates the reasons for managing performance and the approaches that can be used. It explores methods of rewarding the performance of individuals who exceed expectations, and analyses ways of managing under performance in a professional and supportive manner. This unit focuses on the way performance management, when used effectively, is able to impact on individual and organisational achievement.

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For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

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Workplace Development Training

The Employer Engagement Team support businesses to identify, design, develop and implement work-force education and training programmes linked to the strategic needs of your business. We have outlined below just some of the workshops we have on offer.

Emotional Intelligence in the Work Place

11 September 2024, 10am - 3pm
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
 

Research has identified having high levels of emotional intelligence (EI) is a greater indicator of personal success than having high level of intelligence Quotient (IQ). In the workplace having managers with high levels of EI leads to more open and motivated team working.

The course will provide an overview of the 4 components of the Emotional Intelligence model; Emotional Self Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness and Social Skills and explore how each component relates to activities in the workplace.

Communication Skills

25 September 2024, 10am-3pm
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College

The course explores what elements prevent teams from communicating effectively and delivering results, using the 5 ‘Dysfunctions of a Team’ model and providing practical solutions to improve the communication. 

Having considered team dynamics in communication the course then focuses on individual communication styles and how they impact our ability to influence and persuade. You will identify your own style and practice using other styles.

Appraisal Skills

12 June, 10am-3pm
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College 

An appraisal conducted positively will gain the commitment and energy of the employee to move forward with the organisation, delivered badly will demotivate and disengage the most committed staff member.

This practical course will enable managers of teams to prepare and deliver an effective appraisal interview and provide the skills of giving and receiving feedback, including how to handle difficult conversations.

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Supporting and Engaging a Multi-generational Workforce

25 June 2024, 10am - 3pm
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
 

Supporting and engaging your workforce is a crucial element in delivering great organisational success.

When that workforce spans 4 generations simultaneously (Generation Z, Millennials, Generation X and Baby Boomers) each with their own cultural identity and stereotypes, working in harmony can be tricky business. We will look at the theories behind the misunderstanding and frustrations that can develop, resulting in potentially poor or mediocre performance.

The aim of this workshop is to demystify the cultural norms of each generation. Identifying why each generation behave in certain way and explore the circumstances that have created that behaviour i.e. the world events, economic conditions, trends, and cultural norms of each era.

With greater understanding of what drives behaviour, the workshop will then explore practical ways in which to engage with each generation and encourage multi-generational collaboration.

Motivation Skills: 
How to get the Best from Your Team

Coming soon
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
 

Teams who are motivated and engaged in their organisation are more productive, take less sick leave and stay longer. 

In this course you will explore the theories of motivation and then identify motivation factors on 3 levels for yourself, for each of your team members and for the team as a whole. Once identified you will explore practical activities to undertake to improve motivation and engagement in your team.

Train the Trainer

Coming soon
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College

The 2-day Train the Trainer Course provides learners with a really ‘hands-on’ experience of how to train practically in the work place. The initial morning will focus on how people learn and how that translates into steps of an effective training session. The afternoon and following day will provide the learners with the opportunities to practice these skills a minimum of twice and also learn different training techniques to make their training more interactive.

Developing Productive Teams

Coming soon
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College
 

We have all worked for teams that on paper should be brilliant, but for whatever reason never really deliver their full potential. The aim of the 1-day course is to consider what elements make a truly effective team and then to identify and explore ways in which these elements can be encouraged within your own teams. The elements include areas such as team trust, accountability and fear of conflict and inattention to results.

Social Media: An overview of the platforms

Coming soon
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College

Navigate the world of social media with confidence after this comprehensive workshop. We'll delve into the key platforms, exploring who uses them and how to decide which ones merit your time and energy.

Outcomes:

  • Gain a broad understanding of the major social media platforms.
  • Understand the demographics and usage patterns of each platform.
  • Learn how to choose the right platforms for your business based on your target audience and goals.

Employee Relations – Handling Grievances & Disciplinaries

Coming soon
Employer Hub, Lancaster & Morecambe College  

Employee relations is the management of employees who are not working within the terms of their employment, whether that is due to capability or poor behaviour.

The course will explain the disciplinary process and potential legal pitfalls and work through a number of case studies to provide confidence in handling disciplinary situations in the workplace.

For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

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IT & Computing courses

Cyber Security Awareness for Your Business

Coming soon

Protecting yourself and your business from cyber security risks can seem daunting but there are some simple steps you can take to ensure you have the basics in place. This free, 3 hour workshop aims to introduce you to Cyber Security for your business and give you the awareness of threats and what steps can be taken to help mitigate those threats.

The main areas included in this workshop are:

  • What is Cyber Security?
  • Awareness of Cyber Threats of where they come from
  • What steps you can take to protect your business

We will also provide you with further information and ways you can help protect yourself and your business.

Who is this Workshop for?

This 3-hour workshop is aimed at business owners, directors and senior managers of SMEs and is free to attend. 

Enquire here

For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

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Excel Courses all levels - Multiply

Excel Beginers

6 June 2024, 9.30am-4pm
28 September 2024, 9.30am-4pm

This workshop is designed for clients who are new to spreadsheets but are involved in using them in the workplace. Microsoft Excel is a very powerful spreadsheet application designed to save you time and make easy work of calculating, displaying and sharing data.

Refreshments and a light business lunch is included.

In this workshop we will start with the basics and help you develop the skills to create your next professional spreadsheet.

Topics covered will include:
• A first look at Excel
• Basic functions of Excel
• Formatting
• Formulas and Functions
• Charts
• Printing

Enquire here

For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

 

Excel Intemediate

27 June 2024, 9.30am-4pm
4 September 2024, 9.30am-4pm

This one-day training course aims to give basic users of Microsoft Excel knowledge of commands and functions which will make them more proficient in spreadsheet and development. How to apply these tools to solving their own business problems and good spreadsheet practice will also be covered.

This workshop is aimed at members of the workplace with a basic working knowledge of Microsoft Excel who are involved in using spreadsheets each day and would like to build on their current skills. Refreshments and a light business lunch is included.

In this workshop we will start to build on the Microsoft Excel skills you already use each day with an emphasis on automating your use of a spreadsheet.

Topics covered will include:
• Creating a spreadsheet
• Opening and importing
• Formulas
• Editing cells
• Printing
• Formatting cells
• Formatting worksheets
• Creating charts
• Formatting charts
• Cell referencing
• Functions
• Names
• Linking
• Filtering and sorting

Enquire here

For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

Excel Advanced

10 July 2024, 9.30am-4pm

This workshop is aimed at members of the workplace with a clear working knowledge of Microsoft Excel who are involved in using spreadsheets each day and would like to introduce advanced techniques to automate everyday tasks. Microsoft Excel is a very powerful spreadsheet application designed to save you time and make easy work of calculating, displaying and sharing data.

This Advanced Excel workshop will introduce you to some of Microsoft Excel’s more powerful features and functions. Refreshments and a light business lunch is included.

In this workshop we will start to build on the Microsoft Excel skills you already use each day with the introduction of advanced spreadsheet techniques.

Topics covered will include:
• Editing data
• Displaying data
• Sharing, comparing and merging worksheets
• Password and security
• Sorting
• Filtering
• Validating with Microsoft Excel
• Linking and embedding
• Hyperlinks
• Using advanced functions
• Using macros
• Pivot tables
• Scenarios
• Auditing

Enquire here

For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

Electrical & Sustainable Construction Courses
Sustainable Training courses

Electrical  & Sustainable Construction COurses

Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation

Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation
C&G 2919-31 Level 3 Award
Coming soon

This qualification is aimed at practicing electricians interested in understanding how to install the range of equipment and systems available. It covers the specialised installation requirements of electric vehicle charging equipment in public, private and commercial locations, and includes exclusive guidance on electrical requirements. By the end of the course you will understand and be able to apply selection, installation and commissioning of electric vehicle charging equipment in domestic, commercial and industrial locations.

  • 2 day course
  • Cost: £100 which will include lunch
Enquire here

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For further information contact 
ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

Understanding Domestic Retrofit

Understanding Domestic Retrofit Level 2 Award
Coming soon

Course Overview

This Level 2 qualification course has been designed to provide learners with a comprehensive overview of retrofit activities. During the course, you will learn the key aspects required to ensure a successful retrofit project, including the information used, health and safety considerations, resource management, risk assessment, contractual requirements, and the intricate processes involved.

You will be required to complete 3 units that will provide you with:

  • The knowledge of why retrofit is so important to environmental sustainability
  • What retrofit is including the principles, standards, regulations, roles and materials
  • Installation processes

On successful completion of this course, you will possess a solid foundation in the fundamentals of retrofitting, empowering you to contribute effectively to any retrofit project.

Who Is This Course For?

This course is beneficial for individuals working in various trades such as plastering, joinery, carpentry, rendering, heat pump installation, and solar panel installation. It is also suitable for professionals in the fields of retrofit advising, retrofit assessing, retrofit coordinating, and retrofit designing.

This 2-day course is delivered face to face at Lancaster and Morecambe College and is fully funded, further more we have attendance grants of £100 per day available for SME’s with fewer than 250 employees (must be based in the Lancaster District, evidenced by employer postcode).Enquire here

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ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

Sustainable Training courses

Carbon Reduction & Sustainable Planning Workshops

Lancaster & Morecambe College are pleased to offer these short workshops to support you, your business and employees in working sustainably. 

Carbon Reduction Plans and Net Zero: A Practical Guide for your Business

8 July, 11 November, 1am – 4pm

  • Carbon: what it is and why it matters
  • Business carbon footprinting: a beginner’s guide
  • Carbon offsetting, carbon neutral, net zero: making sense of it all
  • Carbon reduction: practical ideas
  • Meeting carbon-related standards and requirements: Carbon Reduction Plans, Science-Based net zero targets and more

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Environmental Certification for your Business

8 July,  11 November, 9am – 12pm

  • Understanding the environmental impacts of business
  • Environmental certification: Business benefits
  • Which environmental certification is right for your business?
  • Taking environmental action: Practical ideas

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Environmental Responsibilities in the Workplace Level 1 Award

15 July, 19 September, 9am - 4pm

This 1-day Level 1 award will be of interest to a wide range of businesses looking to gain knowledge of
sustainable practices. On this course you will:

  • Learn about the environmental impacts generated by business and how to respond to them
  • Understand what climate change is and why reducing carbon emissions from business is so important
  • Explore your own role and what you can do

Enquire here

Managing Business Responses to Environmental Challenges Level 2 Award 

3 & 4 October 2024, 9am – 4pm
2-day course

This 2-day Level 2 award will be of interest to supervisors and managers from a wide range of industries
and businesses. On  this course you will:

  • Be able to describe the key environmental impact of business
  • Learn about the challenges and benefits to business of taking account of environmental impact
  • Understand some key principles to develop an effective approach for your own business
  • Learn about environmental standards and accreditations available to benefit business

Enquire here

For further information 

ukspf@lmc.ac.uk01524 521223

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Health & Safety courses

Health & Safety courses

Mental Health Awareness

9 July 2024
10 September 2024

Half day course • 12:30pm - 5pm

This is a half day course designed to increase mental health awareness and give an understanding of how to look after wellbeing and challenge stigma.

What’s covered

  • Mental health
  • Factors that affect mental health
  • Stigma
  • Stress and stress management
  • Spotting signs of distress
  • Mental health conditions
  • Recovery
  • My mental health toolkit
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Safeguarding - Basic Awareness Training for Volunteers

19 July 2024
20 September 2024
Half day course • 9.30am to 12.30pm

This practical and interactive, half day session will consist of a blend of video scenarios, group exercises and short inputs; attendees will also be provided with appropriate support materials regarding basic awareness of safeguarding for volunteers.

Sessions on this course include:

  1. Changes and challenges: what does 'safeguarding' mean in the UK in the twenty first century?
  2. Keeping yourself safe and dealing with concerns about other adults and/or organisations
  3. Understanding abuse and neglect
  4. How to listen effectively
  5. Recording and reporting concerns

Rest assured, there will be plenty of scope for thinking, discussion and questions; things that are absolutely integral to dealing effectively with need, risk and uncertainty when working with vulnerable people
The session will be facilitated by Phil Threlfall. A former child protection social worker and senior manager with Lancashire County Council, Phil has worked with children, young people and adults at risk for nearly thirty five years.

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Mental Health Champion

18 June 2024
9 July 2024
8 August 2024
12 September 2024

Full day course • 9.30am to 4.30pm

This course is an internationally recognised awareness and skills training course which teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill-health and provide initial help. The course will not teach you to be a therapist, but you will learn to listen, reassure and respond, even in a crisis.

This course will cover the following topics:

  • Mental health and stress in the workplace
  • Depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Other mental health issues (eating disorders, self-harm,psychosis)
  • Alcohol, drugs and mental health
  • Applying the MHFA action plan: ALGEE
  • Suicide
  • Recovery
  • Building a mentally healthy workplace
  • Action planning

Research and evaluation shows that taking part in this course helps with:

  • Raises awareness and mental health literacy.
  • Reduces stigma around mental ill-health. 
  • Boosts knowledge and confidence in dealing with mental health issues.
  • Promotes early intervention which enables recovery.

For further information contact 

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Food Safety in Catering & Food Allergen Awareness

Food Allergen Awareness

12 July, 9:30am - 4pm
2 September, 9:30am - 4pm
11 November, 9:30am - 4pm

The Qualsafe Food Allergen Awareness (Level 2 RQF) qualification enables you to attain knowledge of food allergens and food intolerances alongside the importance of good practice so that safe food is produced and sold.
This regulated and nationally recognised qualification has been specifically designed for people who are working in, or preparing to work in a food handling, food retail or food manufacturing role.

On completion of this course you will gain a strong  understanding of food allergens and food intolerances, the effects these can have on individuals, how to control cross-contamination from allergenic ingredients and how to provide accurate food allergen information.

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Food Safety in Catering

22 May, 10 July, 11 September, 19 November, 9:30am - 4pm 

Did you know that there are an estimated 1 million cases of food poisoning in the UK each year?

EU and UK regulations state that all food handlers must receive appropriate training in food safety practices relevant to their duties. However, having  a good understanding of food safety practices is not only a legal requirement, it is also essential in protecting the health of both consumers and food handlers.

The QA Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification for people working, or planning to work, in the food catering industry. The qualification is also ideal for those who come into contact with food handling areas due to the nature of their work, such as pest control officers and delivery personnel.

Successful candidates will gain a strong understanding of the importance of food safety, including correct food handling practices and measures to reduce the risk of contamination.

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Manual Handling, Health & Safety and Risk Assessment Workshops

Lancaster & Morecambe College are pleased to offer these short workshops to support you, your business and employees in working safely. All workshops are available to be delivered in the workplace or at the Employer Hub at LMC. 

Manual Handling

Coming soon 

This short half day workshop is designed to raise awareness, help reduce risk and encourage safer lifting techniques. 

The workshop consists of the following units: 

  • The potential hazards of manual handling in the workplace 
  • Legislation and guidance 
  • Controlling and reducing the risk of harm 
  • Manual handling techniques 

There will be an opportunity for some light practical exercises but these are optional.  The course will run from 9am – 12pm with a short break. There is a multi-choice question paper assessment at the end.

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Health & Safety

This short one day workshop aims to provide you with understanding and knowledge of health & safety. This is a college certified course designed to ensure that you are aware of your own safety and the safety of customers, contractors and the public.

The workshop consists of the following units:

  • Understand the responsibilities placed on employers and employees
  • Understand the hazards, risks and main causes of harm to workers
  • Understand the importance of following systems, procedures and rules
  • Understand how individual action can reduce risks to health and safety
  • Appreciate how workplace equipment and task design affect health and safety

Risk Assessment

This short one day workshop is designed to help improve workplace culture and occupational health & safety by enabling you to understand the basic principles of risk assessment. This course is suitable for anyone in a work environment as it raises your awareness of risk assessment

The workshop consists of the following units:

  • How to maintain a safe work environment
  • The process of formal risk assessment
  • Legal requirements for risk assessment
  • Principles of risk assessment including: Hazards, risks and control measures
  • The five steps of risk assessments
  • The hierarchy of control
  • Risk assessment review and record keeping

For further information 

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Introduction to Fire Safety Awareness

Coming soon
Half day course • 9am to 12pm

Is your Workplace Safe?

This Introduction to Fire Safety Awareness is designed for those who want to increase their awareness of fire safety in the workplace.

You will learn basic fire safety principles in order to ensure that you can keep yourself and others safe at all times in the workplace. You will also learn what to do in the event of an emergency and the simple measures that can be taken to control the risk of fires.

With subjects covered in just half a day, this course is an ideal way to ensure that all employees have a good understanding of fire safety.

What’s Covered?

  • Causes of fires in the workplace
  • The costs of fires in the workplace for employers, employees and society
  • Basic fire safety duties and responsibilities
  • Actions to be taken in the event of a fire
  • Safe use of portable fire-fighting equipment
  • Fire safety equipment checks
  • Principles of fire risk control
    Key elements for effective fire risk management
    The fire triangle and controlling fire risks
    Fire risk control measures
    Fire prevention measures
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Understanding Substance Use and Misuse

Understanding Substance Misuse in the Adult Care Sector

  • Coming soon

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Understanding Substance Use and Misuse (Young Persons)

  • Coming soon

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If you are a professional working in the education sector you will be acutely aware of the many challenges and temptations students encounter. Today the pressures being faced by our next generation cannot be underestimated and with this pressure comes the increased temptation and risks posed by Substances. If you feel that increasing your knowledge and developing your understanding of substance use and misuse fits in with your ongoing work and CIPD then please consider the following training.  

The following topics will be delivered in a focused 3hr session, the delivery will be interactive, informative and challenging and will consider contemporary issues affecting students journeys with substance use and misuse. 

  1. Young people Substance Use and Misuse 
    Objectives – To put some context to the issue of substance use and misuse. How and why does substance use progress from exploration and experimentation through to recreational use and possible dependency. What are the factors that contribute to the decision-making process? 
  2. Signs and Symptoms of Drug Use.
    Objective – to increase awareness regarding the physical, psychological and emotional signs and symptoms. Develop insight into the potential consequences and know what to look for should an someone be taking substances. To increase awareness of the key characteristics of substances. To improve understanding of the Risks and Consequences. 
  3. Treatment Models, Drugs the Law, Support.
    Objective – to gain a greater understanding of the theoretical basis of models for treatment, increase knowledge of the legal status and classification of substances and the implications for taking them, and explore what support is available for professionals, students, families and careers. To develop strategies to work with potential problems that may arise.

By the end of the session participants will be able to:

  • Name the most common substances in use by age and describe their effects 
  • Identify the reason why some may choose to use substances 
  • Recognise the risk factors for Substance Use and Misuse 
  • Describe common patterns of use amongst certain age groups including poly-drug use 
  • Recognsie prevention, recovery and harm reduction intervention 
  • Identify effective strategies to work with individuals that support positive choices.

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Taxi & Private Hire Driving Courses

Taxi and Private Hire Driving

This course is run in conjunction with Lancaster City Council and is specifically aimed at taxi drivers wanting to learn more about driver safety and to improve their customer service skills. 

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