Level 3 Certificate in Cyber Security Practices over 8 weeks
Netcom Training is offering YOU an exceptional opportunity to access a Level 3 certificated learning programme in Cyber Security Practices.
As part of this FREE programme, you will gain valuable experience from experts in the field, who will guide you through and teach you a range of topics including: understanding intelligence threats, vulnerabilities, controls and professional behaviours required within the industry.
As a FREE add on, Netcom Training will give you access to ‘Scrum Master’- a widely recognised professional project management tool.
As if that is not enough, Netcom Training’s in-house employment team will provide one to one support with CV and interview techniques and assist you through employment opportunities.
What is Cyber Security?
Cyber security involves techniques that help secure various digital components, networks, data, computer systems from non-authorised digital access.
As part of the program, you will acquire knowledge and skills related to cyber security practices which will enable learners to either go into employment or further study in this field.
- Threat intelligence in cyber security
- Understand legislation and ethical conduct within cyber security
- Understand cyber security practices
- Professional skills and behaviours for cyber security
- Cyber security testing, vulnerabilities and controls
- Cyber security incident response
- Career Opportunities
Through this course, learners will be able to consolidate their knowledge of Cyber Security alongside gaining practical skills that could be used to enhance their employment prospects.
- Security Software Developer
- Cyber Security Analyst
- Cyber Network Engineer
Start date: Monday 17th October 2022Study mode: Monday to Thursday, 6pm – 9pm and a additional workshop on Fridays Course length 8 weeks Delivery: Online (tutor-led classes)
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Event to Help Calderdale People on Your Employment or Learning Journey
Local Charity Halifax Opportunities Trust to Host Employment and Careers Event to Unlock Opportunities and Connect Employers with Potential Candidates
Join us at the HOT Opportunities Event
on Thursday 15th September 2022 between 3pm – 6pm
at the Elsie Whiteley Innovation Centre
Halifax Opportunities Trust (HOT) is hosting an Opportunities Event at its social enterprise business hub, Elsie Whiteley Innovation Centre, on Thursday 15th September 2022, to help local people take the next step on their employment or learning journey.
The HOT Opportunities Event will provide information on all the opportunities available through the Trust, as well as hosting a market place for local employers to discuss their industry and the roles they have available. The event will offer guidance to anyone in the local community who is looking for support or advice in taking their next step.
Whether it’s unemployed people seeking employment opportunities, young people or school leavers looking to reach their career aspirations, or those currently in employment focused on professional growth or career development, the Trust will meet these needs by showcasing opportunities in a range of industries, areas and roles.
Faye Gilling, Marketing and Communications Lead at Halifax Opportunities Trust, comments: “This event is a great opportunity for anyone seeking guidance on the next step in their career. Whether just starting out or looking for a new challenge, HOT’s Employment, Apprenticeships, Central and Early Years teams will be at hand to provide informed advice on how attendees can navigate and reach their aspirations.
“We acknowledge that recruitment and retention is a growing issue for employers, so we want to offer support for those who are seeking candidates in the local area, too. We will host a marketplace of around eight local organisations, at Elsie Whiteley Innovation Centre, to help them connect with people looking for jobs.”
As a charity offering a broad range of services, HOT is in a unique position to be able to help people at most stages of their career, learning or employment journey. HOT has a great deal of experience in; helping people break down employability barriers, supporting learners with nationally recognised apprenticeship qualifications and building skills and experience through a range of volunteering opportunities. Something that the event will help to showcase.
Halifax Opportunities Trust is looking forward to hosting the event and welcoming people from the local community to discuss opportunities with the Trust and offer guidance for those seeking support in taking their next step. The Trust is also excited to work with local employers and help them connect with potential candidates.
Join us at the HOT Opportunities Event
- Thursday 15th September 2022
- Elsie Whiteley Innovation Centre, Hopwood Lane, HX1 5ER
For more information visit: https://www.regen.org.uk/hot-opportunities-event/
About Halifax Opportunities Trust
Halifax Opportunities Trust is a registered charity and a limited company, established since 2000. Our work focuses on transforming lives for the better and involves, but is not limited to, helping people find new or better jobs, learn new skills, start or grow businesses and help raise their families.
For more information contact:
Phone: 01422 399480
Halifax Opportunities Trust is committed to working towards a vibrant, multi-cultural and self-sustaining community. We care, we are committed, we collaborate, we are enterprising.
Registered charity number 1086183.
Find out more about the work of the Trust by visiting www.regen.org.uk
VCSE Mental Health Awareness Training for Managers at the Elsie Whiteley Centre Halifax
Date and Time:
Wednesday, November 3rd 2021
9 am – 5 pm
Elsie Whiteley Centre – Halifax
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your Name, the Training Title and VCSE organisation details. Please email by *Friday 29th October* to register in time.
Training: Level 1 Award in Mentoring
This qualification allows learners to gain a deeper understanding of the role of a mentor and develop the skills needed to become an effective mentor.
The aims of the qualification are: to help learners gain an insight in to the role and practice of being a mentor, to be clear about mentor/mentee relationships, ensure good practice, develop specific skills and understanding, reflect on own learning and performance, and to understand the benefits of mentoring and the legal and ethical requirements.
Level 1 Award –
Unit 01 Role of a mentor
Unit 02 Preparing for the role of a mentor
Unit 03 Demonstrating mentoring skills.
Learners complete workbooks as part of the taught workshops (4 x 3 hour workshops)
The workshops are participatory, they encourage lots of discussion and activities so that you share your understanding and experiences. Workbooks will be provided for you to complete during the sessions which will be useful for the level 1 accreditation. There is no ‘homework’ to do as all the assessment activities are completed as part of the workshops.
All workshop sessions are on Wednesdays, 9:30am-12:30pm at Focus 4 Success, Old Town Hall, Thornton Square, Brighouse, HD6 1EA.
Session 1: 1st May – Induction Unit 01: Role of a mentor – Part 1
Session 2: 8th May – Unit 01: Role of a mentor – Part 2 & Unit 02: Preparing for the role of a mentor – Part 1
Session 3: 15th May – Unit 02: Preparing for the role of a mentor – Part 2
Session 4: 22nd May – Unit 03: Demonstrating mentoring skills
It is recommended that you attend all the sessions as they are a great opportunity for some shared learning and you can complete all the assessment tasks in the session.
The assessment process for the qualification includes a variety of completed activities that will make up your portfolio, these include:
Workbooks – completed as part of the workshops
Group discussions with photographs of flip charts – as part of the workshops
Please feel free to contact Louise or Verity if you have any questions:
Louise Reed: 07817 361248, email@example.com
Verity Elliott: 07891 959048, firstname.lastname@example.org
ELIGIBILITY FOR FULLY FUNDED COURSES:
Unemployed and in receipt of JSA, ESA or WRAG, Universal or other State Benefit. OR: Job seeking or working 16 hours or less a week and/or earning below £15,736.50 annual gross salary. AND: Have lived in the UK or EU continuously for the last 3 years.
Learners who haven’t lived in the UK or EU for the required 3 years are eligible if they have refugee status, indefinite leave to remain or other (please enquire for more information).
Training Course: Basic Budgeting
Upcoming VSI Alliance Training Course: Basic Budgeting on Thursday 18 October 2018, 9.30am – 12.30pm.
Venue: The Conference Suite, St John’s The Divine, St John’s Street, Rastrick, Brighouse, HD6 1HN
The aim of the session is to enable attendees to understand:
- What the purpose of a budget is
- Why organisations need a budget
- Who should be involved in the budget process
- When the budgeting process should begin.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Plan and prepare an income and expenditure budget
- Prepare budgets for restricted and unrestricted funds
- How to lay out a budget
- How to manage the budgeting process.
Book onto the course here: https://northbankforum.org.uk/event/basic-budgeting-a-vsi-alliance-training-course/
For the full training programme, click here.
Calderdale Adult Learning ‘Have a Go’ Drop-in
Calderdale Adult Learning are holding a ‘Have a Go’ drop-in event at Heath Campus, Free School Lane, Halifax on Monday 26 – Thursday 29 June 2017 10am – 1pm each day.
They are holding this “Have a Go” Drop-In event as part of the nationwide Festival of Learning which celebrates lifelong learning. Advisors from C&K Careers will be available from 10am-12noon on Thursday, to offer information, advice and guidance on suitable courses and employment opportunities.
During the week there will be a free programme of activities which will cover the 4 new curriculum areas:
Monday – Adults with Learning Disabilities
Tuesday – Community and Family Learning
Wednesday – Learning for Life and Work
Thursday – Professional Development and Training
- Art and craft activities
- Cookery classes
- Art, craft and sewing workshops
- Modern Foreign Language taster classes
- IT workshops
- Taster classes/activities for GCSE, Functional Skills and ESOL qualifications
- Beauty and holistic therapies workshops
- First Aid taster sessions
- Information available on a range of qualifications – Health and Safety, Teaching and Security
For more information on the event and courses available at CAL visit www.calderdale.gov.uk/adultlearning or phone 01422 392820
If you would like to advertise this event a poster can be downloaded from CAL Have a Go Event
Understanding How the Local NHS Works – VAC Training
This session on Friday 23 June 10am – 12pm will describe the national landscape and local responsibilities for commissioning and providing NHS services.
Participants will gain an understanding of how the NHS fits together and who has responsibility for providing specific local services. The purpose of this session is to provide an overarching understanding of a complicated system and provide a who’s who and who does what within the local NHS.
Who is this session aimed at?
The session, to be held at VAC, 8B Hall St, Halifax HX1 5AY, will be useful for Engagement Champions and voluntary community and social enterprise (VCSE) groups who want to provide local services in partnership with the NHS. It would also be useful to those who just want to understand how the NHS fits together.
Costs range from £30 to £80 depending upon the structure of your organisation. The course is booked online at http://cvac.org.uk/training but for further information email the training administrator at email@example.com or call 01422 348777.