Theory for blended Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course. This course covers the theoretical side of an EFAW which, means the student has a knowledge of first aid before attending a practical session to reinforce this learning.This course is only valid when booked as part of a blended course with Lancaster First Aid Training Plus. If you wish to book a course please contact Karllancaster@Rocketmail.com.
This course is designed in a way to upskill the teacher's pedagogy for online/virtual platforms. It will help them to understand the basics of how to create an interactive environment during a live synchronous lecture.
This course is designed for teachers working with students in HE settings. It introduces a number of methods and approaches to engaging students creatively with employability through the use of real-world problems.
In this course you will learn about the Myanmar labour market as well as yourself, so that you can have a rewarding work life and contribute productively to the fast-developing Myanmar economy.
An extensive guide on building up your business.
Private course for the empowered team that is focused on teaching our business builders the ins and outs of network marketing.
Learn how to use creative, participatory, embodied methods to empower research participants and researchers in the study of organisations and management.
Participants will learn to use energy modelling tools to understand the investments needed to meet growing energy demands alongside environmental and energy security constraints, while assessing system flexibility to account for high renewables penetration.
In this course, participants will learn about energy system analysis and how to use two of the IAEA modelling tools: Energy Balance Studio and the Model for Analysis of Energy Demand.
This unit will explore how both renewable and non-renewable energy sources may contribute to our energy future within a context of a need to meet carbon reduction targets. It will review current energy sources and technologies and their limitations and then explore future possibilities, a hydrogen economy, the use of nuclear energy and carbon capture.
We invite environmental researchers to boldly re-imagine how to co-create environmental solutions with community partners in order to recognise, respect and respond to the needs of communities, science and society.
This course will allow learners to investigate engaging tools to use in face-to-face and online learning classrooms.