Whether you’re a technician looking to learn a new skill or just someone seeking to hone your computer skills, you can find a comprehensive programme delivered by highly trained and experienced lecturers and coaches at Kenson.
Any of these programmes can be customized for group or organization’s specific purposes.
The Certificate in Assessing Competence is targeted for those who assess or want to assess others, or want to improve their knowledge and skills in assessment. It aims to reflect the international nature of the knowledge, skills and activities needed for different countries, cultures and industries. By undertaking the programme, candidates will be able to:
- Cover the basic theory of assessing competence
- Develop assessment plans
- Employ different ways of collecting evidence of practical skills
- Conduct assessments.
- Provide feedback to candidates
This programme is designed for those persons new to AutoCAD®/AutoCAD LT® who require comprehensive training. This class incorporates the features, commands and techniques for creating, editing and printing drawings with AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012.
Our Computer Literacy programme is designed for users who may or may not have a basic knowledge about the function and operation of personal computers. Participants will gain practical knowledge and experience in our ergonomic Windows 7 environment.
The Introductory Workshop on Essentials of the Energy Industry for Non-Technical Professionals is a short but comprehensive workshop designed to give an overview of the value chain of the Energy Industry to non-technical professionals who wish to improve their knowledge of the industry’s value chain and operations. The workshop seeks to describe, analyze and present a closer look at upstream, midstream and downstream operations for participants.
The Introductory Award in Training Skills is targeted for those who train or want to train others, and provide induction to training and assessment. It aims to reflect the international nature of the knowledge, skills and activities needed for different countries, cultures and industries. The term training also refers to presenting, facilitating, delivering, instructing and coaching.