The change to working practices has been rapid and challenging for all organisations worldwide however, the need for employee development and training is as critical as ever. In recognition of this Forth Valley College has developed a portfolio of training that can be delivered remotely to remove the face-to-face risks associated with Covid-19.

 

Key Facts

  • Furloughed staff can complete training, UK Government advice states, “Furloughed employees can engage in training, as long as in undertaking the training the employee does not provide services to, or generate revenue for, or on behalf of their organisation or a linked or associated organisation. Furloughed employees should be encouraged to undertake training.”
  • If you are an Apprentice Levy payer the Flexible Workforce Development Fund is available via Forth Valley College
  • Candidates will receive certification for all training successfully completed
  • Forth Valley College is ready to start delivery of training immediately

Methods of Delivery

Virtual Training

Virtual Training is delivered via video conferencing software Zoom which enables our highly experienced trainers to fully engage with all participants. Training can be delivered one-toone or in groups up to a maximum of 6. Our trainers are happy to discuss the format of training and any security concerns. For more detail on security features please see https://blog.zoom. us/wordpress/2020/03/20/keep-uninvited-guests-out-of-your-zoom-event/

 

Flexible Online Learning

Flexible Online Learning courses are fully online and we have an extensive range of options. As long as candidates have access to the internet and a smart phone, tablet, laptop or PC they can complete these courses. Courses can be completed at any time to suit the candidate.

 

SVQ

Candidates can undertake a work-based learning qualification even when working from home, using our flexible online e-portfolio programme One File. Candidates can work on their qualification along with a college assessor by completing question blocks, reflective accounts, video evidence and professional discussions via Microsoft Teams. It does not matter where you work in Scotland, or the hours that you are currently working, you can work towards these qualifications right now. Each SVQ has slightly different requirements in relation to work-based evidence which will be discussed in detail prior to commencement. 

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