Online learning

Online learning does not need to be impersonal or uniform. In2Skills tutors are ready, right now, to support you through a national vocational qualification.

Our training includes video conferencing to allow one-to-one, or small-group support. This is face-to-face over an internet connection.

With rolling start dates, learning does not get much more flexible than this.

Your fee will include:

  • registration
  • workbooks
  • e-portal
  • tutor time
  • certificates
  • video conferencing
  • powerpoints
Success rate for In2Skills courses
Students who complete and pass our courses 94%

If you are living in East Sussex, unemployed or claiming benefits, and between 16 and 24 years old, you may well qualify for funded training – as listed on our main courses page – please contact us to learn more.

These courses are PERFECT for anyone who is stuck at home or on an enforced period of leave due to the coronavirus and its impact on the economy.

Return to work better qualified and better able to climb the career ladder.

Make brilliant productive use of time that might otherwise be wasted.

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Team Leading

Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Team Leading

Guided learning hours: 55
Total credits: 13

AIM: This course is for anyone who wishes to develop their knowledge and understanding of team leadership. If you are planning, or hoping, to move into a team-leader role, this course will give you the insight to understand the role, and the qualification to demonstrate your skills.

This qualification will allow learners to develop their knowledge and understanding of the role of team leader and on completion will achieve a nationally recognised qualification.

The units cover:

  • Team Leading Responsibilities
  • Managing yourself and providing direction to your team
  • Communicating information and knowledge in the workplace

The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 4 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed.

There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.

A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 6 weeks
Fee: £800

One unit to be completed each two weeks

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be assessed by the assessor

Principles of Management

Level 3 Certificate in Principles of Management

Guided learning hours: 60
Total credits: 13

AIM: This course is for anyone who wishes to develop the essential knowledge and understanding that is required for supervisory or management roles. If you are planning to move into, or new to, a management role, this course will give you the insight to understand the role, and the qualification to demonstrate your skills.

This qualification will allow learners to develop their knowledge and understanding of the role of supervisor or manager and receive a recognised qualification.

The units cover:

  • Responsibilities as a manager
  • Object setting and communicating to support teams
  • Managing self development

The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 2 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed.

There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.

A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 6 weeks
Fee: £900

One unit to be completed each two weeks

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be assessed by the assessor

Diploma in Management

Level 3 Diploma in Management Principles

Guided learning hours: 233
Total credits: 37

AIM: This course is for anyone who wishes to go deeper in to the essential knowledge and understanding that is required for supervisory or management roles. If you are new to, or already in a management role and wish to develop your skills, this course will give you the insight to develop your role, and the qualification to demonstrate your further skills.

This qualification will allow learners to develop their knowledge and understanding of the role of supervisor or manager and receive a recognised qualification.

The units cover:

  • Principles of business
  • Principle of leadership and management
  • Objective-setting and communicating to support teams
  • Principles of people management
  • Managing self-development
  • Principles of management decision making
The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 4 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed.

There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.

A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 16 weeks
Fee: £1,200

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be assessed by the assessor

Practical Entrepreneurship

Level 3 Certificate in Practical Entrepreneurship

Guided learning hours: 128
Total credits: 15

AIM: This course is for anyone who wishes to go prepare to develop their own business or are in a work role requiring entrepreneurship skills. The course includes a range of entrepreneurial knowledge and skills.

This qualification will allow learners to develop their own business, or to develop their entrepreneurial knowledge and skills for a work role. Upskill and receive a recognised qualification.

The units cover:

  • Estimating costs and revenue for a business
  • Testing a business idea
  • Evaluating a business idea
  • Entrepreneurial career development
  • Designing a business model
The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 4 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed.

There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.

A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 12 weeks
Fee: £1,200

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be assessed by the assessor

Sales L2

Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Sales

Guided learning hours: 131
Total credits: 18

AIM: This course is for anyone who is new to sales, or who wishes to work in the sales arena. They will develop their knowledge and skills in the principles of sales.

This qualification will allow learners to develop their knowledge of working in a sales environment further. The units cover:
  • Principles of personal responsibilities and working in a business environment
  • Understanding legal, regulatory and ethical requirements in sales or marketing
  • Understanding the sales environment
  • Understanding sales techniques and process
  • Optional: Understanding the relationship between sales and marketing
  • Optional: Understanding business awareness in sales
The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 2 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed. There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.
A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document.

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 16 weeks
Fee: £1,100

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be marked by the assessor

Sales L3

Level 3 Certificate in Principles of Sales

Guided learning hours: 119
Total credits: 16

AIM: This course is for anyone who is working in sales. They will develop their knowledge and understanding of sales and sales techniques.

This qualification will allow learners to develop their knowledge of sales and sales techniques.

The units cover:

  • Principles of personal responsibilities and how to develop and evaluate own performance at work
  • Understanding legal, regulatory and ethical requirements in sales or marketing
  • Understanding the sales environment
  • Understanding sales techniques and process
  • Optional: Understanding the relationship between sales and marketing
  • Optional: Understanding business awareness in sales
The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 2 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed. There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.
A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document.

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 16 weeks
Fee: £1,200


Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be marked by the assessor

Bookkeeping

Level 2 Certificate in Computerised Accounting for Business

Guided learning hours: 104
Total credits: 16

AIM: This course enables trainees and learners to achieve vocationally focused skills and knowledge related to the computerised accounting process.

This course includes a FREE copy of the latest Sage 50 Accounts Professional or Payroll software (for six months)

This qualification is ideal if you have some existing knowledge and understanding of computerised accounting, but little experience of manual bookkeeping concepts.

The units cover:

  • Banking procedures
  • Principles of recording and processing financial transactions
  • Principles of VAT
  • Professional values and basis business legislation
  • Setting up accounting software to manage accounting information
  • Process routine payments and receipts using a computerised system
  • Maintaining and recording the cash book
  • Maintaining the journal
The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 2 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed. There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.
A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document.

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 16–20 weeks
Fee: £1,200

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be marked by the assessor

Awareness in Dementia L2

Level 2 Award in Awareness of Dementia

Guided learning hours: 72
Total credits: 8

AIM: This course will develop knowledge and skills of causes and symptoms of dementia.

This course will enable learners to develop the knowledge and causes and symptoms of dementia. It will enable learners to develop the awareness for providing positive care for people with dementia and their families.

The units cover:

  • Understand equality, diversity and inclusion in dementia care
  • The person-centred approach to the care and support of individuals with dementia
  • Dementia awareness
  • Understand the factors that can influence communication and interaction with individuals who have dementia

The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 2 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed.

There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.

A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document.

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 6 weeks
Fee: £600

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be marked by the assessor

Awareness in Dementia L3

Level 3 Award in Awareness of Dementia

Guided learning hours: 86
Total credits: 11

AIM: This course will develop knowledge and skills of causes and symptoms of dementia.

This course will enable learners to develop their knowledge and understanding of dementia. It will enable learners to support people with dementia and their families.

The units cover:

  • Understand the process and experience of dementia
  • Understand the administration of medication to individuals with dementia using a person-centred approach
  • Understand the role of communication and interactions with individuals who have dementia
  • Understand the diversity of individuals with dementia and the importance of inclusion
The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 2 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed. There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.
A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document.

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 9–12 weeks
Fee: £1000

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be marked by the assessor

Infection Control

Level 2 Certificate in the Principles of Infection Control

Guided learning hours: 110
Total credits: 15

AIM: This course will develop your understanding in the prevention and control of infection

This course will enable learners to gain knowledge and understanding of the meaning and importance of infection control, causes of infections and methods used to prevent and control the spread of infection. The units cover:
  • Understand the process and experience of dementia
  • Understand the administration of medication to individuals with dementia using a person-centred approach
  • Understand the role of communication and interactions with individuals who have dementia
  • Understand the diversity of individuals with dementia and the importance of inclusion
The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 2 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed. There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.
A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document.

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 9–12 weeks
Fee: £1000

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be marked by the assessor

Safeguarding and prevent

Level 2 Certificate in the Understanding Safeguarding and Prevent

Guided learning hours: 110
Total credits: 13

AIM: This course will develop your knowledge of safeguarding in an environment where they have a duty of care

Learners will develop knowledge and awareness of the Prevent Duty and Safeguarding and online safety. The units cover:
  • Understanding Prevent Duty
  • Understanding On-Line Safety
  • Understanding Safeguarding
The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 2 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed. There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.
A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document.

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.
9 weeks Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be marked by the assessor

End of life care

Level 3 Award in Awareness of End of Life Care

Guided learning hours: 89
Total credits: 10

AIM: This course will develop your knowledge and skills relevant to end of life care

Learners will develop the knowledge and understanding of working in end of life care.

The units cover:

  • Understand how to work in end of life care
  • Understand how to support individuals during the last days of life
  • Understand how to provide support when working in end of life care
The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 2 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed. There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.
A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document.

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 9–12 weeks
Fee: £1000

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be marked by the assessor

Mental health awareness

Level 2 Certificate in Mental Health Awareness

Guided learning hours: 115–140
Total credits: 14

AIM: This course aims to raise awareness of mental health and a range of mental health conditions

On completion of this course, learners will have gained knowledge of understanding specific mental health conditions and the effects these can have and how to offer support. Knowledge will also be gained of the laws and legislation that are related to mental health. The units cover:
  • Understand specific mental health complications
  • Understand the effects of poor mental health on an individual
  • The principles of mental health awareness
  • Understand how to support individual experiencing mental health problems
  • Understand laws and legislation related to mental health

The course will be completed online.

Workbooks and PowerPoints will be made available to all learners.

Weekly support will be available to all learners on a one-to-one or small-group basis and will be up to 2 hours each session. This will enable additional support and feedback on each unit completed.

There is an expectation that learners will research to gain the information and will reference at the end of the unit where they have sourced their information.

A workbook may be available to complete or this can be completed on Microsoft Word.

If completed on Word, please ensure that the name of the learner, the date and the course title are on the document.

Each criteria and title must be recorded with the answer.

Duration: 16–20 weeks
Fee: £1,200

Units will be uploaded by the learner and will then be marked by the assessor

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