HiMATS - Highland & Islands Accredited Training Services
Posted onThe latest version of the HiMATS website went live today. They had wanted a new design for their website to reflect their new logo and branding. The website is built using the latest version of our administration system, enabling them to quickly and easily make changes when they like.
HiMATS as it is know is a voluntary led training organisation working throughout Highland and Moray.
HiMATS offers a range of qualifications for staff working with children and families together with more generic qualifications in Management, Team Leading, Learning & Development including the Assessor and Internal Verifier Awards and PC Passport.
HiMATS works closely with Highland Council to deliver Scottish Qualification Awards (SQA) accredited Qualifications in Children’s Care, Learning and Development and Playwork to practitioners who need to meet the registration requirements of the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) and with Skills Development Scotland to deliver Skillseekers and Modern Apprenticeships to young school-leavers entering the Childhood Practice Profession.
More information - HiMATS
- New Tomatin Trading website. 30 October 2018
- Visit by Painted Dog Conservation UK. 16 October 2018
- Coupers Creek. 5 July 2018
- Gallery48, Cromarty - new Wordpress site. 5 July 2018
- Lethe Estate - new site launched. 8 March 2018
- Aberchalder & Glengarry Estates. 6 December 2017
- New Cromarty Pottery Wordpress website launched. 8 November 2017
- Befrienders Highland site launched. 3 October 2017
- Black Isle Local Larder site launched. 3 October 2017
- Google Chrome and SSL. 18 August 2017
Great company. Highly recommended! I am extremely pleased about the design and functionality of our newly launched website. And what's even more important: our customers love it! The ‘WebStarter site management package’ is easy to use and ideal for people who can only spend a limited amount of time working on their website, but still want to be independent when alterations are necessary. Read More...