Professional online courses/LASER Courses

One of  many advantages of online learning is that you can access your Professional online courses at any time and work at your own pace. Therefore, After buying a course, you will be able to access learning material anytime, anywhere. As a result, you can fit learning around your schedule. short courses are written by industry professionals. with an expertise in the subject. and a wealth of knowledge to share.

All courses are designed to be simple and easy to navigate. In addition, they are are accessible to anyone with an internet connection. and a computer, mobile, or tablet. However,  most of courses are affordable. and do not have an expiry date. In other words,  just like learning.

user can take  multiple-choice quiz at the end of any course as many times as you need to, with no extra fees.
After successful completion of a short course. you will receive an e-Certificate from Laser course Learning as a record of your achievement. As a results, it’s perfect for evidencing your CPD at work or showing to a prospective employer.

Many of the childcare courses are CACHE endorsed. In addition, you will have the option of buying a CACHE certificate after successfully completing one of all available courses.
Two free courses for everyone who registers an account: ‘Digital skills’ and ‘Health and safety: ICT’. However, The two complementary courses will help build your confidence. with technology and use it safely and will be automatically available on your account page. Visit us

Supporting remote or virtual teams
This short course, aimed at people who support remote teams, considers the benefits and challenges posed by staff working virtually or remotely. Learn about effective communication and the role technology can play in this, and the importance of understanding cultural differences and working practices of different countries. Know how to set and manage health, safety, and welfare policies and procedures for remote staff.
Time Management
This short course offers guidance on how to make the most of your time at work, and outlines the personal benefits of good time management. Understand how to prioritise what is important and what is urgent. Learn about time management skills, and some of the theories behind them.
Stress Management
We all experience stress at some point in our lives, and for many of us, living busy lives with high-pressure jobs increases our risk of experiencing stress regularly. This course helps you to understand how the body reacts to stress, how it can affect health, and most importantly, how to manage stress.
Project management
This short course looks at reasons for holding events and the stages of event planning. Look at relevant legislation and insurance, and consider the role of project management when planning an event. Be able to write your own event plan and understand the importance of evaluation and feedback after an event. This course covers different types of internal and external events across a variety of industries.
Reception skills
This short course is aimed at individuals who have a responsibility for reception duties. It may also be of interest to employers looking to hire a new receptionist. Consider the importance of a receptionist to an organisation and the impression a new visitor may form after a positive or negative experience. Learn about the tasks a receptionist may be asked to complete, and know how to perform these tasks effectively.
Personal and professional development

This short course, aimed at those currently in work or planning to join the workforce, looks at personal and professional development. Learn about the process of continual improvement, Continuous Professional Development (CPD), and personal development plans. Understand how to handle feedback and the importance of reflection and self-evaluation.

Leadership and management
This short course will explore leadership and management in a professional environment. Consider the difference between leadership and management, a variety of leadership styles, and core leadership theories. Learn about the importance of empowering a workforce and motivating staff.
Customer service skills
This short course is perfect for staff who have or aspire to have, a customer facing role. Understand customer needs, wants, and expectations, and the different types of customers you might encounter. Read about relevant policies, procedures, and legal and ethical requirements. Learn the essentials for delivering great customer service face-to-face, on the phone, over email, and through social media and live chat.
Digital marketing
This short course looks at how digital marketing has changed marketing and the marketing mix in recent times. Explore digital marketing, digital channels, and the marketing mix. Learn how to communicate to people who are used to accessing information at the touch of a button and consider how digital channels support print advertising.
Handling problems and complaints
This short course is aimed at customer facing staff, who are responsible for resolving customer problems and handling complaints. Learn about the different types of problems a customer will come to you with and reasons why customers complain. Know how consumer rights affect problem-solving and complaint handling and feel confident in your ability to resolve issues in line with current legislation and ethical requirements.
Child and young person development (0-19)
Every child or young person is an individual and will develop skills in their own way, and in their own time. However, we can say it’s normal to develop a certain skill within a given time span and these are known as ‘developmental norms’. Consider the stages of development from birth to 19 years, as well as the influences upon a child’s life that could affect their ability to develop according to expected norms.
Developing learning resources
This course will help teachers and teaching assistants to create, find, and adapt learning resources for different learning styles and needs. Learn about copyright for education and sharing resources online. Explore digital technology in the classroom and creating sustainable resources. Know how to prepare for different learning needs, such as EAL and SEN.
Developing children’s numeracy skills
Helping children develop the skills necessary to support mathematical learning, problem-solving, and relating numeracy to everyday life is a crucial part of being an educator. Understand the importance of numeracy skills to future achievement and self-esteem. Learn techniques that demonstrate the relevance of numeracy to daily life, classroom strategies to develop numeracy skills, and tasks and activities you can use
Supporting learning activities
Learn how to plan, prepare, support, and evaluate learning activities at an educational setting. Know how to use formal and informal observation to assess development, and report on participation and progress. Consider how to meet the needs of all learners and remove barriers to participation. This is aimed at learning support practitioners.
Supporting literacy skills
Support the literacy skills of learners in an educational setting. Learn how to identify learner needs, create targets for development, and explain the literacy demands of activities. Consider strategies for developing reading, writing, and communication skills, and boost learners' confidence with English. This is aimed at learning support practitioners.
Teaching Assistant
This course will help teachers and teaching assistants to create, find, and adapt learning resources for different learning styles and needs. Learn about copyright for education and sharing resources online. Explore digital technology in the classroom and creating sustainable resources. Know how to prepare for different learning needs, such as EAL and SEN.Know where to find good quality and freely available resources online. Get tips on preparing environmentally friendly resources. Understand the importance of inclusive learning resources and how to prepare for a class of learners with different backgrounds and needs
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

This CACHE endorsed short course will explore Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and is suitable for those working with children and young people. Learn the difference between ADHD and ADD and spot the signs and symptoms of ADHD, understand the causes, and provide children, young people, and their families with accurate information and guidance.You will have a comprehensive understanding of ADHD and how it can affect children and young people throughout their lives.You will be able to recognise, and respond to, a child or young person showing signs of ADHD

The irresistible classroom
In every classroom, the child does the learning, the teacher facilitates that learning, and the environment must support them both. This course looks at how Reception and Key Stage 1 classrooms can inspire education. This short course, aimed at those working with children in a classroom setting (Foundation and Key Stage 1), looks at the impact the classroom can have on a child’s learning and development. The learner will gain an appreciation of the positive effects a well thought out classroom arrangement has on a child’s desire to learn.The learner will understand how the environment stimulates curiosity, initiative, creativity, confidence, interaction, and perseverance – the how of deep-level learning
Supporting Assessment for Learning (AfL)

AfL is a commitment to learning and progression at school - tailored to individual needs. Learn the purpose and characteristics of AfL and how to use assessment to encourage learning. Know how to support learners and encourage self-reflection, review strategies and achievement, and maintain records. This is aimed at learning support practitioners.You will understand the difference between formative and summative assessment.The purpose and characteristics of AfL will be explained, as will the role of the support practitioner in assessing learner progress

Dyslexia
Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty and dyslexic learners face problems when processing words into meaningful information, but that doesn't mean it's a barrier to being skilled and achieving well in education. With about 10% of the UK population with some degree of dyslexia, it's likely you will be supporting dyslexic learners. Learn how the condition affects children and young people, signs and symptoms, the importance of early identification, and teaching strategies. This course is suitable for early years practitioners and educators in primary school, secondary school, and further education.
Keeping children safe on the internet

This short course explores some of the safety issues relating to the use of the internet, particularly by children. Internet usage has increased enormously, but so have reports of the safeguarding issues linked to abuses of internet communication. You will be introduced to some of the risks and dangers, and how to deal with them – including where to report online concerns and risks.

A magical place to learn
Create a themed indoor environment that gives children the opportunity to explore - independently and with adult guidance. This course takes fairy tales as the starting point for a variety of exciting activities and experiences. Learn the tools and gain the confidence needed to create your own themed space and bring your ideas to life.
An enabling learning environment
This CACHE endorsed short course introduces the areas of learning that should be found in any good play environment. Explore how these areas promote learning and development and the part practitioners may play in this. Learn how to create a room to learn using a planned approach and learn how to adapt your plans according to children's needs, wishes, and desires.
Caring for children with allergies

It is thought that 1 in 4 people in the UK will be affected by allergies at some point in their life and allergies are particularly common in children. Learn about common allergies, how the body reacts to allergens, common symptoms, how to prevent/minimize the risk of direct contact, and the actions to take if you suspect an allergic reaction.

Child development (0-5)
This short course explores the concept of child development and how important it is to the work that we carry out with children. Discover child development theories and learn how to apply them to situations within your setting. Study aspects of development, including brain development, and consider how best to prepare activities for children and guide their learning.
Developing self-esteem in young children
This CACHE endorsed short course explores answers to the following questions: What is self-esteem, why is it so crucial to children’s development, and how can you contribute? This course outlines the characteristics of a child with healthy self-esteem and compares this to the characteristics of children with low or poor self-esteem. You will learn what you can do to support the development of children’s healthy self-esteem.
Health and safety in early years
This CACHE endorsed short course explores safe and secure environments for children and how to use risk assessments to raise everybody's awareness of potential dangers. Look at ways in which leaders maintain a healthy, safe, and secure environment for children and, in particular, look at hygiene practices. Learn how to supervise procedures for accidents, injuries, illnesses, and other emergencies.
A good place to be two
Being two isn’t easy; at times you feel big and strong and then you feel small and vulnerable. Working with two-year-olds isn’t easy either; they’re endearing and trustful, but they also throw their weight around and test whether you mean what you say. Know how to set up the physical environment and be supportive in this seemingly contradictory stage.
Lighting the fire

The emphasis on test scores and league tables induces many schools to rely on formal teaching methods. But is this how children really learn? In order to learn, education must come alive! If interest is kindled, children take initiative and make the knowledge their own. Learn key ways in which you can help that to be the case for the children you support.

Literacy and the EYFS
This CACHE endorsed short course explores how best to encourage early literacy. It looks at how literacy and communication skills are central to children’s intellectual, social, and emotional development, and how the world of literacy begins at a very early age. This course is suitable for early years practitioners or parents and carers of a young child.
Care planning
There’s little that is more important to working in a person-centred setting than good care planning. This short course will serve as a refresher to an experienced practitioner about the importance of care planning, and as an introduction of the concept to a practitioner who is new to role. This course may also be of benefit to a manager of a care team with responsibility for care planning.
Causes and spread of infection
You have a duty of care to protect the people you work with from harm from infectious diseases. In order to do this, you need to understand the causes of infection and how the infection is spread. Know the differences between bacteria, fungi, parasite, and viruses, the conditions they need to grow, and the infectious diseases they cause. Understand how pathogens are spread and the chain of infection.
End of life care
Caring for someone who is approaching the end of their life is one of the most important responsibilities in healthcare and whether you’re an experienced practitioner, or new to the role, it can be an emotional and challenging time. You need to feel ready for this responsibility and this short course will help you to understand best practice in end of life care. This course is aimed at domiciliary care workers and care home workers.
Personal and professional development
This short course is about personal development in a care setting. It is aimed at practitioners who want to take steps to become a manager, and those who want to develop in their current role. Care settings can be transformed by effective management and workers who commit themselves to being the best. Learn what makes someone a good manager, how to become one if this is your ambition, and other career paths open to you.
Understanding dementia
This short course is aimed at health and social care professionals who offer support and care for people with dementia. It would also be of benefit to someone trying to gain a better understanding of the ‘dementia journey’. Learn how to recognise and understand what dementia means, see the person and not the illness, and find ways to help people live well.
Dementia and communication

This short course will consider the importance of communication and how to help someone who is progressively losing their ability to communicate. Explore some of the techniques you can use to encourage communication – including body language and physical contact. View tips on responding to someone who is struggling to express themselves and coping with the frustration this can cause.

Duty of Candor
The introduction of the duty of candour is a major change in health and social care and this short course will introduce practitioners to what is expected of them under the duty. Refresh your knowledge if you are already familiar with the duty, or gain knowledge for the first time if you are responsible for applying the policy that guarantees this at the setting.
Infection control and prevention
This short course looks at national and local policies for infection control and how to cut down the risk of an outbreak of infection in a care setting. Learn how to use Personal Protection Equipment correctly and the importance of good personal hygiene. Know best practice in cleaning, decontamination, and waste management.