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How does it work?
Aspiration Training offers a range of courses to help support those who are currently in-between jobs to get into work and build confidence. We offer a three week accredited level 1 employability course running four days a week from Monday to Thursday between 9.30 am and 4.00 pm.
The course offers a range of subjects including; health and safety, safeguarding, skills and qualities needed for employment, interview skills, effective communication, British values and rights and responsibilities in the workplace.
We can also offer tailored one to one support where needed.
Is it right for me?
If you have little experience or have lost confidence in your work skills, this is the perfect route for you. An expert team are on hand to support and guide you in your weakest areas and build the fundamental techniques and skills required to ensure you’re ready to progress into an apprenticeship and become ‘work ready’.
Traineeships are a great way to root into gaining maths and English qualifications if you didn’t achieve these at GCSE, while being able to access high-quality placement opportunities in a range of sectors to inspire and motivate you, and discover your passion.
Our most asked questions
Can I receive one-to-one support if needed?
Yes you will, we have a dedicated support tutor who will support you while on course.
Do I need to go complete the work placement for 100 hours, I have work experience, I just want a job. Will I be paid for the work I do?
Yes you need to complete the work placement, the course is designed with the work placement as part of your development and we place you where there is a possible job opportunity. You will not be paid to attend the work placement however we use the placement to gain feedback which will help us to secure you an apprenticeship/job.
If I have good grades in maths and English, why do I need to complete these modules as part of the course?
As the course is government funding it is a requirement from them that you work towards further improving your skills in Maths and English.
Is a traineeship classed as full time education, Will this affect my parents benefits?
The traineeship runs for 7 weeks and is not classed as fulltime education. You will be in workshop for a total of 72 hours over 12 days and then attend at work placement for 100 hours
Is there a guaranteed job/apprenticeship at the end?
Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee there will be a job or apprenticeship available at the end of the course, it is dependent on the candidate and the job availability. However, we will support you for 6 months if you are not successful in gaining employment.
What qualification will I get from a traineeship?
Once you have completed the course you will gain a level 1 certificate in employability.
Will I be paid for a traineeship?
No, the traineeship is a government-funded programme, however, we will support travel costs for those 16 -18 and the cost of a DBS if needed.
Will i gain a maths and English function skills qualification?
No, however while on the programme you will work towards improving your maths and English with the support of a tutor.