*These programmes are free for individuals who are unemployed and claiming a benefit (i.e. JSA, ESA, IS). Individuals in receipt of JSA need to contact their work coach to be referred onto this course.
There are 2 pathways:
2 weeks Construction Training including:
As part of the programme you will undertake mock interviews with employers and be screened for employment opportunities – with a guaranteed interview with an employer if a job role becomes available, or a reference and exit interview to give you guidance - this will help you with your future job applications and interviews
You will receive Support and mentoring during the programme and as part of the after care service and you will have access to our free recruitment services to support you into employment.
On successful completion of the course, you will receive:
Functional skills development are embedded within the course programme.
Employment in the construction industry
Practical activities related to the sector.
You will be assessed through a portfolio of work based evidence and on line exams.
For further information or to apply please contact The Business Development Team on 020 7258 2711 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certificate in Construction and Employment Skills
To successfully complete this course you will be expected to spend 4 hours a week on assignments, project or field trips.
You need be aged 19 years or over to be eligible for this course. You will also be required to sit an initial assessment and IAG session to determine whether the course is suitable for you. You need to have a Literacy/English level to at least Entry Level 3 standard – this will be determined in the initial assessment. If you do not meet this level, we may suggest you be referred onto a different course.
The funds are small. You cannot presume you will get financial support even if you meet the eligibility criteria. Eligibility for help towards course associated costs are based on your personal circumstances. In addition to demonstrating that you are on a low income, you must also meet the College’s general eligibility.
Learner Support Fund:
24+ Advance Learning Loan Bursary Fund:
You need to have evidence that you fall into one of the following groups:
Payments contribute to the costs associated with study including travel. They do not meet all the costs. If you live within walking distance of college or have a Freedom pass you cannot apply for help with travel. For students who have to travel significant distances, a payment may be made towards the transport costs, for the days you are in College. You may also use the money to buy books or other learning resources.
All payments are based on you having a minimum of 85% attendance each month.
Payments are paid into your bank accounts.
You MUST inform the DWP of any payments you receive.
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