Aspire2 Course - Traineeship Engagement

Aspire2 - Engagement

(Attending 3 days a week - 26 Weeks)

Who should attend?

This programme is for you if you are aged 16 – 18 and interested in a gaining confidence, preparing for work and finding the right career for you.

 

The aim of the Aspire Programme is to overcome any barriers you may have that will prevent you from being successful with your chosen career.

 

We will work closely with you find a suitable work placement, which will allow you to progress onto a Traineeship programme. You will get the opportunity to carry out work tasters with various employers.

 

What activities will learners do?

 

•Interview Skills, Preparing a CV and application forms

 

•Career Planning – You will look various occupational routes

 

•Teamwork – Learn and practice working with others

 

•Confidence building – Learn and practice presentation skills

 

•Community Project/Sponsored Charity Event

 

•Kinmel Camp Challenge Day – Bushcraft & Obstacle Course

 

•Reward Day out

 

•Celebration Day

 

•Work placements

 

 

  • Attend 3 days a week for 26 weeks

 

  • You will receive £30.00 training allowance a week

 

  • Assistance with travel costs

 

  • Advice & guidance on suitable career choices and support with application

Additional course Information

For more information about this course, contact Donna on

01492 543431

Learners will be able to:

 

Progress onto a Level 1 Traineeship

Progress onto a college course

Gain full time employment

 

Wrexham

North Wales Training

57 Regents Street

Wrexham

LL11 1PF

 

 

01978 355460

 

 

Head Office

North Wales Training

St David’s House

Mochdre Business Park

Colwyn Bay

LL28 5HB

 

01492 543431

 

Bodelwyddan

North Wales Training

Block 120, Kinmel Camp

Bodelwyddan

Denbighshire

LL18 5TY

 

01745 585318

 

Shotton

North Wales Training

Unit 22 Deeside Enterprise Centre

Rowley’s Drive, Shotton

Flintshire

CH5 1PP

 

01244 280428

 

 

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These programmes are part financed by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government