‘Pick & Mix’ Training Programme

The concept is simple!

You choose the training you want from the list below and Apprenticeships for All will deliver your individual training package in a local venue, for free!

Simply choose any combination from:

  • Business Administration – 3 hours per week (Basic Level & Level 2 technical certificate)

  • English – 3 hours per week

  • Maths – 3 hours per week

  • Pathways to Employment – 2 hours per week (Interview skills, confidence building, CV writing & application forms)

Each training course is no more than 3 hours per week, so you can choose to do all 5 areas and because it would be under the 16 hours permitted by Jobcentre Plus, any benefits claims will be unaffected.

To be eligible you need to live in Burngreave and not be in full time education, employment or training.

For more information please contact Apprenticeships for All on 0114 272 2743.

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