Aged 16-19 and looking for a career in Childcare in the Lincolnshire area?

  • Provider

  • Location

    Lincoln, Lincolnshire
  • Cost

    up to £40 per week
  • Posted

    09/07/18
  • Ref

    CS1432
  • Category

    Childcare and Nursery
  • Opportunity type

    Vocational training - ages 16-18
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Aged 16-19 and looking for a career in Childcare in the Lincolnshire area?

Opportunity description

This course offers you the chance to work towards an accredited qualification in Caring for Children .  As well as gaining a recognised qualification you will gain on the job training to support the development of skills in the workplace that will support you onto your next steps to employment or further education.

You can apply for a bursary of up to £40 per week if eligible.

Our Study Programmes offer you the chance to progress onto further training, apprenticeships or onto employment, helping you to understand what jobs are right for you, what is expected from you, and how to develop skills to be successful in your chosen career pathway.

Our study programmes offer:-

  • A government bursary paid into your bank account
  • Accredited qualification in Caring for Children
  • We measure our success on you either achieving employment or progressing onto an apprenticeship.
  • And if your Maths and English, is something you wish to improve then we will work towards you achieving GCSE standards.
  • We provide small group classroom environments in a less formal environment you might find in college
  • Dedicated centres have IT zones, wifi and an environment of respect and inclusion

 

During your programme you will receive one-on-one training to help you gain business skills as well as help you decide what is the best suited career for you. We can offer you work experience with an employer, and a recognised qualification to put on your CV highlighting your readiness for a career.

YMCA Training is a national charity that has an impressive track record of transforming the lives of young people and adults through work-related Apprenticeship training and employment support. We believe in setting inspiring goals and working closely with individuals and employers throughout the UK to develop personal, vocational and work-related skills that lead to employment.

Working from our own centres and employer premises throughout England, we are part of Central YMCA established in 1844 as the world's founding YMCA.