Age of Participants: 16+
Description: An opportunity to see lots of different providers and what they offer in terms of post-16 education options in Sandwell
Provider: Connexions Sandwell
The Apprenticeship Works is a partner of BCTG Group with Eurosource Solutions, Performance Through People and Further Training EPAO.
Across the group we deliver a wide range of Apprenticeships, Traineeships, Study Program and Adult courses across a variety of sectors such as
Business, Construction and Childcare and more..
We support both learners and employers to reach their potential and build careers for the future.
Sandwell Council’s Employment and Skills Team ‘Think Sandwell’ helps local people find work and training opportunities.
Think Sandwell manage Sandwell Council’s and Sandwell Schools’ Level 2 and Level 3 Apprenticeships Programme.
Whether you are starting out in your career, want a change, are looking to get back in to work, or just aren’t sure; our advisors will work with you to help you gain the skills the need to get the apprenticeship or job you want.
Are you looking for an alternative to schools or college?
Then get in touch with us at Nova Training! Nova we will help you get the right skills, qualifications and experience to get you where you want to be. Study programme is for anyone who has left school and is aged 16-18 or those aged 19-24 who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The programme is predominantly at level 1 but can include level 2 skills and qualifications.
PTP Training deliver apprenticeships and traineeships across the West Midlands, guiding learners aged 16 and up into work or further training.
Sandwell Adult and Family Learning, also known as SAFL, is the adult education department of Sandwell Council. Open to those aged 19+ who live in Sandwell or the West Midlands area. They offer both day-time and evening courses and all courses are part-time. SAFL offers a wide range of courses including skills courses such as English, Maths, and ICT, First Aid as well as other interest courses such as sewing, painting and flower arranging.
Our programmes support 16-24 year olds to improve their vocational, employability and life skills through the delivery of personalised training programmes, so that our customers are best placed to secure apprenticeships and employment. We offer study programmes, traineeships and apprenticeships through a range of areas such as business admin, sales, early years and many more.
For many years, Halesowen College has held a reputation for high standards, an excellent learning environment and a caring, supportive sense of community. We offer exceptional support and opportunities for students making the transition from school to higher education or the career of their choice.
We are one of the most successful colleges in the country – a place where more than 14,000 people study vocational technical qualifications, apprenticeships and higher education programmes each year.
Whether you’re looking to study here as a school leaver, higher education student, apprentice, adult learner, or an employer looking to develop your workforce, you’ll find we’ve got training and courses to suit all needs and ambitions.
The Academy of Contemporary Music has been training artists, producers and business entrepreneurs for careers in the creative industries since 1995.With our state-of-the-art facilities, world-class faculty and extensive connections within the music industry, ACM offers music courses that develop you to your highest potential and, most importantly, immerse you in the creative industries.
Here at Netcom Training, we work in partnership with the West Midlands Combined Authority to provide government funded courses and apprenticeships to individuals in the West Midlands area.
As a leading I.T Training provider with over 10+ years experience in delivering professional and academic qualifications, we have supported many people gain new skills and transformed their lives. Our student, tutor and employment support teams help learners reach their full potential with an aim to achieve job security within the IT sector.
We recognise that being properly trained and qualified is probably more important today than it has ever been. Whatever you hope to do – find a job, train for a career, prepare for university – you’ll need the right skills and knowledge to prepare yourself. So if you’re looking for the widest possible choice of opportunities – check us out!
Our mission: outstanding technical and professional learning, which raises aspirations, develops skills and changes lives.
The Prince’s Trust believes that all young people should have the opportunity to succeed and access exciting opportunities to help them achieve. We work with young people aged 11 – 30, supporting them to Live, Learn and Earn. All of our programmes are designed to give young people the skills and tools to help reach their next steps whether that’s employment, training, education or starting your own business.
Access Creative College has been delivering creative education for over twenty-five years. Operating as England’s largest private training provider, the college delivers creative education at campuses in seven cities, from Bristol in the south-west to York in the north-east.
Now offering courses in Games, Media, Music and Events, the college started life as Access to Music. The decision to rebrand was taken in 2017, enabling the college to provide training for more sectors of the creative industries.
The college is dedicated to broadening its provision and scope of operations to become the number one choice for creative training in the UK.
These are two virtual events that will cover topics including CV writing, application forms, virtual interviews and how young people can find and keep a job.
There will be videos, presentations and live chat with Connexions Sandwell Personal Advisers.
The first will run on Thursday 15 July and the second on Thursday 29 July.
They will run for one hour – 6pm – 7pm.
For the event on 15 July – click here
For the event on 29 July – click here
Click HERE for more information!