Due to the current COVID-19 Situation, all of our activities are on hold until further notice.
New project starting in December:
Designed specifically for those who are seeking work
We are a not-for profit organisation based in South Leeds which provides skills and training for individuals from all walks of life to enhance their chances of gaining employment, up-skill to improve prospects, improve confidence in their current work or gain knowledge to improve the day to day lives of themselves or their family.
Although we specialise in helping people who are long or short term unemployed, have a Learning Disability, suffer from Mental Health issues or lack in confidence, although anyone can take advantage of our service, whether employed fully or part-time.
We have an extensive range of training from Entry level in core skills, such as Practical Maths, Improving English & Basic I.T., the more practical subjects, such as Health & Safety, Electrical Safety, Manual Handling, COSHH; to more advanced training such as in the Electrical Safety Series: Portable Appliance Testing (PAT), Competent Person and User courses. Computer & office skills: WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT. We are also able to offer practical courses on Woodwork and using Hand Tools, with more being added all the time.
We use blended teaching methods which include Tutor led sessions, online courses with tutor support, practical hands on with tutor support, project work. All modules and students have the option to be assessed with a Certificate of Achievement or Attendance as appropriate.
We have currently three programmes the STARTING A-FRESH programme which is funded by the European Social Fund and the Education & Skills Funding Agency is available to anyone who is currently unemployed and is completely free of charge. In addition we have other modules / activities which are accessible under our IMPROVE programme for anyone who is currently employed and would like to improve or up-skill, however, depending on the module some charges may apply. The BACK TO BASICS programme is in cooperation with some of our community partners and is for anyone who would like to fill any knowledge or skills gaps for whatever reason, eg., to use around the home, save money, re-cycle old furniture, make soft furnishings, manage home finances, use home computers or tablets including shopping on-line safely.
A full list of the current list and schedule is available on the
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