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Our work related courses are designed to support you at all stages - from thinking about the work skills you have and the type of work you’d be interested in, through to helping you to progress in your career or move in a different direction at work. Communications, building confidence and improving your critical thinking, presentation and planning skills run through everything we do in our work related courses. Many of our courses are run in association with trade unions or employers, and we also offer work related courses in schools and child development linked to our schools and parenting pathway opportunity (see community and family).

A Career in Care View details

On the course you will explore the range of service and job roles available in the adult care sector; develop knowledge of the skills and attributes essential to working in the field and develop an awareness of the legislation, principles and values that underpin the profession.

Award in Education and Training Level 3 View details

NCFE Level 3 Award in Education is for anyone wanting to teach in the Life Long Learning Sector. This qualification will give the students 12 credits and prepare them to teach sessions to adult learners.

Award in Mentoring View details

The course encourages students to identify and develop the skills and tools needed in their role as a mentor.The legal and ethical requirements are explained in the context of mentoring and students will be supported to prepare and undertake at least one observed mentoring meeting. Feedback given and reflected on throughout the courses will enable students to evaluate their progress and performance as a mentor and create a personalised development plan to support their growth.

BBO Money Sorted in D2N2: Taster session for Money Mentor Prog (Chesterfield) View details

This course will help students understand the key skills and qualities for effective mentoring and the benefits of mentoring.

BBO Money Sorted in D2N2: Taster session for Money Mentor Programme (Mansfield) View details

This course will help students understand the key skills and qualities for effective mentoring and the benefits of mentoring.

BBO Money Sorted in D2N2: Taster session for Money Mentor Programme (Nottingham) View details

This course will help students understand the key skills and qualities for effective mentoring and the benefits of mentoring.

Beauty Therapy View details

Students will become familiar with the products used in nail tip application and acrylic overlay. Students will build up their skills by working on their peers in an environment that will represent a salon. Students will gain skills and knowledge that will enable them to progress to a qualification in nail technology.

Building Confidence Towards Employment View details

Focusing on preparing students for employment or volunteering, this course will support students to complete a CV, undertake job searches and practise interview techniques. Students will be encouraged to take part in group activities aimed at recognising their potential and developing confidence in communication.

Confidence to Study Pathways Course View details

This course is designed to build on your experience to develop and refresh key study skills such as writing, carrying out research, taking notes and developing ICT skills. It will introduce you to academic study and help you to find out more about what is involved in studying in further and higher education. This process will help you plan your next steps in training and education.l

Confidence to Succeed-Deaf Numeracy View details

You Deaf? You BSL? Do you want to improve your numbers and money? Come to the WEA Deaf Numeracy class in Wakefield. BSL will be used throughout with a Deaf tutor. The course is intended for Deaf people who have not achieved Level 2 Numeracy and are BSL users. The aim is for students to develop mathematical knowledge, skills and strategies to use when solving maths problems. New students to the course will carry out initial assessments which will indicate the level at which they are working. All students will carry out diagnostic tests to identify their areas of strength and the areas that need to be developed. You will work towards group and individual goals. The individual goals will focus on areas that have been highlighted in your diagnostic assessment. All goals will be monitored and assessed throughout the course and you will be given regular feedback on your progress.