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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).

Award in Employability Skills View details

The Employability Skills course is for people wishing to develop their skills in order to prepare themselves for work. Students will develop the mind set for the work environment, explore how to deal with customers and develop problem solving skills. Students will work towards gaining the Award in Employability Skills Level 1 through NCFE.

Award in preparing to work in adult social care View details

This course will explore the type of job roles and services within the adult social care sector, the role of communication and the importance of valuing the individuals being cared for.

British Sign Language Basics View details

This is a Basic BSL course that will cover a range of different topics to help to build the learners sign vocabulary and perhaps evoke a desire to learn more sign to enable more communication with the deaf community!

Confidence to Study View details

This course will help you to develop your confidence and study skills to enable you to read and analyse text, develop researching and assignment writing skills and using ICT to support your learning. You will practice speaking and listening communication skills to express your views and opinions.

Inspiring Adult Learning - Tutoring in the Community (Distance Learning Online) View details

This course is delivered via telephone conference (Zoom) and virtual learning platform (Canvas). There will be set sessions, 11 in total, to attend via Zoom and then additional work for students to complete in their own time using Canvas, it is envisaged that 23 hours will be need to complete this. The course has been devised to equip teachers with the knowledge and skills to teach in an adult learning environment. Generic in nature, it will suit teachers from a wide range of disciplines, ensuring consistency in quality and approach.

Introduction to mentoring L2 - Taster View details

What is the purpose of mentoring? What is a mentor’s role? This course introduces you to the role of the mentor and give you an introduction to the skills required as well as an overview of the legal and or ethical responsibilities that mentors have.

Level 3 Award in Education and Training (Distance Learning) View details

The NCFE Level 3 Award in Education is for anyone wanting to teach in the post 16 learning sector. It is an introductory course; offering 12 credits. It prepares students to teach sessions to adult learners. It will be delivered using face to face online sessions and a full classroom based session in Bristol where you will deliver your micro-teach.

WEA National Tutor Refresher Program View details

This course is for tutors who have been teaching for the WEA for over two years. It is delivered by video conference (Zoom) and the WEA virtual learning platform (Canvas). There will be 1 session of 90 minutes plus the equivalent of 30 minutes on Canvas. The course will provide tutors with information on the WEA Pathways, WEA Approach to Learning, the Intranet, Canvas, Class Visits and student funding and support.

What is mentoring? - Pathways taster View details

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