Prince’s Trust Level 1 Certificate In Employment, Teamwork and Community Skills (QCF)
Start Date: 28th January 2019
Course Code: C01955 OCF1B
- Antrim (Cadet Hut Steeple Road)
Duration: 12 Weeks Part-time
Number of weeks: 12
Start date: 28th January 2019
End date: 26th April 2019
Information Event: Y
Fee for 2018/2019 Academic Year:
The Prince’s Trust Team programme at Northern Regional College is an exciting 12 week personal development course offering the opportunity to gain work experience, recognised qualifications, participate in a challenging community project and residential outdoor pursuits. More than 70% of our unemployed participants go on to employment, training or education within three months of completing this course.
So if you are aged between 16-24yrs, not in employment, ready for a new challenge, lacking in confidence, unsure of what you want to do in life, then this course is for you!
The course is an employability, teamwork and confidence building programme. Attendance does not affect benefits and students can get EMA, travel costs and childcare costs, if applicable. If you are between 16-30 years you may be eligible to apply for the Prince’s Trust Development Awards to help cover costs such as course fees, transport or equipment. You must apply for this award before your course starts.
Although the course is not academically focused, the Team Programme provides young people with the opportunity to work towards two qualifications up to Level 2 (Certificate in Employment Team Working & Community Skills). It also provides an opportunity to gain valuable experience of working as part of a dedicated team
This course provides students with the chance to:
- Be part of a team and work with others
- Do something positive for their community
- Learn how to write a CV and prepare for interviews
- Gain work experience in a chosen career area through an arranged work placement
- Make new friends and create new opportunities for themselves
- Progress to further education courses
This course is aimed at 16-24 year olds, who are not currently in FULL-TIME employment or education/training or those who can no longer continue on current courses due to on-going issues. Part-time workers will be considered.
You will be invited to an information session at which specific advice will be given.