Traineeships for Young People
Not quite ready for an apprenticeship? Have you considered traineeships?
What is a Traineeship?
A traineeship is an education and training programme with work experience that is focused on giving young people skills and experience that employers are looking for.
At its core are work preparation training, English and maths for those who need it, and a high quality work experience placement.
What are the benefits of a Traineeship?
- A traineeship will put you in a better position to compete for an apprenticeship or other jobs.
- The opportunity to build your CV and get vital experience with local and national employers.
- Improving your English and maths skills will boost your chances of getting a job, as well as improving your long term prospects and earning potential over your lifetime.
- Employers are at the centre of Traineeships to ensure they give you the skills you need to secure a job and succeed in employment.
- At the end of the work experience placement you will get a job interview with the company if a role becomes available or a reference and an exit interview.
How much will the course cost?
Outcome for learners
- Gain Qualifications
- Improve English and Maths ensuring all young people achieve a Level 2
- Improve knowledge and are competent within their chosen industry
- Community cohesion
- Opportunity for overseas expedition
- Improving students holistic development (RARPA)
- Improved Employability Skills
- Incentives offered to ensure the learners are more employable and achieve their aspirations e.g. Driving Lessons
- Supporting Learners into Independence
- Supporting young people striving to achieve their aspirations
- Learners acquire qualifications and the skills and knowledge that will enable them to progress to their chosen career
- Learners work meets or exceeds the requirements of the qualifications
- Learners attain their learning goals including qualifications and achieve their challenging targets.
- Martec works in line with local and national priorities for economic and social growth – filling in the gap shortages