Are you a hairdresser? A holistic therapist? An artist? Have you got a skill you could teach to others?
This four day course serves as an introductory teaching qualification enabling learners to take their first step into adult education. It’s a very participatory and interactive course, and you will gain confidence in a variety of group activities, as well as finding out about inclusive learning, planning sessions and assessment.
“It’s one of the most enjoyable courses I’ve ever attended – really well organised and delivered.”
– JR, (a recent learner)
Benefits of the course:
– Increase career opportunities
– Expand your current services
– Increase confidence and motivation
– Run your own workshops
– Self-employment opportunities
Our next course is running on the 12th, 13th, 19th and 20th of June in our Newton Abbot Training Centre. For more information or to book a place please email us at email@example.com or call 0800 043 2440.
Payment can be made securely by BACS or debit/credit card.
Sheila Robb House,
Lower Queen Street,
10% off with this code: OPSWJN14
Please note: You may be eligible for funding if you are in receipt of a work related benefit.
Ann has a wealth of experience in the welfare to work sector, supporting people to find work or self-employment. Being part of a very successful employment-support team in Devon, she then went to the Thames Valley area to assist in the start-up of the Work Programme.
Ann has enjoyed her work tutoring young people, as well as her extensive voluntary contribution including running village football teams, arranging and raising funds for a tour of America, enabling young people to gain confidence, self-esteem and many new skills. She has also owned and managed a very successful Pub and Restaurant business in mid Devon.
More recently she has worked for Exeter College as a programme coordinator and associate lecturer, delivering sessions in Functional Skills to young people, and Employability skills to adults.
“I really enjoy delivering the Education and Training Award course. There is so much variety and I get to meet some great people.”