Step-up Progression Pathway

16-18? Got your GCSEs and looking to progress into a successful career?
This course is for you!

Our Step-up Progression Pathway is an intensive full-time course for those looking to progress onto bigger and better things after completing post-16 education.

What will you get on the programme?

Whether you know exactly what you want to do for your career, or you don’t know where to start, our course will put you on the right path in as little as 6 weeks and includes:

  • Exciting employer trips and visits
  • Project and team work
  • Taster sessions in various vocations of your choice
  • Personal finance planning
  • Employability training, including CV writing and mock interviews
  • Work placements
  • College visits
  • Plus plenty of guidance and support

Our Step-up Progression Pathway course has been designed to bridge the gap between where you are now and where you want to be. From day one you will get to grips with what options are available to you including: Apprenticeships, college, sixth form or employment.

This course is very successful in supporting individuals to achieve their future goals. Last year 81% of learners who successfully completed the Step-up Progression Pathway progressed onto an Apprenticeship, college or employment and 94% of those learners rate the course as excellent.

START DATE: Starting on 23rd April 2018

LOCATION: In one of our 12 centres at a location near you, including: Aberdare, Barry, Blackwood, Brecon, Bridgend, Builth Wells, Caerphilly, Cardiff, Ebbw Vale, Newport and Swansea.

Get in touch!

02920 464727

info@acttraining.org.uk

 

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