Courses

 

Learner Journeys

A learner’s journey depends on where they start in their route back to work. Above all we try to select the right programme to get someone back to work effectively and quickly. Download our Digital Desk Guide here to find out which training programme suits your client back to work, quickly and effectively.

Learner Groups We Support

We offer training for the following learner groups:

  • 19+
  • 25+
  • Lone Parent
  • Age Barrier
  • ESA (Employment and Support Allowance)
  • IS (Income Support)
  • Work Programme

An overview of the courses Go Train can provide:

Employability

Includes CV writing, interview techniques, using Universal Job Match, searching and applying for jobs on line, managing personal finances, an introduction to Universal Credit and supported job search.

We also run specialist Employability courses for Lone Parents, Older Workers and 19+.

Maths
From beginner level to GCSE equivalent: includes overcoming numeracy issues as a barrier to employment, maths life skills and managing personal finances.
English
From beginner level to GCSE equivalent: includes literacy skills for work, writing skills for applying for work, communication skills required to present and interview well.
IT Skills (ECDL) and Digital Skills
From entry level to GCSE equivalent: includes IT skills for work, and using IT to use Universal Job Match and search and apply for jobs on line, use of the internet and accessing the hidden jobs market. Plus use of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and the Internet.
National Careers Service
Go Train delivers group and one-to-one careers advice sessions, delivered by qualified careers advisers at each of our centres. Customers have access to information, careers advice and resources, which can help them make more effective skills, work and life choices.

Digital Desk Guide

Download our Digital Desk Guide to find out which training programme suits your client back to work, quickly and effectively.

Download the Digital Desk Guide Here

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