Aged 16 to 18 and thinking what’s next? We look forward to seeing you at our one of our results day drop in sessions on the 25th and 26th of August at one of our local centres. Our training advisors will be on hand to offer you free career advice.
Burton Enterprise Centre, DE142NB,
5 Upper Northgate Street, CH1 4EE,
Burford House, CW1 2DJ,
Metro House, SK11 6QG
Group House, CW10 9LZ,
11 Upper Dicconson Street, WN1 2AD,
Unit F, Halesfield, 14, TF7 4QR
The Boultings, WA2 7TT,
Castle Court, CW7 3BS,
Market Drayton Youth Centre, TF9 3AD,
Masonic Hall, M33 7EE
Suite 5, Second Floor, WA7 2HF,
Unable to make it?
If you can’t make your local event but would like to find out more, just fill in the form below and our team will be in touch with more information about our apprenticeships and the other courses available
Here at Total People we believe that experience can’t be overstated and is vital for young people when they are looking to make the transition from education into the real world. But if you still need some convincing, here’s 10 reasons why we think all young people should go on work experience:
When you’re applying for an Apprenticeship employers are aware that you’re not likely to have any work experience, especially if you’re just leaving school, so what should you be putting in there instead?
Are you unsure where your career is taking you? Or perhaps you aren’t happy with the choice you made after GCSE’s. Whether you’d like to change jobs, start a new career or simply want to explore your options, Total People can help you whatever your situation.
We’re offering one to one support for anybody in, or around Crewe that want to boost their chances of getting the perfect Apprenticeship.
I’m a high school student about to enter into Year 11 and I have no idea where I go from there.
Year 10’s, throughout the year, were called in for careers meetings during lesson time; myself excluded. My friends all had their CVs written out by the summertime. They know what colleges they’re applying for and which jobs they aspire to. Most of them have a whole range of choices, especially my Labour representative-musician-actress-scriptwriter friend. They’d known what they wanted to do long before, actually, whereas I was never even called for, and I still don’t have any ideas.
As a parent there is no doubt you want your child to get their career off to the best possible start. Now their exams are over, it is an agonising wait for many until they receive their results in August before they realise their next step.
In the 2015 Autumn Budget, the Chancellor announced the introduction of a new levy on all large UK
employers to fund Apprenticeships. The levy underpins the Government’s Apprenticeship reform
programme and its commitment to achieving 3 million Apprenticeship starts by 2020 – a 35% increase in
the Apprenticeships delivered in the last Parliament. The levy is intended to provide the funding and
incentives to help deliver this commitment.
The levy will support all post-16 Apprenticeships in England. It will provide funding that each employer
can use to meet their individual needs. The funding will be directly controlled by employers via the
digital Apprenticeships voucher, and firms that are committed to training will be able to get back more
than they put in.
Total People Ltd is part of LTE group. LTE group is a trading name of The Manchester College.
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