Early Years: An Introduction to Inspire courses - Arnold Library - Family Learning
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Published 21st December 2020
We know Covid-19 has had an effect on secure employment and we’re here to help.
We’ve introduced some fantastic online accredited and further education courses as part of our spring term programme. As a Way2Work partner we're offering help and support into training and employment through a dedicated team of job coaches and mentors.
Our accredited and further education courses, approved by a professional awarding body, can make you more desirable to employers. Whether you’re looking for a job, to upskill, or completely change your career, our courses will help you develop your skills in a range of subject areas.
Our level 1 and 2 courses are funded through the Adult Education Budget. This means your course could be fully or part funded depending on your circumstances.
If you’re looking to further your skills and knowledge our career boosting courses at level 3+ could be the perfect addition to your CV!
Whether you want to get into education and training or a more senior supervisory or management role, these courses could be for you:
Did you know that you’re entitled to a FREE Functional Skills Maths or English course if you haven’t yet achieved a GCSE in these subjects at grade C/4 or equivalent?
Functional Skills courses with Inspire Learning are accredited and allow you to work towards a City & Guilds qualification in either Maths or English.
As well as accredited courses we’re offering hundreds of free* and discounted community and family learning courses for everyone aged 19+
Almost all of our spring term courses are online – the same expert tutors, the same friendly group learning experience, but online via Zoom.
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