Prince's Trust Team Programme

City College Plymouth
In Plymouth

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  • Vocational qualification
  • Plymouth
  • Duration:
    12 Weeks
Description

This course will help to improve your confidence, problem solving skills and teach you how to work as part of a team. Prince's Trust Team will enhance your individual skills and make you more employable.

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Plymouth
Kings Road, PL1 5QG, Devon, England
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

You must be aged 16-25* and be unemployed or a New Deal Learner.

Course programme


Course Content

Award:
Certificate in Personal, Teamwork and Community Skills

What's it all about?:
This course will help to improve your confidence, problem solving skills and teach you how to work as part of a team. Prince's Trust Team will enhance your individual skills and make you more employable.

Progression:
E2E, Apprenticeships, Further Education and Employment.

Entry Requirements:
You must be aged 16-25* and be unemployed or a New Deal Learner.

In particular, the Prince's Trust Team try to help if you are:
• a person who didn't do well at school
• an offender or ex-offender, including serving prisoners
• unemployed, particularly if you have been out of work for six months or more
• in or leaving care
• wanting to help your community
• seeking personal development experience.

* Subject to LSC funding criteria

Duration: 12 weeks

Business Benefits:
Employed volunteers on Team, learners leave with improved Teamwork and Communication skills

Course Overview
What does the course involve?:

The course can offer you:
• Develop practical skills, which will help you in life and in a job.
• Enjoy an action packed week away from home.
• Benefit from two weeks work experience.
• Be given career advice and help with your job search.
• Achieve nationally recognised qualifications.
• Have an amazing time!

When can I study?:
Five days per week (full-time)

Are there any exams?:
Initial and Diagnostic Assessments
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