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Prince's Trust Team at Stoke on Trent College

Course description

A 12 week self-development course for 16-25 year olds. This exciting programme of activities enables participants to engage in a team-building residential, community projects, fund-raising activities, individual work placement, team challenge and final presentation. Participants can gain a variety of nationally recognised qualifications including: Prince's Trust Team Employment, Teamwork and Community Skills from Entry 3 to Level 2; NCFE Employability Skills Award Level 1, First Aid, Assertive Living, Speaking & Listening Skills and City & Guilds English and maths units. For further details contact: the main Prince's Trust Team Staffordshire office on 01782 603790 or visit our website www.stokecoll.ac.uk/as4l. You can also follow us on Twitter @ PTTeam_STAFFS and on Facebook Search and Like PTT Staffordshire

Course content

A 12 week self-development course for 16-25 year olds. This exciting programme of activities enables participants to engage in a team-building residential, community projects, fund-raising activities, individual work placement, team challenge and final presentation. Participants can gain a variety of nationally recognised qualifications including: Prince's Trust Team Employment, Teamwork and Community Skills from Entry 3 to Level 2; Employability Skills Certificate Level 1, First Aid, Food Hygiene.

Entry requirements

This course is for anyone aged 16-25 regardless of previous qualifications and experience.

Assessment

Assessment is based on the completion of a portfolio based on experience gained during the programme.

Future opportunities

There are a variety of progression options available, and successful team members usually progress onto further education, employment with training or volunteering, with all students receiving on-programme support with their progression.

Further information

The course is delivered from our team rooms in Tamworth, Cannock, Burton,Cauldon, Newcastle and Burslem, and planned and delivered by one of our experienced Team Leaders.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Stoke on Trent College directly.

Last updated date: 09 February 2016
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      Child Care

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      Hospitality and Catering

      Public Services and Army Preparation

      Sports and Sport Science

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      ESOL