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Welcome to Consortia Training


Consortia Training is an organisation that receives government funding to deliver vocational training, including apprenticeships and adult training. It does this through a consortium approach utilising quality training centres.

About us

Collaborate, Improve, Progress for Success underlines the ideals behind the formation of the company. By working together the opportunities to develop and improve company quality and the learner experience is further enhanced.

Learner success

Ged

Ged Mcleary is part of the Schwarzkopf L.E.A.P team. The team has been invited to Style the hair of 20 A-List celebrities who will be attending the opening of the new Fendi on Bond Street in London on the 1st of May 2015

Jess

Jess came to the BTA Centre to complete her Level 2 CYPW with us. Her placement was at Alphabet House Day Nursery. On completion they offered her the Level 3 CYPW Apprenticeship 2012. Jess has worked hard to achieve her qualification gaining her CYPW as well her Functional Skills Maths, English, ICT at Level 2. She is continuing at Alphabet House working full time. Jess says ‘I have achieved this with the support of my placement and BTA. Having a young daughter they gave me the flexibility I needed to achieve this qualification’

Hayley

Hayley came to the BTA Centre in 2012, having successfully applied for an Apprenticeship at Ryton Park School. Hayley has achieved her SSTL Level 3 as well as achieving her Functional skills in Maths and ICT 2014. Unfortunately there was not an opportunity for Hayley to continue with full time employment at Ryton Park on completion of the qualification due to school funding. Hayley has however successfully secured a full time post at Alphabet House Nursery. Hayley says ‘I have really enjoyed my experience at BTA and Ryton Park and excited to be working full time in my chosen career’

Megan

Megan came to the Bassetlaw Training Agency Centre after securing an Apprenticeship at a local day nursery in 2012. She has worked hard to achieve her CYPW Level 3 as well as achieving her English Level 2 Functional Skills. Megan is now working full time in the Day Nursery. She says ‘I know it was hard work sometimes but with the support of Tutors and work placement, I have succeeded and I am now working full time’

Lee

Lee stared with us at the Bassetlaw Training Agency Centre to fulfil his ambition of a career working in a school. With no qualifications he thought this was not possible. Lee has achieved a Level 3 Teaching Assistant qualification as well as his Level 2 in Maths, English and ICT. He graduated in 2014 and is currently working full time in the local school where he did his training. ‘I didn’t think it possible and now I am looking into achieving my Teacher qualification’

Lucy

Lucy started on Study Programme at the Bassetlaw Training Agency Centre  in 2012. Lucy lacked confidence, but  wanted to achieve her Level 2 childcare qualification. Through support she has successfully completed her qualification at the Local Primary school where she had her work placement.This has provided her with the opportunity to progress onto an Advanced Apprenticeship. Lucy says ‘I feel so much more confident and look forward to a successful career in Childcare’

Jess

Jess started at the Bassetlaw Training Agency Centre in 2007 on the E2E programme. This gave her the confidence and support to continue on to gain her level 2 Childcare qualification. In 2009 Jess successfully secured an Apprenticeship at a Local Day Nursery to compete her Level 3 CYPW. She achieved this as well as her Level 2 in English Maths and ICT Key skills. The Nursery offered her a full time job on completion. Jess said ‘I could not have done this without the support and flexibility of everyone at BTA’ Jess returned to us in 2013 to become a member of our staff working towards her Assessor Award qualification

Jessica

Jessica originally looked at starting the 16 -19 programme at the Academy Centre, Derby to help her progress to an apprenticeship in hairdressing, but on completing some initial job searching with  tutors she gained a Level 2 apprenticeship in a salon. “I enjoy working at my salon and getting to know new people. The Academy Centre staff are always helpful and give you the skills you need to get on in hairdressing”.

Mollie

Mollie began her training at the Academy Centre, Derby on Foundation Learning where she gained her English and Maths Functional Skills and worked towards an NVQ Level 1 in hairdressing and barbering. She then completed work placements to help her improve her social skills and gain extra knowledge of working in a salon. She returned to the Academy Centre after completing her training and gaining an Apprenticeship in Burton. She says of her time and support here,“The tutors were great at teaching me to be more hard working and to concentrate in class. I really wanted to come back and do an apprenticeship, and succeeded”.

Leanne

Well done to Leanne who came first in the GeTaHead Training Centre Over 18 Months  – Open Themed Competition held in June 2014. Here is her model created using a peacock theme.

Danielle

Danielle also achieved a first place in the GeTaHead Training Centre Under 18 Months  – Open Themed Competition held in June 2014. Here is her model created using a bridal theme.

Catherine

In February 2013 Catherine successfully completed her advanced apprenticeship at the GeTaHead Training Centre and has since completed her TAQA (assessor qualification). Catherine is employed in a local Retford salon as a stylist / manager. She  particularly enjoys long hair work and has demonstrated these skills to other learners.

Tom

Tom completed his apprenticeship at the GeTaHead Training Centre in January 2013 and showed flair in wedding hair and cutting skills, he is  working in a salon continuing to develop his skills and aims to run his own business.

How to apply

If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact Consortia Training directly.

Last updated date: 21 August 2015
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