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July 15th 2014

Champions of youth: Trainees

There is no doubt that young people hold the future’s...

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By E-Achieve Ltd
July 14th 2014

From unemployed to caring for little angels

Joanne Bullock, funded by New College Durham.  Joanne...

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By E-Achieve Ltd
July 1st 2014

What our learners say: highlights June 2014

72 learners completed our online survey in June...

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By E-Achieve Ltd
July 15th 2014

Champions of youth: Trainees

Champions of youth: Trainees

There is no doubt that young people hold the future’s potential. Whatever role you may play in a young person’s life, it is likely that you want to see them blossom and make many achievements. For many young people, the thought of the typical university route is not for them. However, there are so many other ways into work; ways in which they can develop practical skills and knowledge that can be the stepping stone into their first job.

With youth unemployment at a high, it is essential that young people are able to develop a skill set that can support their entry and ability to remain steady within the job market. The key to this is giving young people a solid package of the essentials, as a supplement to their individual needs and talents.

Traineeships are relatively new education concepts that provide young people with the basic skills and appropriate practical experience to enter the world of work. The primary aim of these courses is to ensure that young people are ‘work ready’ so that they may harness their talents to land themselves their first step onto the work ladder. Traineeships provide an entry route to apprenticeships and many other job prospects. The skills the young person will develop really could lead them anywhere.

Traineeships provide young people with the basic skills and appropriate practical experience to enter the world of work

And the traineeship experience also encourages the development of soft skills. Each young person will be given a platform for growth and self-development- be it self-confidence, time management or flexibility. Young people can develop these skills in both individual and team work, throughout the length of the training. They will also develop functional skills in English and Mathematics; all of which will be supplemented by a work experience placement.

E-Achieve can offer all of this over a 10 week period. So, if you know a young person who wants to develop their skills and become ‘work ready’, direct them our way.

*Funding is only available for:

  • 19 to 23 year olds
  • Unemployed and claiming a state benefit
  • Without a level 2 qualification, and without work experience
  • Ready for employment or an Apprenticeship within 6 months

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By E-Achieve Ltd
July 14th 2014

From unemployed to caring for little angels

Joanne Bullock, funded by New College Durham.  Joanne was unemployed for 7 months and began claiming Job Seeker’s Allowance. It was during one of her meetings with her Job Centre Advisor that she heard about E-Achieve. Her advisor explained to her that improving her IT skills would...

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By E-Achieve Ltd
July 1st 2014

What our learners say: highlights June 2014

72 learners completed our online survey in June 2014 to give their opinion and evaluate their experience with us. The results were the following: 82.86% of learners believe that our programme has given them the skills employers are looking for; 74.29% of learners would like to enrol...

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By E-Achieve Ltd
June 30th 2014

Just a click away from the Job Market

Christopher Ahlstedt, Funded by North Tyneside Council. February 2014. Before discovering E-Achieve, Christopher had been unemployed for eight months and was unhappy by the lack of routine he experienced from day to day.  “It made me feel gutted that I was out of my work routine.” Christopher’s...

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By E-Achieve Ltd
June 30th 2014

IT leads learner straight to the Point

Jean Murphy, funded by New College Durham. September 2013. Jean used to work at Morrison’s, but was unfortunately made redundant. She was out of work for 11 months and as a result had to start claiming Job Seeker’s Allowance. During this time, Jean felt down-hearted, but refused to...

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