INTRODUCTION FOR LEARNERS
Newham Training and Education Centre (NEWTEC) is a specialist organisation offering exceptional vocational training opportunities for students who are working or aspiring to work in the Care Sector. NEWTEC workbased training programmes are flexible and highly responsive to employer needs. Courses are tailored to the individual needs of student. Training options range from Entry Level to Level 5.
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Traineeships are a perfect opportunity for young people, aged 16-18, who are motivated to get a job but may lack the skills and experience that employers are looking for.
Traineeships prepare young people for their future careers by helping them to become ‘job ready’ by providing:
- Work opportunity sessions, ensuring young people have the skills and confidence needed for the workplace
- Maths, English and ICT support to improve young people’s numeracy, literacy and computing skills
- Key responsibilities and tasks which support the Vocational Children & Young Peoples Workforce
- A qualification that will help you to gain valuable experience and a reference
ADULT LEARNERS (19+)
Early Years / Childcare & Health and Social Care
These are training programmes that are delivered as a combination of classroom sessions and practical work in a care setting. It will give you the opportunity to use the knowledge you gain in the classroom in real life context.
Level 1 courses will introduce you to the world of care
Level 2 courses provide you with the underpinning knowledge and skills required to work in the care sector.
Level 3 programmes will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to work as a supervisor or manager in the care sector
A foundation degree at level 4 and 5 provides you with the academic knowledge and skills required to progress to a degree level.
What is an Apprenticeship?
- A work-based training programme that leads to a nationally recognised qualification
- Training is carried out in your workplace
- The apprentice must be working for a minimum of 30 hours per week which includes classroom sessions or workshops
We currently offer the following frameworks:
- Diploma in Health & Social care
What levels are offered?
- Intermediate (Level 2 – equivalent to five good GCSE passes)
- Advanced (Level 3 – equivalent to two A Level passes)
How does it work?
Each apprenticeship framework consists of three parts:
- Technical Certificate
- National Vocational Qualification (NVQ)
- Functional Skills in English and Maths
Apprenticeship Opportunities in Health and Social care & Apprenticeship Vacancies in NEWTEC nurseries
EARN while you LEARN.
As an apprentice, you will gain work experience and achieve nationally recognised
qualifications, whilst earning a wage.
NEWTEC Nursery Vacancies:
Level 2 up to £11,262 per annum and Level 3 up to £11,575 per annum.
Locations: Mark Street, Deanery Road, East Ham, UEL, Cumberland Rd, Plaistow and West Ham Lane.
Health & Social Care Vacancies:
Competitive salaries for L2 & L3 apprentices.
Locations: East London, various sites.
Who Can Apply
- 19+ or above
- Looking for employment
- Have a desire to work with Children or Care for young adults (Nurseries)
- Have a desire to work with Care for adults or young adults (Health and Social care)
- Have GCSEs A-C in Maths, English (and ICT – Nurseries) or willing to achieve Functional skills at Level 1 or 2
Contact us on 020 8519 5843 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enrolment takes place every Friday 9.30am-12.30pm, lasting approximately 3 hours. Please ensure you bring with you the following items:
- proof of residence (passport or UK birth certificate or home office letter)
- previous qualifications (all original certificates)
- DBS (original document)
- National Insurance Number
- proof of current benefits (no less than 3 months old)
If you are unable to attend the enrolment session on Friday, please contact our Course Advisors on 020 8519 5843 ext 3201 to arrange a suitable time.
|Autumn||Monday 12 September 2016 to Friday 21 October 2016|
|Half Term Break||Monday 24 October 2016 to Friday 28 October 2016|
|Autumn||Monday 31 October 2016 to Friday 9 December 2016|
|Christmas Break||12 December 2016 to Monday 2 January 2017|
|Spring||Tuesday 3 January 2017 to Friday 10 February 2017|
|Half Term Break||Monday 13 February 2017 to Friday 17 February 2017|
|Spring||Monday 20 February 2017 to Thursday 31 March 2017|
|Spring Break||Monday 3 April 2017 to Monday 17th April 2017|
|Summer||Tuesday 18 April 2017 to Friday 26 May 2017|
|Bank Holiday May Day||Monday 1 May 2017|
|Half Term Break||Monday 29 May 2017 to Friday 2 June 2017|
|Summer||Monday 5 June 2017 to Friday 14 July 2017|
Term for 2017-2018 to be confirmed