Are you 19+ and looking to start a new career? These courses will give you the knowledge and understanding of key principles and values required to work in the sector you chose to work in.
This training has been made possible thanks to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority securing funding to deliver Skills Bootcamps, which form part of the Government’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee, helping everyone gain skills for life. Skills Bootcamps are fully-funded, flexible courses, giving people the opportunity to build up sector-specific skills and fast-track to an interview with an employer.
We currently have four different Skills Bootcamps available for you to pick from to get employment ready in your chosen sector. All the important information for each course is listed below:
The Health and Social Care Skills Bootcamp covers a range of general skills and knowledge needed by anyone who wants to work a health and social care role. This course includes several units covering subjects such as duty of care and safeguarding, the principles of mental capacity, equality, inclusion, confidentiality, mental health conditions and more.
This course is for anyone looking to get into maintenance roles with a key focus on either mechanical or electrical. This practical course will offer learners the opportunity to learn about the different aspects of maintenance. It will include advanced fault finding, the maintenance of gears and valves together with a review of efficiency benefits to employers.
The role of a Teaching Assistant is very rewarding as well as challenging and varied. This course is for anyone looking to work in a school as a teaching assistant. There is a focus on the Special Educational Needs of children throughout the course. The course provides you with the theory and practical solutions to understand the development of children, effective teaching, and learning. Key topics will include the influences that impact behaviour, safeguarding and duty of care, and supporting vulnerable children.
You will learn the skills needed to prepare you for the exciting world of the welding industry. This will enable you to develop the relevant skills, behaviours, knowledge, and health and safety awareness training required to prepare you for working in the welding sector. Key topics will include, interpreting engineering information, handling materials, material preparation, shaping components using hand tools, metal fabrication techniques, and basic welding processes.