Funded training courses available at Think Employment
Think Employment have two fully funded training courses for you to choose from in May.
The training provider have helped more than 4,000 people upskill and enhance their job prospects in the last 12 months. Every month, they run various training programmes that provide people with an introduction to what working in specific sectors would be like. On top of this, the courses also equip people with practical skills and nationally-recognised qualifications that boost people’s CVs. What’s more, the government cover the cost of the training for jobseekers and people who earn less than £15,736 a year!
Beginning on Monday 13th May is a Customer Service course that would be helpful for someone interested in acquiring transferable skills so they can find work in retail, hospitality, business administration, medical services or even manual labour jobs!
Then on Monday 20th May, they are also running a Hospitality course that provides an excellent foundation for people looking for work as a Waiter, Bartender or Event staff. Also, as part of the course, people will receive a Basic Food Hygiene certificate which is sought after by employers in the sector.
All of Think Employment’s courses only take a week to complete and as part of the service, they offer all of their learners CV support, interview preparation and assistance applying for jobs.
Training available at Think Employment in May:
Customer Service – Monday 13th May
Hospitality – Monday 20th May
Think Employment is based at Shirethorn House on Prospect Street. For more information visit thinkemployment.com, call 01482 935 867 or find them on Facebook or Twitter.
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