The Job Lot - Careers Monthly
History in the making
A great collaboration between four vocational sectors is planned for NCW. Art, Hair, Beauty and Photography are all working together to produce period costumes, period hair and make-up and all being photographed in our studio. The work is in partnership with the Folk Museum, Gloucester. Exhibition planned for w/c 27th March 2023.
The NHS one of the largest employers in the UK are supporting a work shop with our health and social care learners. Due to the vast number of roles available the workshop is a snippet of possibilities and all interactive.
Kier, one of the largest national construction companies are hosting a workshop for Bridge Training Students. The workshop will involve problem solving and critical thinking to solve problems that may be encountered within the construction industry. Using effective communication will be key for the learners to demonstrate operational skills.
Mark the manager over at TL Motors, Gloucester is supporting a tour of the company for our eager motor vehicle students. This is a great opportunity for our learners to see the ‘real deal’ and potentially ask about work placements
Drama sessions are returning to our English Functional Skills to help build confidence and prepare students for speaking and listening assessments. Stella from the Everyman Theatre runs workshops to encourage and promote effective speaking and listening, through role play and modeling behavior.
Ringway Infrastructure Services, a leading highways specialist, are attending Bridge Training Ltd to give information on career paths available within the company. The team from the training centre have activities and is on hand to support any questions about the industry.
“It’s not what you achieve, it’s what you overcome. That’s what defines your career.” (Carlton Fisk)