We’ll sit down and get to know you so that we can understand your strengths, your weaknesses and what you’d love to do. Together we can then develop a Learning Plan to help you get to where you want to be. Everyone’s plan is as individual as them and we’ll support you to get to your end goal.
Qualifications can be an important requirement for an employer or a college, but if you didn’t get A* – C GCSE grades in Maths and English, don’t worry, we can help and support you.
Study Programme offers young people the opportunity to gain:
- Functional Skills Maths and English qualifications up to Level 2
- Employability and Personal Development Skills
- Preparation for work and life
- Work experience opportunities
- Social Skills
- Independent Living Skills
All learners begin Functional Skills at their level. Functional Skills qualifications range from Entry Level 1 to Level 2 in both Maths and English. Also, you only sit exams when you feel ready.
Your Learning Plan also offers work experience opportunities. We’ll work with you to find an employer who is happy to provide you with some valuable work experience in an area you’d like to work in. You never know where this could lead to but gaining work experience is a fantastic way to build up the skills needed to gain employment. It’s great to put on your CV.
Your CV will be updated regularly to record the qualifications, the work skills and the work experience you gain.
Talk to one of our experienced advisers today about Career Link and how it could be the stepping stone for you.
Working with Autism
Autism is a lifelong, developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how they experience the world around them.
Autistic people see, hear and feel the world differently to other people. If you are autistic, you are autistic for life; autism is not an illness or disease and cannot be cured. Often people feel being autistic is a fundamental aspect of their identity.
Watch this short video introduction to Autism
What learners say
"I've learnt more during my time with YH Training that I did in all of my time at school. Thank you for all of your support and guidance. I'm looking forward to my future in learning and can’t wait to gain an apprenticeship and join the world of work."Read More
What's going on?
Apprenticeship Minimum Wage Increase
The apprenticeship minimum wage Like a regular job, an apprenticeship also receives a wage which is also governed by a national minimum wage. The current minimum apprenticeship wage increased (April 2021) to £4.30 per hour. However the minimum wage for an apprentice can also depend on your age and the length of the apprenticeship, for […]Read More