SEND Ignite Your Potential

SEND Ignite Your Potential is a specialist programme has been designed to support young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to prepare for adulthood offering progressive skills development in areas including Health, Independent living, Community inclusion and employment and a foundation of English, maths and digital skills.

This year 4 students were offered places on  the NHS Project Choice.

From the cohort 2021-2022 of the 5 students accepted on NHS last Year 2 students have successfully gained paid employment; James Durdin and Paul Harrison

Both have offered roles as Facilities Assistant role with the Facilities Dept. with NTW Solutions. CNTW NHS Foundation Trust.  They will be working across the NHS Trust within domestics and portering. The remaining 3 will be attending interviews over the next few months.

Apprenticeship Learner Recognition

Here at North Tyneside Employment & Skills, we love to shout about our successes; more specifically our learners successes. This is what Kim Nash, Early Years Assessor and Tutor had to say regarding the students below.

Well done on all your hard work and dedication so far! You have all been working tirelessly over the past few months of your apprenticeship during extremely challenging times and have managed to achieve at least 25% of your Early Years Qualification and Skills, Knowledge and Behaviours towards your overall apprenticeship.  We are all extremely proud!

Lauren Wallace – Fieldhouse Nursery

Received the bronze certificate for achieving 25% of her apprenticeship ahead of target.

Ellie Blythe – Preston Grange Primary

Received the bronze certificate for achieving 25% of her apprenticeship ahead of target.

Casey Newton – Fieldhouse Nursery

Received the bronze certificate for achieving 25% of her apprenticeship ahead of target.

Ellie Leach – Holystone Out of school Club

Received the bronze certificate for achieving 25% of her apprenticeship ahead of target.

Sharne Buglass – Little Sunshine Childcare

Received the bronze certificate for achieving 25% of her apprenticeship ahead of target.

Working Well North Tyneside

Working Well North Tyneside supports people into employment, training and volunteering.
Help us develop a service that works for you!
We provide employment and skills support including information, advice and guidance, links to employers and skills support including confidence building and employability skills.
There are a wide range of partners involved in Working Well North Tyneside including the NHS, North Tyneside Council, DWP and the community and voluntary sector.
Whether you need advice about employment, health, debt, housing or skills, join us for a chat.
We’ll be in the Beacon Shopping Centre Monday to Friday 11am until 3pm between the 7th and 18th of March.
Press HERE for more information.

Get Up & Go 2022 Statistics

Here at North Tyneside Employment & Skills, we host an event every year called ‘Get Up & Go’. This event’s purpose is to let young people and their parents/carers find out about Apprenticeships and the opportunities available. This year’s event helped people explore what career paths are out there for themselves.

This years event was on Saturday 12th of February, which turned out to be a roaring success.

Look below to see all of the statistics from the event, and we hope to see you there next year.

 

Bailey Green Primary School – Business Admin Apprenticeship

Bailey Green Primary School are looking for a Business Admin apprentice.

The main purpose of the role will be to offer administrative support to the Nursery. The successful candidate must be able to work using their own initiative, be well organised and a good communicator.

You will develop a wide range of transferable skills that will be highly sought after across all sectors.

Your role will add value to the Nursery where you will interact with both internal and external customers.

You will contribute to the efficiency of the organisation through supporting teams and resolving issues where appropriate.

You will be required to use your initiative and manage priorities using problem solving skills.

Business Administrators have the potential for people management and this is an excellent opportunity for people wanting to progress into management in their career.

Press the link below to see more information:

https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-714112

Chloe Thompson – Accenture

We caught up with Chloe Thompson, a former apprentice at Accenture, to speak about how an apprenticeship has benefitted her career and why specifically our Get Up and Go event really benefitted her.

This is one of many videos we captured to highlight the brilliant work of both apprentices and employers, so look out for future content throughout the week.

Press below to watch the video.

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