Are you aged between 16-19 years old and want to earn as you learn?
With a Traineeship programme you can earn up to £3500, while gaining crucial qualifications and vital work experience.
At INSPIRE Training, we pride ourselves on adopting a learner led approach in a fun, relaxed and supportive environment to ensure that you achieve your goals. We have over 10 Level 1 BTEC options to choose from, so whether you know what you want to do, or even if you don’t we’ll support you with option tasters to help you make the right choice before you commit to a work placement!
INSPIRE Training is a new and innovating training programme provider based in Swansea, that covers the whole of Wales.
We offer many routes into education and employment by providing a whole range of experiences that suit all learners, in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
The overall aim of the company is to provide young adults with the opportunity to gain skills, qualifications ands confidence in order to equip them with the necessary skills to progress within their personal and professional lives.
FINDING THE RIGHT LEVEL …
If you are a school or college leaver with little work experience or someone who has been working in a job for a while, we have an opportunity for you.
We offer a full range of work-based learning programmes, from Engagement and Level 1 Traineeships. We will then support you to progress onto an apprenticeship, employment or volunteering.
All of our programmes allow you to work towards nationally recognised qualifications meaning you can build up valuable credits.
A Traineeship is a fantastic Pre-Apprenticeship training programme that prepares 16-19 year-olds for the world of work. Having spent most of your time in school or college, you will need a helping hand progressing from education to the workplace – and this is what our traineeship routes are for.
No entry requirements and join at any time of the year.
By signing up to a Traineeship you will get:
- Paid a training allowance of between £40-£50 a week plus travel expenses (this will not affect any child benefit payment your family receives)
- To spend time on our engagement phase to test which routes you like or even dislike (up to 6 months)
- To participate in a full range of activities including film editing, cliff jumping, music composition, sports and many more. You choose!
- An exciting work placement with top employers
- Employability training to help you stand out in the job market- including CV writing, interview preparation and job searching skills
- English and Maths training and qualifications should you need or want the support
- All the support you need to progress onto the next stage of your life
By working in partnership with ACT Training and People Plus we can offer up to 10 exciting Level 1 routes
(6 – 9 months)
10 Traineeship Routes
2 Business Administration (Office Work)
3 Care (Child & Elderly, we will pay for your DBS check)
4 Construction (we’ll train and pay for your CSCS card)
5 Customer Service
6 Employability and Workskills
7 Hairdressing and Barbering
8 ICT Computers
9 Retail (Shop Work)
10 Sports & Active Leisure
We are based in Swansea city centre, opposite the train station. The new building boasts 15 classrooms over 3 floors, each with learner chillout areas, kitchens and we even have a training kitchen where you can opt to participate in our home cooking classes to improve your nutrition knowledge and independent living skills.
Throughout the year, we invite specialist guests and local employers to give presentations of what they look for in an employee and their expectations. We offer many activities to boost your confidence and make friends such as 5 a side football, making music tracks, film editing and cliff jumping! Only if you want to!
All learners receive a FREE INSPIRE hoodie once you hit the 2 full weeks full attendance.
I’m interested in a Traineeship. What do I need to do?
You need to see a Careers Wales Careers Adviser who will discuss your career ideas with you and refer you on to a suitable Traineeship programme.
If you are still in school – speak to your school Career Adviser