Training 2000: Did you Leave High School During the Covid-19 Pandemic? Training 2000 Traineeship programmes can help you to bridge the gap to an Apprenticeship or a full-time job.

Award winning Training 2000 has been established for over 50 years and are a large Group Training Association offering business solutions, commercial courses, Apprenticeship and Traineeship programmes across multiple industry sectors. In 2017, Training 2000 became part of the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) meaning that Apprentices have direct routes to a Degree Apprenticeships.

The training provider delivers a variety of Traineeship programmes with the main focus of preparing 16-18 year old’s for the world of work – whether that be an Apprenticeship or a full time job.

Start your career from home

All usual classroom teaching is now taking place remotely, meaning that you can start your career with a Traineeship now from home. A combination of live learning sessions, 1:1 tutorials using Microsoft Teams and recorded sessions. are to ensure that key workers and learners with other commitments can access sessions at a time that suits them.

These programmes are to help school leavers gain knowledge and understanding of their chosen vocational area. Learners also learn key employability skills to aid them in their future careers.

All Traineeships at Training 2000 include work experience as well as building on personable skills and knowledge to help learners reach their career goals.

Learners who are interested in taking their next steps into the world of work can start their journey in February 2021 with Traineeships in Engineering, Business Admin and Accounting.

Training 2000 are a part of the University of Central Lancashire meaning learners can have direct pathway to Degree Level Apprenticeships. Earn, learn and study without the debt of going to university.

Discussing the recent National Lockdown Lead Tutor Jonathon Ayling said:

“We have updated our employability section of the Traineeship to reflect the needs of learners whose learning has been disrupted by Covid-19.”

“We have adapted the sessions to ensure they are engaging and interactive for learners who are working from home with the current restrictions. Learners are keen to get back and prepare themselves for work.”

AAT Learner Dylan said about the Traineeship:

“ I have enjoyed every lesson and I don’t think there is anything we have been taught or gone over that has not been useful.”

“These are the kind of things we should have been learning in school.”

An Engineering Traineeship learner went on to say:

“My confidence has grown and I have learned a lot of useful information.”

A recent Automotive Traineeship learner said:

“You can’t put a price on the skills we have learned on this course.”

If you are interested in any programme at Training 2000, you can register for their upcoming virtual open days for more information here: https://bit.ly/3g5pbwe. The next cohort of Traineeships is starting this February 2021!

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