Online Training Courses and Free National Careers Service Advice and Support
- Award in Health and Safety within a Construction Environment
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for people working in or aspiring to work in the construction industry. Its objective is to prepare you for employment in construction, giving you the knowledge required to undertake jobs safely. Successful completion of this course and the CITB Operatives Health, Safety and Environment knowledge test will enable you to apply for the CSCS Labourer’s card. We have created this course to support those affected by the COVID19 pandemic. This course is delivered on an interactive learning platform with live tuition and support from one of our tutors. As well as professional advice from your tutor you will also have the opportunity to interact with other participants and share experiences and ideas. This course is for people like you that are looking for work or that want to be ready to return to work when things get back to normal.
- Award in Personal Development for Employability
Who is this course for?
We have created this course to support those affected by the COVID19 pandemic. This course is on an interactive learning platform with live tuition and support from one of our tutors. As well as professional advice from your tutor you will also have the opportunity to interact with other participants and share experiences and ideas. This course is for people like you that are looking for work or that want to be ready to return to work when things get back to normal. It is for people that want to develop an understanding of their current skills and qualities, build confidence in a friendly and supportive virtual environment, produce a professional profile for work and prepare for upcoming interviews.
What will I learn on this course?
You will learn about your current skills and abilities, how to action plan and set goals to reach achievable targets to gain additional skills. Our supportive staff will help you learn how to write a CV and prepare for interviews.
Self-Assessment • Understand personal strengths and weaknesses • Understand the importance of recognising personal skills and qualities • Understand goal-setting Searching for a Job • Know sources of information about jobs • Know how to recognise own interests and skills for job roles • Know how to search for job vacancies Produce a CV • Know the purpose of a Curriculum Vitae (CV) • Know information required in a CV • Be able to produce a CV Prepare for an Interview • Know information required to prepare for an interview • Be able to prepare for interview questions • Be able to plan travel for an interview Interview Skills • Be able to prepare to be interviewed • Be able to respond to questions in an interview • Be able to assess own performance in an interview
COVID 19 Update:
The Restore Trust Services Offer in response to COVID19
The Restore Trust have been doing everything we can to keep business as usual in response to COVID19. As a result of the crisis, we have developed provision that your service users can access online, via skype or telephone to support them during these uncertain times when many statutory support organisations offices are not open, or operating limited opening hours and telephone lines continually engaged, leaving many service users frustrated with very little in the way of immediate support and human contact that they need at this current time.
The provision available is to support service users with whatever needs they present, but also offer support to engage in meaningful activity whilst self-isolating to prepare them for employment once normal life resumes.
Please see the provision available below to refer your service users to at this current time and please make referrals via the telephone helpline: 0117 942 7000
- Access to National Career Service Support
- Access to Highfield Qualifications Award in Personal Development for Employability Level 1 Award- this online qualification with the support of an online tutor can support service users with RAR days, achieving 20% ETE hours for Community Payback, Evidencing job commitment activity in online journals for Universal Credit
- Access to specialist Criminal Justice CFO3 project working with community probation and prison releases who have experienced multiple difficulties accessing education, training, and employment.