Are you interested in becoming a Labourer in the future or just want to learn the tricks of the trade?
It is said that the average salary for a Bricklayer in the UK is £42,000 a year. The top UK Bricklayers are paid on the upside of £90,000 a year also – could you afford NOT to work in the construction industry?
Our City and Guilds Level 1 Construction Skills course can give you the skillset needed to become a Labourer in different fields. We currently have Tutors specialising in the following areas:
- Painting and Decorating
Over half of our Construction Tutors have already worked in the field as Labourers, many self-employed with their own businesses and often some that have worked with larger companies such as Taylor Wimpey. Receiving knowledge from our top Tutors with discussions for your progression routes. We also have key partners at St Edmunds Society with Tarmac, Taylor Wimpey, Travis Perkins, Persimmon Homes and many more. With these connections it is possible we are able to support you further into apprenticeships with these great partners.
If construction is not for you… read on.
Do you want to work in the Catering and Hospitality sector?
There are so many areas that you can work in if you have a catering and hospitality qualification or experience:
- Leisure centres
- Food service management
- Fundraising elements in charities
- Holiday centres
By taking on a catering and hospitality qualification it can open all kinds of doors to opportunities for young people. There are always jobs in these fields of work whether you want to be a Chef or an Events Manager, you can earn up to £40,000 being in the hospitality sector and even more so if you are working with a large hotel or holiday company.
With our Level 1 City and Guilds Catering and Hospitality course we can teach you about the diversity of this industry and what it is like to work with food. We deliver a tailored curriculum which ensures you leave with the knowledge and qualifications that the industry requires. Students can gain skills from the below:
- Customer service
- Food service
- Basic food preparation
- Introduction to food commodities
- Basic food hygiene
We are aiming to have a charity banquet each year for students to register their skillset from their qualifications. This banquet was a huge success last year where we raised almost £500 for Children in Need and our Catering and Hospitality students were able to meet with our Trustees and create a wonderful menu for them to enjoy.
Catering and Hospitality still not for you… read on some more.
Are you interested in becoming a well-paid Engineer?
Engineering plays a vital role in the UK’s wellbeing and provides quality employment on a large-scale. £486 billion was contributed to engineering in 2015 and jobs are on the 7% increase meaning there are more positions available in the engineering industry now. The industry is thriving with already over 1.7 million people employed in the UK alone.
There are plenty of jobs located in different departments of engineering such as:
- Aerospace and avionics
- Building services
- Construction along with many others
In our IMI Level 1 Transport Maintenance course we can offer learning in the below topics:
- Health and safety practices
- Knowledge of materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices used in the automotive environment
- Motorcycle construction and routine maintenance
- Automotive foundation skills
- Motorcycle chassis systems
- Motorcycle engines
With our highly experienced Tutors from the automotive environment you will learn about employability and progression routes for when you finish your vocational qualification with us.
Is auto motives still not your thing?
Would you like a career in the Hair and Beauty industry and styling well-known celebrities?
Have you ever had the dream to become your own boss as a Freelance Makeup Artist? Or perhaps you would like to go into the production industry with celebrities and support television shows such as MTV.
By having a Hair and Beauty industry-led qualification you can choose jobs such as:
- Hair stylist
- Make-up Artist
- Beauty Therapist
- Spa Therapist
In a range of setting such as:
- Holiday makers (Centerparcs)
- Residential Homes
- On set for films or television
Becoming any of the above means you can be as creative as imaginably possible and are able to experiment as long as you can find appropriate models.
St Edmunds Society offers a VTCT Level 1 Hair and Beauty course which has been designed to introduce a range of practical skills from across the industry whilst providing you the opportunity to develop your personal and social skills. The topics included are as follows:
- Health and safety in a salon
- Customer service
- Nail painting and hand care
- Make-up application
- Hair techniques
Demonstrated by Hair and Beauty Specialist Educators that also work as Freelance Artists you are able to attract knowledge and progression routes through conversation. Our Tutors have thorough knowledge on different departments of this industry and therefore can provide you with real and up to date techniques and styles.
Post-16 Hair and Beauty students will shortly be compliant to work on the public with their new found skills.
Students who do not have A-C GCSE’s will be required to complete Maths and English qualifications.
For more information or to register your interest please contact our Study Programme Officer Amanda on 01603 622035 or Amanda.firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to welcoming you to St-Eds.