Welcome friends of our ATTFE College newsletter. In this month’s newsletter you can find information about our new Community Hub in the Idlewells Shopping Centre, hear about our Partnership and Community Leads and our upcoming 16-19 Open evenings. Plus much MORE...
We also provide information about Sector-Based Work Academies, and how you can contact our Employability Manager for job support. We hope you enjoy reading this issue of our newsletter. We would love to know what you want to hear about in the next edition. Let us know at email@example.com.
ATTFE College Community Hub - OPENING SOON!
Our NEW Community Hub will be opening shortly in the Idlewells Shopping Centre. Stay tuned for the opening.
READ ABOUT WHAT OUR 'Partnership and Community Leads' HAVE BEEN UP TO THIS MONTH...
Lee Brazier Alison Whitton Dianne Holmes
Sutton Light Night – ATTFE’s Partnership and Community Team took part in both nights of the Sutton Light Night to promote the variety of courses we have on offer for the local community. Both nights were a huge success. It was great to speak to the individuals and families who attended and see so many people out having fun in Sutton Town Centre.
D2N2 Recruiting Talent – Team ATTFE attended West Notts College for the D2N2 Recruiting Talent event, along with a wide range of local providers and businesses in order to widen the links that we as a college have, find out about future plans for local authorities and to learn more around disability inclusion within the workplace.
Mill Waters Memory Café – Our Partnership and Community Lead Dianne, supported the first Memory Café session which took place at Kings Mill Reservoir as part of the Mill Waters Project. This is a community session to support people living with dementia and their family members. Each session will include an optional walk around the reservoir as well as fun activities indoors in the Mill Waters activity room (next to the café). The sessions will take monthly, the next one being held on Wednesday 9th March starting at 1.30pm. There is no need to book, just turn up. For more information about Mill Waters visit Home (millwaters.org.uk)
Portland College Moving on Event– Thank you to Portland College for inviting ATTFE to their Moving on Event earlier this month. Lee and Dianne our Partnership and Community Leads attended the afternoon to promote the courses on offer to students at the college.
We offer courses to build your employment skills
ATTFE College has a wide range of courses designed to develop skills for the work place and preparation for work. The ‘roll on, roll off’ timetable covers essential skills such as CV writing, interview and communication skills as well as IT and job searching skills.
We have a friendly and skilled team of tutors who will support you with your learning.
If you are aged between 16 to 19 and are looking for the next steps in your learning journey, come to our open evenings to find out what ATTFE College can do for you. You can bring a parent, guardian or a friend with you, or just come along yourself and find out more about the range of courses that we offer.
SECTOR-BASED WORK ACADEMIES
Are you looking for support to find a job?
ATTFE offers a range of sector-based work academy programmes in a variety of industries including care, warehousing, hospitality, and education.
Our Sector-based Work Academies give you the opportunity to learn new skills and get experience of working in a particular industry, support with the application process and a guaranteed interview.
EMPLOYER RECRUITMENT SERVICES
Are you an employer? Or do you help to recruit people for an employer?
ATTFE College has extensive experience in supporting employers with their recruitment needs. We can help to support your recruitment needs in the care, warehousing, catering and customer service sectors.
Tell us what your needs are and we will create a bespoke training programme, so you have the most informed candidates applying for roles. We can also arrange interviews with candidates, which can be held at your premises or ours.
Some FREE courses at ATTFE College include; reading, writing and basic maths.
You may not have to pay for tuition if you are under 24 and studying for your first qualification equivalent to GCSE or A level.
If you are planning to study at Level 3 to 6, you can apply for apply for an Advanced Learner Loan to cover the cost of your tuition fees. The loan is easy to apply for, doesn’t involve a credit check and you don’t have to pay it back until you’ve finished your course and you are earning over £26,575 a year.
If you want to apply for a loan to study at ATTFE then simply contact: