For course information call 020 8090 3020 www.barkingdagenhamcollege.ac.uk65Apprenticeships help businesses to develop a well qualified and motivated workforce. Here at Barking & Dagenham College we train over 400 apprentices every year so we know first-hand the benefits they can offer to businesses large and small. A typical apprenticeship programme is a combination of 'on-the-job' training together with College work, which is tailored so it's right for the employer and the apprentice. We currently offer apprenticeship programmes in:l Accountancyl Brickworkl Business & Administrationl Carpentryl Customer Servicesl Early Learning / Childcarel Electrical Installationl Engineeringl Health & Social Carel Hospitality & Leisurel IT Servicesl Managementl Motor Vehicle Maintenancel Painting & Decoratingl Plasteringl Plumbingl Team LeadingIf you are currently in employment, or know an employer who would be willing to offer you work and training, or you are an employer who is thinking about taking on an apprentice, our Apprenticeship Team can help. Call us today on 020 8090 3020 extn 7177.Apprenticeships make things happenTraining ProgrammesAs well as training apprentices for other organisations, we also have several of our own at the College. Here we meet two of them - Maria, on the left, has her sights set on becoming an accountant and is an apprentice in the College's Finance Department, whilst Lisa is working in our Business Innovation & Enterprise team.
For course information call 020 8090 3020 www.barkingdagenhamcollege.ac.uk66Work Related Learning for 14 - 16 year olds /Compass ProgrammeTraining ProgrammesWork Related Learning Programme (for 14-16 year olds)This programme is for young people who are in full-time education at secondary school or receiving education via an alternative route. All of the courses we offer are accredited by national awarding bodies and are perfect if you enjoy doing practical tasks. Through our fantastic relationships with local schools, young learners have the opportunity to come to the College one day a week as part of their vocational training. For a place on this programme you must be referred to us by your school, so please speak to your parents or guardians and your teacher.Courses include:l Construction and the Built Environmentl Motor Vehicle Studiesl Childcare l Motorcyclel Health and Beautyl Public Services l EngineeringYoung Apprenticeship ProgrammeThis Programme is for learners aged 14-16 and combines school-work with practical skills and experience in the workplace.It is run as a partnership between Barking & Dagenham College, Thames Gateway College, the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, local secondary schools and local employers. Courses include:l Construction and the Built Environment l Motor VehicleFor further information on these Programmes please contact our Work Related Learning Team on:020 8090 3020 extn 7301 or 7259 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgCompass ProgrammeFull-time for one yearThis Programme is designed for Year 11 students who, for a variety of reasons, are not engaged in mainstream school.Learners will study towards a BTEC Level 1 Diploma/Certificate in Vocational studies, with options in Business Administration and Retail, Public Services or Construction. This course also offers English and Maths qualifications.Referrals to the Compass Programme are made by the Local Authority, schools or the tuition centre.For general enquiries please call our Compass Team on extn. 7053.