LifeSkills are always friendly and have a flexible approach with our learners. They are supportive and really understand the student’s needs.
How do I apply?
That’s easy. Just call one of the team on 0800 62 26 536 and we will arrange a get together, where we can look at your options and opportunities.
How long will it take to qualify?
Traineeships last from 6 to 17 weeks and Study Programmes take around 37 weeks to complete.
Do I need any qualifications?
Before we can answer that question, we would need to know what course you want to enrol on. The good news is that you don’t need any qualifications for our Traineeships or Study Programmes, get in touch and we’ll talk about it and help get you onto the right course for you.
Will I have my own tutor?
You sure will. If on a Study Programme or Traineeship your Tutor will work with you to achieve the qualifications and get the skills you need to progress.
Is it distance learning or day release at college?
It isn’t distance learning but depending on what course you may attend college. A traineeship is 4 days in the workplace and 1 day at college and a study programme is a mixture of both depending on what skills you have or need to progress.
Is it work based learning?
Yes, all of our courses are about developing you work based skills either in the workplace on a traineeship or work placement.
Do I have to take exams at the end of the course?
In most cases no, depending on your starting point you may have some exams to take.
Can I afford it?
You better believe it. Most of our training courses are funded by the government so it won’t cost you a penny.
How will I know which course to choose?
It’s not always easy knowing which direction you want to take your life. That’s where our team come in. They will guide you through your training and assessment and together you will complete a Personal Learning Plan.
What if I don’t complete the course?
No one is going to give you any hassle if you decide the course isn’t for you. The downside is that you won’t qualify, which means you won’t get a certificate, which means you’ll find it harder to get a job.
For lots of reasons. Here is a few of them:
- You get a nationally recognised qualification
- You can apply your new skills straight away
- You take your qualification with you wherever you go
- You can learn in a way that suits you and your lifestyle
- It costs nothing and you get paid while you train
- You’ll be better at your job and stand a better chance of promotion
- People will want to pay you more if you’ve got the right skills