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Explore Your Future

We can help you if you are aged 16-18 and not already in education, training or employment with our exciting Explore Your Future programme. As well as gaining a recognised qualification you will take part in activities that enable you to build your confidence, self-worth, study skills and gain real-life experience of the world of work to help you get a fresh start.

Our next Explore your Future course will be starting soon at the Ellesmere Port Campus. Call 01244 656555 for more information.

  What the programme will give you:

  • boost your confidence
  • improve your team working
  • skills and working with others
  • help you to decide what job you want to do in the future
  • help you set future goals and plan to achieve them
  • improve your effectiveness in College and in future employment

After completing the programme we can help you to progress onto:

  • A West Cheshire College course - during your initial 3 weeks at College we will discuss with you which College programmes are suitable for you to progress to and we will ensure that these meet your future career objectives.

  • Apprenticeship or Advanced Apprenticeship - where you can combine a Level 2 or Level 3 qualification with a job. You will get paid during your Apprenticeship and you will have a mentor from the College who will support you throughout the programme.

  • Work experience - we will help you to find a suitable placement with an employer based in the industry you are interested in. The placement will enable you to gain valuable skills and experience in the workplace that will enhance your CV.

  • English and Maths - this is ideal if you didn’t get the grades you wanted at GCSE. We can help you improve your level to enable you to progress into further study at the College or employment.

Call us and kick start your future now 01244 656555.

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