The Summer School programmes start in July and will offer valuable insight into the world of work and help young people identify their strengths, transferable skills and areas of interest.
The Summer Schools are designed for individuals aged 15 and over who are looking to take their first steps into the workplace.
The transition from education to employment can be daunting, which is why young people can access a valuable pool of expertise that can help them to plan their future, investigate career paths and gain up-to-date knowledge of local employment opportunities.
Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce Training are offering a range of courses including Accountancy, Early Years Care, Hairdressing and Employability Skills.
Each course is designed to provide an overview of the sector and give participants a feel for what it’s like to work in that field.
Additionally, there will be particular emphasis on interview techniques, making successful job applications and CV development, including an insight into current opportunities.
Participating in a Summer School can help individuals recognise their transferable skills that can be applied in the workplace. Skills such as communication, time management, organisation and written English skills are valuable in any job setting.
Moreover, the programme offers an excellent opportunity to build confidence and life skills, which can be beneficial in personal and professional life.
To take advantage of a place on a Summer School, please speak to a member of staff by calling 024 7623 1122 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Chamber of Commerce Training website here https://www.cw-chambertraining.co.uk/news-and-media/news/chamber-training-free-summer-school/