Women in Crawley offered free qualifications and employability training

SENse Learning Collective CIC, a community interest company based in Sussex that tackles social inequality, have announced that they are running a free six week qualifications and employability course for young women aged 18-25 in Crawley and the surrounding areas.

Thursday, 13th May 2021, 11:41 am
Updated Thursday, 13th May 2021, 11:42 am

Following the recent news that young people aged under 25 have been hardest hit by the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis, with more than one million under-25’s facing unemployment, there is now a vital need to upskill and support young people.

SENse Learning Collective CIC provides free employability and qualifications training to women aged 18-25.

The company uses a bespoke approach to learning and ensure that all learners have one-to-one access to mentors and teachers.

SENse Learning Collective CIC are offering free qualifications and employability training for women in Crawley. Picture courtesy of SENse Learning

SENse Learning Collective CIC aim to provide all learners with accreditation in English, Maths and Essential Digital Skills.

The company will also support learners in application writing, CV writing and interview skills to equip learners with the confidence and skills needed to move onto either employment or further education.

Learners will gain one-to-one support in teaching and learning appropriate to their level; one-to-one access to a mentor to support with the project and the next steps; full online access to ‘skills builder’ which provides online work for independent study; sessions on CV writing, interview skills and application form writing; formal nationally recognised qualifications in English, Maths and Essential Digital Skills and most importantly learners will gain a positive outlook for their future.

The course will run from July 2021 - September 2021 and spaces are limited so if you are interested in joining this course please call SENse Learning Collective CIC on 01444 400896 or email [email protected].