Summer Term – Parental Support (Add comments here)

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  1. Amie Boylan says:

    Great out of school initiative regarding learning opportunities surrounding the black curriculum for young people aged 11-18yrs. Further details and how to register on the website below.

    I have a screen shot of the promotional advertisement if you would like me to email over.

  2. Amie Boylan says:

    The Black Curriculum is coming to Liverpool!
    The Springboard programme is a FREE scheme of monthly workshops for 11–16 year-olds which will be running in Liverpool from July 2021 to June 2022.
    Springboard teaches black history and offers practical and academic skills which can be added to CV’s and work experience or internship applications.
    The Springboard sessions are creative and immersive, with young people learning about black history through the lens of music. This programme is available to young people age 11-16 from ALL backgrounds. Young people will graduate feeling educated and empowered.

    They will be taught by a team of skilled educators with professional backgrounds in teaching and work with children and young people.
    So, sign up today guys, it’s FREE but places are limited.
    Please follow this link to register your child’s place today ⬇️⬇️⬇️

  3. Amie Boylan says:

    Firebrand Academy Digital Bootcamps for Liverpool City Region Applicants
    A free overview of Firebrand’s Digital Boot Camps

    1 hour


    Keat Ng, Firebrand Sprint
    Live online
    2:00 PM – 3:00 PM BST

    Digital Skills for the Workplace is funded by the Department for Education.

    Firebrand Apprenticeships are offering FREE Digital Boot Camps that are aimed at supporting individuals to find jobs in the growing digital and tech sector, and to help employers shrink the digital skills-gaps in their business.

    Bootcamps available:

    Software Developer
    Data Analyst
    If are aged 19 or above, whether you’re looking for work have been unemployed for less than 12 months, or on Furlough, the Digital Skills for the Workplace programme could be for you.

    There may also be an opportunity for those who are in work to apply for this course as long as this is an upskill with the written approval of the employer to support the training need.

    The programme is not for digital experts, you just need a good grasp of the English language and a willingness to learn new skills – they could help boost the skills you already have and make you more employable.

    Fill in the form to register your interest.

    Agenda and topics covered
    Meet one of the Firebrand team, where they will explain how the Boot Camps work. You will learn :

    Why the digital and technology sector is one of the most exciting industries to work within.
    What programmes we offer and the type of roles they lead to.
    How to apply and eligibility criteria.
    How the programmes are delivered and what’s required from you.
    Your options once you complete the programme
    Are you  –

    Aged 19+?
    Unemployed within the last 12 months?
    Need digital skills to take up a new role, or to significantly increase your responsibilities in your existing role (requires employer engagement)?
    Registered address is located in the L, CH, WA, WN & PR postcodes?
    Expected outcomes
    Why you should take part in these Boot Camps:

    A fully funded training programme
    Support and assessment
    Digital skills training for jobs
    An opportunity to receive career- guidance and gain a job interview
    Two programmes to choose from lasting just 3 weeks which include digital skills and employability starting on the 17th of May and 7th June 2021
    Copyright © Firebrand Training Limited 2021

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