Motivated by work?
If you're aged 16-24 and keen to get a job or apprenticeship, the new national Traineeship programme could be for you. It will provide you with the skills and experience employers expect through training and work placements. Lasting up to 5 months, with a guaranteed interview at the end. Visit the Gov website for more information to help you decide whether you might be suitable, and advice on how to get onto a traineeship.
UK Unsigned Brighton, in partnership with Access To Music, are offering Traineeships and paid work placement programmes for 16-19 year olds in Brighton and Hove; based at vibrant Brighton Youth Centre (BYC), on Edward Street, Brighton.
A 6 month paid programme, incorporating Functional Skills Maths and English and Employability/Administration Skills.
Accredited RSL Qualifications in Event Organisation, Marketing and Promotion, Customer Service and Hospitality, Live Event and Music Production; taught by experienced industry professionals.
Access to Recording and Rehearsal Studios and State of the Art Mac Suite.
Work Placements across different sectors tailored to suit individual needs.
Bursary, Travel Card and Lunch Expenses.
A vital stepping stone to Apprenticeships, Work and Further Education.
City College Brighton & Hove deliver a programme in Brighton.
Plumpton College offer traineeships in floristry
Tel: 01273 890 454
Childsplay Training are offering traineeships in childcare and related areas
Heathercroft Training Academy offer a range traineeships
Skills Training UK offer a range of Traineeships
Tel: 01273 666389
Some providers across the county offer other kinds of traineesship opportunities. Have a look below for more information:
L-Earn: Earn while you Learn help you develop skills and gain experience within the work place, in areas such as customer service, warehouse, delivery and furniture manufacturing.
East Sussex College Hastings offer Traineeships in the Hastings area.
Contact the college for more information and start dates.
If you have a learning difficulty or disability
Extra money is available to support you in the work place and during your studies, which your training provider will apply for.
While you are doing the traineeship, you are also eligible for Access to Work funding to support you in the workplace: