Case Studies

Tamara

Tamara was unemployed for over 12 months when she had took part in our Health & Social Care’ Tamara attended the course, which was a City & Guilds Level 1 Health & Social Care qualification, in January 2014, Tamara expressed an interest in working in the child care sector so Steadfast Training Ltd helped her source an Apprenticeship vacancy in a local Nursery.Tamara had an interview with the employer, who accepted her for the position and she started her apprenticeship, Diploma in the Children and Young Peoples in February 2014.
                                                                                              
                     

Mustafa

Mustafa attended one of our unemployed short courses, in Peterborough. This course helped him develop the skills needed to find work. The engagement and recruitment team at Steadfast Training Ltd then helped Mustafa secure an interview at a local company. Mustafa’s interview was a success and he started work on 15h April 2013.

Romana

Romana attended one of our unemployed short courses, in Peterborough. She found this course extremely helpful when searching for a job. The engagement and recruitment team helped Romana secure an interview at a local business in Peterborough. Romana’s interview was a success and she started work in April 2013.

     


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National Apprenticeship Week 2016

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