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Employment training, courses and events

 

Black Country Impact

If you are aged 16-29, not in education, employment or training and would like support to move into employment then Black Country Impact can help. 
Training courses available* include Digital Marketing; Maths and English; FLT (Reach & Counterbalance); Telescopic handler; 18th Edition Electrical; Massage; Eyelash perming and extensions; Health & Safety; Fire safety; First Aid; Mental Health First Aid; Coaching and Mentoring. For more information please contact us, or take a look at our dedicated Black Country Impact page.
*some courses may require a minimum number of participants in order to run. Online and in-person learning available.

Sandwell Adult and Family Learning

The people's choice for post 19 adult and community learning in Sandwell, SAFL provide a rich and varied range of learning activities at over thirty venues in 6 different towns.
Courses are available both classroom-based and online in English, Maths Customer Services, Food Safety, Health & Safety, Safeguarding, Mental Health Awareness, Manual Handling, ICT, First Aid and more! 
Contact SAFL for more information. 

Code Your Future

Applications are now open for this *free* online Intro to Coding course. No prior experience necessary, must be 18+ and fall into an eligible category https://codeyourfuture.io/become-a-student/

Virtual Rail and Construction courses

RMF Training in conjunction with the West Midlands Combined Authority have level 2 Rail Engineering; Health and Safety, CPCS courses and more available to eligible learners in an online learning environment. Learners must be able to commit to logging on for each day of the course. For rail course info please email rachel.green@rmftraining.co.uk and for construction courses email lauren.m@rmfrs.co.uk

Tips and Hints for those working from home

The West Midlands Combined Authority and Coventry University have put together some helpful ideas and free toolkits for those working from home.