Further Education options in Wellingborough

Key Training Wellingborough Study Programmes

Key Training study programme is a government funded programme for 16 to 19-year olds, [and for up to 24-year olds where the student has an Education, Health and Care plan (EHCP).]

Our study programme is designed to provide young people with a structured, individualised learning programme that supports their development and progression to the next level of education, a traineeship or apprenticeship, or other employment.

Our programme is designed to give learners the opportunity to:

  • Study one or more vocational qualifications.
  • Work towards the achievement of English and maths functional skills qualifications, (if they do not have GCSE A*-C / 9-4).
  • Undertake a meaningful work experience (related to their chosen vocational area).
  • Develop confidence and personal skills and prepare for employment, training or further education

Key Training’s study programme lasts up to 25 weeks, depending on the learner’s starting point and monthly enrolments take place throughout the year

What makes us so popular?

• Town centre location.

• Small group sizes.

• Staff who are passionate about helping young people achieve their full potential.

• One to one support, if needed.

• Information, advice and guidance.

• The opportunity to make new friends and increase confidence.

Key Training Wellingborough Traineeship programmes

  • Classroom learning not for you?
  • Do you want real experience in the workplace?
  • Do you need to work towards English & maths?

Our local Traineeship offer might be just what you are looking for.

A Traineeship with Key Training offers on the job experience that could kick start your perfect career, within your chosen sector.

This 16-week programme will give you valuable skills that employers are looking for.

We work with local employers covering many industries.

What does it involve?

Weeks 1 – 4

During this period, you will attend our Wellingborough centre where we will assess and improve your employability skills, arrange for you to meet your potential employer and prepare for your work placement.

Weeks 5 – 16

You will attend your work placement with your employer on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday each week and come into centre every Thursday, so we can review your progress. If you have not already achieved GCSE A*-C / 9-4, you will also work towards English & maths.

Weeks 16 onwards

We will support you to progress into employment, help you look for opportunities with local employers, work with you on your CV and help you to prepare for interviews.

Young people that take part in these programmes may also be eligible for a financial bursary to support them with travel costs, interview clothes, lunch and other course requirements.