Apprenticeships and Courses for Young People

We are now recruiting for our Study Programme and Diploma courses; classed as full time education which will help learners aged 16-18 develop work and life skills in their chosen area and plan for their future including jobs and apprenticeships. Starting in September 2018, if you would like further information or would like to enrol please call 01325 406422 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk

Apprenticeships
Diplomas
19+ Diplomas
Customer Service and Retail
Employability
Traineeships
Employers Information
Tees Valley Pathways Programme
Raising of the Participation Age
Service to Secondary Schools - Alternative Provision
Click on this link to see the current apprenticeship vacancies

Luke Reynolds Small Penny Smith Small Yasmin Small

Caroline Towers Small Josh Kacis Small Laura Noble Small


 

Raising of the Participation Age

All young people are now required to continue in education or training until their 18th birthday. This does not necessarily mean staying on in school. You can choose how you participate post-16, which could be through:

  1. Full-time education at a school, college, or other training provider, such as Learning & Skills (a minimum of 540 hours per year)
  2. An Apprenticeship
  3. Part-time education or training if you are employed, self-employed or volunteering for 20 hours or more a week

Return to the top of the page


Service to Secondary Schools – Alternative Provision

We offer high quality alternative provision for 14 – 16 year olds (including English and maths) at the Coleridge Centre – a safe and calm learning environment. Students work 1:1 or in small groups on a personalised timetable leading to accredited qualifications, including individual help to progress to post-16 learning or employment.

Return to the top of the page