Construction


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New Directions

Course Make-up:

  • Tutored Sessions
  • Work Experience/Placement
  • Project Based Assignments
  • Functional Skills Support with Maths & English
  • ICT Functional Skills

Awarding Body:

       City & Guilds London Institute

Course Duration:

       As short or as long to meet you individual needs

Attendance Required:

       Minimum 12 hours per week

       Maximum 24 hours per week

Style of Course:

      Tutorial planned sessions, self learning and project based tasks along with work experience.

Learner Support:

  • Functional skills
  • Travel costs supported
  • Support with Bursary application
  • Personal support
  • Pastoral support
  • Job search support

Entry Requirements:

  • You must be aged 16 to 18

Progression:

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  • Access to Nu-Horizons Programme
  • Access to GCSE re-takes
  • Access to a Foundation Course/ Diploma

Achievements:

  • Functional Skills English, Maths & ICT
  • Employability Skills qualification with units
    relating to the Construction Industry

Other information:

  • Town centre location for training
  • Flexible attendance days
  • Individualised Learning Plan
  • Support with travel costs
  • NO tuition fees
  • Subsidised refreshments
  • Support with Bursary application
  • Support with finding employment
  • State of the Art Equipment & Resources
  • Courses start 50 Mondays per year
  • Learner focussed staff
  • MVC has proven track record of success
  • Additional bolt on courses available
  • Nationally accredited courses
  • Fully trained and qualified staff
  • Continual IAG throughout the course
  • Hardship Allowance fund
  • Dedicated student support teams
  • Can be employed up to 24 hours per week and still access this course and received a Bursary, if applicable

 

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Nu-Horizons

Course Make-up:

  • Tutored Sessions
  • Work Experience / Placement
  • Project Based Assignments
  • Functional Skills Support with English and Maths
  • ICT Functional Skills

Awarding Body:

       City & Guilds London Institute

Course Duration:

       26 to 36 weeks or to meet your individual needs

Attendance Required:

      Minimum 12 hours per week

      Maximum 24 hours per week

Style of Course:

      Tutorial planned sessions, self learning and project based tasks along with work experience.

Learner Support:

  • Functional skills
  • Travel costs supported
  • Support with Bursary application
  • Personal support
  • Pastoral support
  • Job search support

Entry Requirements:

  • Aged 16 to 18

Progression:

  • Employment with Training
  • Access to Connect 2 Programme
  • Access to GCSE re-takes
  • Access to Level 1 Foundation Course/Diploma

Achievements:

  • Entry Level 3 Construction Skills Qualification
  • Functional Skills English, Maths & ICT
  • Edexcel Workskills Qualification
  • Level 1 Construction Skills Qualifications

Other information:

  • Town centre location for training
  • Flexible attendance days
  • Individualised Learning Plan
  • Support with travel costs
  • NO tuition fees
  • Subsidised refreshments
  • Support with Bursary application
  • Support with finding employment
  • State of the Art Equipment & Resources
  • Courses start 50 Mondays per year
  • Learner focussed staff
  • MVC has proven track record of success
  • Additional bolt on courses available
  • Nationally accredited courses
  • Fully trained and qualified staff
  • Continual IAG throughout the course
  • Hardship Allowance fund
  • Dedicated student support teams
  • Can be employed up to 24 hours per week and still access this course and received a Bursary, if applicable

 

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Connect 2

Course Make-up:

  • Tutored Sessions
  • Work Experience
  • Project Based Assignments
  • Functional Skills Support with Maths & English
  • ICT Functional Skills

Awarding Body:

       City & Guilds London Institute

Course Duration:

       40 weeks or to meet your individual needs

Attendance Required:

       Minimum 12 hours per week

       Maximum 24 hours per week

Style of Course:

       Tutorial planned sessions, self learning and project based tasks along with work experience.

Learner Support:

  • Functional skills
  • Travel costs supported
  • Support with Bursary application
  • Personal support
  • Pastoral support
  • Job search support

Entry Requirements:

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Progression:

  • Employment with training
  • Access to Apprenticeships
  • Access to higher level qualifications

Achievements:

  • Level 1 Construction Skills
  • Functional Skills in Maths, English & ICT
  • Edexcel Workskills Qualification
  • Units of level 2 Construction skills

Other information:

  • Town centre location for training
  • Flexible attendance days
  • Individualised Learning Plan
  • Support with travel costs
  • NO tuition fees
  • Subsidised refreshments
  • Support with Bursary application
  • Support with finding employment
  • State of the art equipment & resources
  • Courses start 50 Mondays per year
  • Learner focussed staff
  • MVC has a proven track record of success
  • Additional bolt on courses available
  • Nationally accredited courses
  • Fully trained and qualified staff
  • Continual IAG throughout the course
  • Hardship allowance fund
  • Dedicated student support teams
  • Can be employed up to 24 hours per week and still access this course and receive a Bursary, if applicable

 

 

Morthyng Vocational College is a wholly owned subsidiary of Morthyng Group Limited a registered charity in England  and Wales.

"Where people count not profits"

We are dedicated to give you the skills to meet your aspirations and your goal.
Your objectives are ours too and that of every learner we support.
You may be part of a group, but while you are with us you are an individual.
You are our customer and our reason for being here is to support you and help you attain your next step move to making your dreams,
goals and objectives come true.

"i've already learnt basic skills in bricklaying and the knowledge to support this.
I have also gained an insight into health and safety on the building site. The tutors are always there for us.
when i have finished this course i want to progress into the pre-apprenticeship course."

Paul Shillock 17yrs

"its all good, already I've learnt to build walls, to recognise the tools used in the trade, and learnt about different kinds of mortar.
I have also learnt about health and safety related to building sites.
i get along well with tutors, they are helpful and approachable. It's all good !"