You must pick one (only one) of the Skills Pathways & complete the online Application Form.
If you meet the eligibility criteria you will be invited to complete the Core Course ‘Get Connected’, a basic introductory certified course and typically takes 30 hours to complete. You will do an assessment at the end of the course and if you Pass this assessment you will be allowed to proceed to the next stage of training.
The next stage is to complete an online Aptitude Test. You will then be ranked on the grade achieved in the Aptitude Test and the first 25 applicants will be offered a place on the first course of each of the seven Skills Pathways. The remainder will remain on a waiting list and may be offered places as they become available in future programmes as per ranking.
Upon successful completion of each stage of the training, you will be allowed to proceed to the next stage and ultimately, you will gain the industry and other standard certifications to enable you to seek a job role in your chosen career path.
Throughout the programme you will be learning from Industry Mentors from prestigious organisations and gaining real life understanding of what your qualification will mean in the work environment.
The Career Support Service will link with you right from the start to help you develop a Career plan, atop class C.V. and the skills necessary to interview like a pro!
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