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PRP Training Ltd
Established in Pembrokeshire over 20 years ago, PRP Training is a training provider specialising in the delivery of Work Based Apprenticeships throughout South and West Wales and Vocational Training at our Academy in Pembrokeshire.
PRP are accredited by City and Guilds, Edexcel and the Institute of Leadership and Management(ILM).
If you are already in work, unemployed, in or leaving school or unsure which career path to follow, there is something for everyone at PRP Training.
Whatever you decide, gaining a nationally recognised qualification is a great way to improve your CV, develop new skills, help you progress with your career or increase your chances of finding a job.
Apprenticeships enable individuals to fit learning around work. With a mix of on and off the job training you can ensure you make the most of the fully funded learning opportunity available to you.
The learning is based on the needs of the individual’s employment, and is a great way to gain nationally recognised qualifications. Apprenticeship courses are free to the individual and the employer as the training is funded by the Welsh Government and the European Social Fund.
PRP Training offer Apprenticeships across a a wide range of vocational areas which suit almost every working environment. These apprenticeship courses are available in:
Children’s Care, Play, Learning and Development
Health and Social Care
Hospitality & Catering
Learning and Development
Traineeships are a learning programme for young people aged between 16 – 19 in Wales. They aim to give young people the skills needed to progress into either a apprenticeship, further education or employment. Traineeships will be offered at two distinct levels, Engagement and Level 1 Traineeships.
These traineeship courses are available in:
Health and Social Care
Hospitality & Catering
The Engagement Traineeship is for eligible young people aged 16-18 who are assessed (by Careers Wales) as needing to address a barrier (or barriers) to further learning or employment; and/or need to confirm or contextualise an occupational focus prior to entering further learning or employment.
The Engagement Traineeship encompasses the identification and addressing of a learning barrier (or barriers) that prevents the learner immediately participating in vocational or other learning at level 1,2, or 3 or progressing into employment; and the use of employer work placements, community projects, voluntary work and centre based learning opportunities which aim to confirm or contextualise an occupational focus and provide learners with the breadth and flexibility of skills learners need to enable them to participate in the work force and society at large, prior to progressing, at the earliest opportunity, to either employment or further learning at a higher level.
Traineeship Level 1
The Level 1 Traineeship encompasses the identification and addressing of a learning barrier (or barriers) to support the learner progressing into vocational or other learning at level 1 or specified level 2, or entering employment. This pathway could include work placements, community projects, voluntary work and centre based learning opportunities to deliver a qualification and credit framework (QCF) qualification which tests occupational competencies at Level 1 or an Essential Skills qualification at level 2, relevant to a career aim of a learner, prior to progressing to either employment or further learning a higher level.
From your recruitment you will complete a rigorous induction which will ensure you have an individual learning plan which is tailored to you with complete flexibility around your time, your access to learning and your needs.
All Apprenticeships are made up of a QCF (Qualification & Credit Framework), a Technical Certificate (doesn’t apply to all apprenticeships) and Essential Skills.
Through the delivery of these three areas of competency you are able to fulfil all of your learning needs, whether that is by being recognised for your competency already developed or by learning new skills and competencies supported by our team of knowledgeable and competent assessors.
Talk to us today!
Welsh Ambassador and Quality Assurance Lead
Shwmae! My name is Steve and I have been involved in work-based learning since 2006. I work within the quality department at PRP Training as an internal verifier and I specialise in hospitality, management and business skills apprenticeships. I am also a fluent Welsh speaker and I am also the Welsh language ambassador for the company. Hopefully I can help you out somehow to push your career forwards and in the right direction. Diolch yn fawr iawn.
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