Courses are available on full-time and part-time basis, on-site and off-site.
CityLBC offers flexible learning to match the demands of employers, employees and jobseekers in today's increasingly competitive employment market. Through assessment of the training need, employers or trainees may choose to go through the one of the following modes of training:
Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes designed around the needs of employers, which lead to nationally recognised qualifications. Apprenticeships can be used to train both new and existing employees.
As employees, new apprentices earn a minimum of £3.40 (under 19 and those aged 19 or over who are in their first year) paid by the employer and work alongside experienced staff to gain job-specific skills. Off the job apprentices receive training up to one day per week to gain an industry recognised qualification plus Functional skills (Maths, English and ICT) and ERR.
Current available frameworks include: Business Administration, Childcare, Customer Service, Hairdressing and Health and Social Care.
This mode of training is most appropriate for full time students and also job seekers. Training is delivered on 1 to 3 days per week but is supported by work placements that enable learners to build their portfolios whilst preparing them to become job ready.
Often organisations or employees will want to develop their skills but lack the time and opportunity to do so. To meet this need CityLBC is able to arrange for training to be delivered on-site with assessors supporting groups or individual learners at their place of work.
There is evidence to support the fact that good class attendance contributes positively to students academic achievements. Students are therefore required to attend classes regularly (80' minimum) to ensure consistency in their academic development.
Learners are responsible for ensuring the associated fees are paid promptly for their studies. This can however come several sources including: