Fastfutures: The link to the website for more information is: https://www.avadolearning.com/fastfutures/
P&V is doing some Free PR for Fast Futures for those (18-22) needing learning support to help in the quest to get on the employment ladder…
Tomorrow (30 Nov 20) Last Day to apply for Jan 2021 intake
A 12-week programme for 2000 learners
Why Promote Fastfutures?
My daughter was chosen for their first learning program and has reported nothing but good things about it. It is a fantastic course which focuses on the key skills required to prepare you for the workplace. The core modules focus on the use of technology in modern-day business, data, finance and marketing.
FastFutures is a ground-breaking online work-readiness and personal skills programme for young people (18-22) from diverse backgrounds. It is a combination of self-paced learning, online classes, and virtual mentoring which will help to equip you with the knowledge and experiences needed at the beginning of your career journey.
Founding Employer Partners, including Legal & General, Astra Zeneca, BT, Barclays, Tate & Lyle, AO.com, Octopus Investments, Health Education England, provide funding and mentoring to deliver this unique programme free of charge for the learners.
Best of luck to you all
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P&V’s inside view on Romney Tweed Fashion Challenge in Partnership with Royal St George’s Golf Club championing the development of the young.
In addition to holding workshops Romney Tweed CIC have gone into partnership with Royal St. George’s Golf Club and created a Romney Tweed Fashion Challenge for 11 to 13-year level students to enter. With their support, as well as that of the two Schools taking part in the learning and development of their students’ textile skill sets Sandwich Technical College and The Marsh Academy – the students work both in school and out in the natural environment where they start to capture the colours and textures for their tweed designs. In addition the children have all written fantastic essays about the textile industry and how the use of natural cloth (Tweed being one) assists businesses focusing on using biodegradable fabrics more than those which don’t, for example polyester and nylon which may take 20 to 200 years to fully biodegrade.