If your child is enrolled in an apprenticeship with RM Training we welcome you to give us a call and be involved.
An apprenticeship is a full time commitment and results in either a Level 2 or Level 3 NVQ qualification.
RM Training would love to talk to you about the differences between being in full time education and being an apprentice. Sometimes its great to have you on board and discuss your child’s progress within their qualification.
We are an independant provider and provide their training and assessments in the workplace. The majority of our learners qualification will take place whilst they are at work. We have an online learning platform called Smart Assessor that your child should be familiar with. They will be set units to complete by their tutor.
Your child’s qualification lasts for a minimum of 12 months as an apprentice and they will only receive their qualification if they complete the entire course.
If your child is under 18, your will be required to sign an apprenticeship agreement form. You can download a copy of that below. Please download, print and sign a copy of this form and give it to your child for when they start their apprenticeship.
It’s fantastic that your child is thinking about doing an apprenticeship with RM Training. We have all of our vacancies listed on the website, as well as descriptions of all of the courses and qualifications that we offer. This is the best place to start, trying to work out what you want to do an apprenticeship in, but don’t worry, if your child doesn’t know what they want to do, get them to give us a call on 01322 217072 and speak to one of our experienced friendly apprenticeship advisers for some advice and guidance.
If you have a question about your child’s apprenticeship feel free to give us a call on 01322 217072.
Alternatively you can email us firstname.lastname@example.org
We can then provide you with a direct link to your childs assessor/tutor to discuss their progress.
Depending on the qualification and vacancy it is not a requirement to have GCSES to start an apprenticeship.
Functional Skills Level 1 and 2 are taught alongside an apprenticeship and will need to be completed before the qualification is completed.
More information can be found under the “Courses” tab on the website. We run a 3 day CSCS training course at our centre in Southend. These run approximatly once a month and are small group sizes of no more than 6 learners.
The course includes:
- Health and Safety Level 1 in a Construction Environment (Required to pass to order CSCS card)
- CITB Health And Safety for Operatives Test (Sat at a CITB Test Centre)
- Training for both parts of the test including all training materials.
Your child MUST attend all three days of training to pass the course and be eligible to receive their CSCS card. If they do not pass one or both tests there are opportunities