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Is it really that simple? Well, it could be. Employers are always on the lookout for skilled staff, and if you've got the determination and one of our free vocational qualifications behind you, you'll be well on your way to a regular job. In the video on the left, Claire explains how we can help…
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With 92% of jobs advertised requiring IT skills, being IT literate is more important than ever in getting a job. Designed to meet the needs of everyday businesses, this course will help you gain the IT skills you need to succeed in a working environment. No previous experience is necessary.
Working as a door supervisor or CCTV operator definitely has its benefits. You get to wear a uniform, you learn how to operate the latest technology and you may even have to do a bit of detective work if there is some suspicious behaviour. But these jobs require a certain level of training and a licence to practice.
This course is designed for people who want to work as a close protection officer and therefore require a licence to practise. After completing this course, you will have a significant advantage getting a job in the industry.
As fun as operating a forklift sounds, it carries with it a certain amount of responsibility. That’s why you need a licence to operate these machines. Completing this course will give you the necessary certificate – and a foot in the door when securing a job as a retail merchandiser.
With a huge increase in graduate unemployment and more graduates moving into unskilled work, Free2Learn have identified the need to provide an Employability & Work skills Programme specifically designed for graduate level jobs. The programme will beneficial to all types of graduate in terms of attaining specific skills imperative to achieving employability within their desired profession, updating C.V’s to professional standard, job search skills and interview skills.
This qualification aims to give learners a solid knowledge and understanding of the security industry. It focuses on the core area of security guarding but allows learners to choose optional units on other areas, such as door supervision and CCTV operations. It also aims to develop learners' generic transferable skills, which are becoming increasingly important, such as customer service and problem solving.
Good food hygiene isn’t just something for restaurants to worry about. Whether you’re a budding chef or more at home with microwave meals and beans on toast, it’s important to know how to prepare food safely and hygienically.
Your hands are one of the first areas that people will look at when they meet you. Keep your nails clean and tidy and help your nails to stay strong and healthy
Usha Meisuria is just one of Free2Learn's many candidates who have set a fantastic example by securing a job that's just right for them. A fantastic and committed learner, Usha overcame personal setbacks and several obstacles to successfully improve her English and complete a valuable security training course. Through our links with employers throughout the industry, we were able to secure her a position as part of the security team at an International Embassy in London.
Usha feels that her determination, together with the confidence, extra skills and training that she gained from Free2Learn, enabled her to flourish in the competitive and often male dominated security sector. Today, she's even training other candidates, and is enjoying the rewards of full time employment.