Year 11 progression routes – looking for an alternative to college?
TrAC Apprenticeships Norfolk (TrAC AN) and ACE are holding two Open Days for young people aged 16-18 on the 10th and 12th July from 2.30-5.00pm at Action Community Enterprises, Viking House, 2 Dewing Road, Rackheath Industrial Estate, Norwich, NR13 6PS.
TrAC AN and ACE are working together to identify the best paths for vulnerable young people in Norfolk, whether that be straight into an apprenticeship or doing pre-apprenticeship work here at ACE. The open days will act as an assessment to guide young people into the most suitable option for them.
If you fit into any of the following categories, our Open Days would be suitable for you:
Looked after Child/ Care Leaver
Education Health Care Plan (EHCP)
Special Educational Needs or Disabilities
Risk of NEET or NEET (Not in Employment, Education or Training)
You would be expected to stay for the entire duration, and the afternoon will include:
A tour of the ACE facilities
A short English & Maths Assessment
Your chance to take part in a range of activities which include; construction, motor vehicle, engineering, catering and sport / public services
After the assessment day TrAC AN and ACE will be working together to find suitable provision for those that are accepted either directly onto an apprenticeship, onto a study programme or a period of pre-apprenticeship.
TrAC AN is an employer who is looking to employ the apprentices whilst they spend their time with a host company.
At the moment, our Training Centre is still open, and we intend to remain so for as long as safely possible. We are taking additional precautions to safeguard the health and well-being of our students, teaching staff and other employees:
We have increased the frequency with which we clean all our offices and are ensuring the cleaning standards are consistent with government advice. Students and staff are being encouraged to frequently hand wash and keep contact to a minimum.
We have restricted movement outside the training centre and have cancelled any non-essential meetings and visits.
We will try to keep learning disruption to our students to a minimum, even in the event of a partial closure of the Training Centre. Where possible, students will be provided with learning resources to continue their learning at home, with telephone or internet support provided, as appropriate. You will be advised of this as the situation develops and in line with updated Government policy and advice.
Above all, student and staff safety remain our top priority at all times. If in doubt of any of the above information, please call us.