At AAL we have a range of courses to support individuals looking to secure paid employment. 

What we offer

Employability – all sectors

A minimum booking of 3 days is required for this suite of courses

2 day courses
Identifying your skills and strengths
CV writing and application forms

1 day courses
Developing your skills; courses and qualifications
Networking, informational interviews and work shadowing
Job Searching
Building your confidence
Interviews
Working with others and being part of a team

Employability – sector specific

Health and Social Care
Level 1 – Get that Job in health and social care

Support Work in Schools
Level 1 – Get that Job – Teaching support assistant

What you can do next

All learners who attend the “all sector” employability courses can progress onto the
“sector specific” courses in Health and Social care and Support Work in Schools.

Call 01273 422 632 or email Donna Keenan on d.keenan@aal.org.uk.

Employability courses at AAL

Key benefits

  • Free training subject to eligibility.
  • Maximising job prospects.
  • Access to expert tutors with extensive experience of supporting students into the world of work.
  • Students will gain practical tips, improved self-confidence, motivation and employability skills.
  • You will receive help to showcase your talents and deal with gaps in your CV or a lack of work experience.
  • Practical tips and advice on job searching, using social media to assist with finding roles and filling out online applications.

Why learn with AAL?

At Aldridge Adult Learning, we place teaching, learning and the support of our students at the heart of everything we do. We ensure a friendly, supportive environment which helps you to achieve.

We have high achievement rates: 89% in 2019-20

“I am so grateful for the support I received from my tutor on this course, the mock interview really helped improve my confidence and provided me with helpful advice in preparation for the real thing. Two weeks after the course I had an interview for a role and I am now working as a learning support apprentice in a school.”
AAL student
Employability
“I got so much from this course, it helped me to see what type of jobs I would like to do, it helped focus my mind as I was not really sure what type of work I wanted to do. The other students on the course were a great bunch and we still keep in touch now. I sent out my new CV which I created on the course and I am now working in a role I enjoy.”
AAL student
Employability

Call 01273 422 632 or email Donna Keenan on d.keenan@aal.org.uk.