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DB Training - Apprenticeship - Induction Presentation

  1. 1. Welcome to DB Trainingwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  2. 2.  Ice Breaker Activity Ice Breakerwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  3. 3.  Who are DB Training? An award winning training provider in the East of England providing a range of vocational training courses and apprenticeships Welcome to DB Trainingwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  4. 4. SUCCESS! Qualifications Off-Job Training Workshops On-Job Training & Experience What is an apprenticeship?www.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  5. 5. Competence Qualification Knowledge Qualification FULL FRAMEWORK Functional/Key Skills ERR & PLTS Apprenticeship Frameworkwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  6. 6. IT Application IT Specialist Professional Business Engineering Administration Supporting Teaching and Property Learning in Services Schools Maintenance Customer Operations Service (Construction) Apprenticeships offeredwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  7. 7. Rayleigh Centre Brook House 26 Brook Road Rayleigh Tel: (01268) 330660 Essex Fax: (01268) 330661 SS6 7XJ rayleigh@dbtraining.org.uk Chelmsford Centre London House 111 New London Road Chelmsford Tel: (01245) 850850 Essex Fax: (01245) 850851 CM2 0QL chelmsford@dbtraining.org.uk Colchester Centre 5 Mason Road Cowdray Centre Colchester Tel: (01206) 377877 Essex Fax: (01206) 377878 CO1 1BX colchester@dbtraining.org.uk Training Centreswww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  8. 8. Get to know your Training Facilities Kitchen & Fire Exits Signing In Training Building & Travel & Toilet & Muster & Room Smoking Parking Facilities Points Reception Facilities Please remember that we share facilities with other organisations so treat the building with respect Getting to know your training facilitieswww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  9. 9.  Basic skills initial assessments These are assessments which are conducted to give us an indication of your current English, Maths and ICT skills and whether this would impede your learning. It is NOT a test but simply an diagnostic assessment tool which will allow us to provide you with the necessary assistance through your programme. The results of these assessments will be recorded on your Learning Agreement. Initial assessmentswww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  10. 10. John Baker Managing Director David Baitrum Training Director Sarah Hamilton Head of Business Development Rob Parker Nicola Pittman Sue Pascazio Phil Davis Operations Manager Senior Centre Manager Curriculum Development Manager Lead Internal Quality Assurer Amy Robinson Sarah Checketts Laurie Clarke Deputy Centre Manager Deputy Centre Manager Deputy Centre Manager Management Teamwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  11. 11. Motiv8 Recruitment can assist all learners with the following: Sourcing Job seeking and Interview Full CV writing employers willing progression preparation service available to recruitment advice and training sessions to all learners apprentices guidance Support from Motiv8 Recruitmentwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  12. 12.  Hours of learning Training Centre Opening Hours Monday to Thursday - 9am to 5pm Friday - 9am to 4pm Functional/Key Skills Support Sessions Monday to Thursday - 9am to 10am Friday - 9am to 4pm  Attendance at sessions will be agreed between employers, assessors and centre management. Details should be entered on Learning Agreement. Hours of learningwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  13. 13.  Additional support Learners who require additional support with their learning or in the workplace should liaise with the Additional Learning Support Team. Please speak with: Vicky White or Kerry Hull Additional supportwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  14. 14.  All about your qualifications Qualification introductionwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  15. 15.  All about your NVQ/Diploma These are nationally recognised work-based awards that are achieved through assessment and training. They are competence based qualifications which mean you learn practical, work-based tasks designed to help you develop the skills and knowledge to do a job effectively. Qualification introductionwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  16. 16.  Qualification levels and equivalency Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 5 x GCSE 2 x A-Levels Foundation A*-C grades A*-C grades Degree Level 4 not currently available at DB Training Qualification introductionwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  17. 17.  Qualification levels and equivalency Level • Shows competence in a variety of work activities • Some complex and non-routine activities • Demonstrates an ability to work both alone and 2 in collaboration with others in different situations Level • Shows competence in a variety of mainly complex and non-routine work activities 3 • Can operate in differing situations, often while controlling or guiding others Qualification introductionwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  18. 18.  Who’s who in the assessment hierarchy •Review centre’s assessment and quality assurance processes External •Ensure standardisation across all centres Quality Assurer •Providing advice and guidance to centres •Guiding and supporting assessors and monitoring their practice Internal •Conduct formative and summative sampling of evidence Quality Assurer •Monitor learner records, progress and achievements •Set and review learning targets and plan assessment activities •Undertake assessment using a range of methods Assessor/ Trainer •Provide constructive feedback to learners and update records •Agree learning targets and work towards them •Be involved in the planning of activities Learner •Submit evidence for assessment Qualification introductionwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  19. 19.  Methods of assessment There are a number of ways in which evidence can be collected and assessed. Some of these methods are listed below: Personal Observation Questioning Assignments Statement Recognised Work Witness Prior Skills Test Product Testimony Learning Qualification introductionwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  20. 20.  Assessment in the workplace You will be visited by your assessor in the workplace to carry out planned assessment activities. This could include: - observation of working practice - questioning sessions - discussions - feedback sessions - progress reviews - action planning Qualification introductionwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  21. 21.  Appeals Procedure • Speak to your assessor Stage 1 • Speak to your Internal Quality Assurer Stage 2 • Write to the Training Director (David Baitrum) Stage 3 • Write to head office of awarding organisation Stage 4 Action: Read and sign Candidate Appeals Policy Qualification introductionwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  22. 22.  Guidelines Selection of mandatory and optional units Mixture of performance and knowledge criteria Work and evidence is kept within a portfolio Workbooks and assignments available to guide you through units Do NOT copy & paste from websites You MUST sign and date all work placed in your portfolio Qualification introductionwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  23. 23.  Finding work placements Things you can do to assist in finding a work placement Start approaching employers ASAP Look for job adverts in newspapers, online and with Motiv8 Recruitment Speak to Motiv8 for advice on sourcing placements and preparing CVs and interview techniques Assessors will visit you on-site in your placement and you attend a DB Training centre for training sessions Placement needs to be relevant and for a minimum of 30 hours each week. Finding work placementswww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  24. 24. Any questions?www.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  25. 25.  Off the job training A range of different training options are available to assist in your programme progression. This includes: - Sector specific, practical training workshops - E-learning packages - CV and interview training - Functional/Key skills workshops - Customer awareness workshops Off the job trainingwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  26. 26.  Functional/Key Skills training Key This helps you to: Skills Focus more closely on what you are learning so you can get better results Be flexible in whatever kind of work you do Develop skills valued by employers Organise yourself and overcome problems Get on with other people Off the job trainingwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  27. 27.  Functional/key skills training Key Maths/Application of Number English/Communication Skills ICT  Other wider key skills where applicable: Working with others Improving own learning and performance Problem solving  Portfolio and external assessment (test) requirements Off the job trainingwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  28. 28.  Relaxations If you hold a GCSE grade C or higher in Maths, English Language or ICT, you can be “relaxed” and will not need to do these but certificates or statement of results MUST be provided. These must NOT be “provisional”.  Proxies available: If you hold Certificates in Adult Literacy or Adult Numeracy level 1 or 2, these “proxy” the exam elements of Key Skills. Speak to your inductor for more information. Off the job trainingwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  29. 29. Health & Safety Recap  Where should we meet in the event of a fire?  Where do we exit the building in case of emergency?  Where and how do we sign in and out of the building?  Where are the first aid points?  Are there any fire alarm tests?  Where are the smoking areas?  Who is the Health & Safety officer? Health & Safetywww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  30. 30.  Sickness, absence and lateness If you are unable to attend for any reason or you are going to be late, you must call the training centre before 9am on each day. Your employer will be informed of any absence. General informationwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  31. 31.  Learner reviews All learners will be reviewed every 6-12 weeks depending on the length of your programme. This review will incorporate the views of your employer and will discuss your progress. This is your chance to discuss the finer points of the programme and raise any issues that you have. General informationwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  32. 32.  Training centre house rules Dress Code - Business wear only – shirts/blouses/ tops - No jeans/leggings – smart trousers/skirts only - No hats/hoodies - No trainers, pumps, plimsolls or vans “Dress for the job you want, not the one you have” General informationwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  33. 33.  Training centre house rules - Respect others and their property - No swearing in the training centre - No food or drinks in the training suites - Be punctual and work on time management - Phones & music devices must be switched off The internet must only be used for relevant purposes in accordance with the Internet Usage Policy. “Remember that we share our facilities with other businesses so treat the centre with respect” General informationwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  34. 34.  Information, Advice & Guidance (IAG) If you need any help with problems you may be having, in the workplace or away from work, or would just like some advice, we have trained IAG staff available to discuss or signpost you to where you can get help.  Speak with: Phil Davis John Baker Sarah Wortham Jennie Whyte General informationwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  35. 35.  Equality & diversity What is equality and diversity? DB Training has an equal opportunities policy that states that young people will be treated equally and fairly regardless of their sex, disability, race, religious belief, ethnic origin, sexuality, background and age. This includes the right to:  be treated equally  be listened to  an equal quality of support and help  confidentiality  make comments, suggestions and complaints in confidence and have these acted upon  make your own informed choices and decisions. General informationwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  36. 36.  Safeguarding What is safeguarding? DB Training has a safeguarding policy that details the processes and responsibilities which are in place. Name Position David Baitrum Nominated person for Safeguarding Terry Marriott Deputy nominated person for Safeguardingwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  37. 37.  Complaints procedure What to do if you feel you need to complain? There are many differences between people. This should not result in anyone being treated unfairly. But, unfortunately, this sometimes happens. It can happen in lots of situations including at work or while looking for work, in education and in training. If you feel you are not being treated as an equal you have the right to complain. The procedure for complaints is described below: Speak to Speak to Write to Write to the your your Deputy your Centre Training Assessor or Centre Manager Director Trainer Manager General informationwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  38. 38. Any questions?www.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  39. 39. Paperwork Read everything before you sign!!www.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  40. 40.  Learning styles assessment (VARK) This is an assessment to give an indication to the training centre staff as to your preferred learning style. This will be recorded on your Learning Agreement. Action: Complete and sign learning styles assessment. Paperworkwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  41. 41.  Learning Agreement This is an agreement made between you, your employer and DB Training as to each party’s responsibilities. It is also a personalised, flexible route map to guide each learner’s journey. It is a dynamic working document used by the learner and training staff to record learning goals, progress and achievements. Action: Read and sign Learning Agreement. Paperworkwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  42. 42.  Learner Charter This is a charter, outlining learner’s responsibilities to their training programme, that they have to agree to abide by when they join a programme. Action: Read and sign Learner Charter. Paperworkwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  43. 43.  Other paperwork  CV / Job Description  Valid Photo Identification  Any relevant certificates  ILR  ERR activity Action: Check and file above documents Paperworkwww.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
  44. 44. Congratulations on starting your apprenticeship!! We look forward to working with you The End!www.essexapprenticeships.co.uk ...your stepping stone to a brighter future
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