If you are looking to start an Apprenticeship in Hairdressing we have a limited amount of salons still interviewing .. Contact us now for further details and interviews.
This two day course examines the documents needed in International Trade and pieces the jigsaw together, providing an understanding of What, Why, Where and When. We examine issues from both the Importer’s view and the Exporter’s view so both have an understanding of the complete process thus ensuring better understanding and hopefully trouble free contracts.
- The Export Office and skills required
- Preliminary checks
- Export licences
- Import Licences
- Freight Forwarders
- Dealing with an enquiry – sources of help and information
- Incoterms 2010
- Retention of Title
- The Invoice – information needed
- Customs Entry – NES – HMRC presentation
- Preparing for an audit – Evidence of Export
Cost: £99 plus VAT, per person
Date: Thursday 22nd October
Light buffet lunch is included
Refreshments are included
For further details and bookings please contact:
Carol Gill on 01482 611896 or email: email@example.com
If you are 16-18yrs old, Chamber Training (Humber) Ltd will aim to source you full-time employment with a local company which guarantees you a wage whilst you work towards the full achievement of your apprenticeship framework. There are no set enrolment dates as we accept applications throughout the year.
- WE will provide you with employment opportunities
- WE will send your CV to employers
- WE will arrange the interviews for you
- ONCE you become employed you will earn at least the National Minimum Wage for Apprentices at the current rate of £2.73 per hour (Oct 2014) increasing to full National Minimum Wage or a higher salary upon completion of your apprenticeship. (Increase due Oct 2015 new rate of £3.30 per hour)
- Your Career starts HERE!
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Are you going to the match? Check out our new big screen video at KC STADIUM during the match! Give us a mention by dropping us a tweet with the image @CTHLTraining … Enjoy the game!
The Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister have announced that the National Minimum Wage for apprentices will increase by 57p an hour to £3.30. This is the largest ever increase in the National Minimum Wage for apprentices and will halve the gap with the National Minimum Wage rate for 16 to 17 year olds, which will be £3.87 an hour from October 2015.
Did your child complete year 11 in 2014 or are they due to complete this year? They are now required to continue in … EDUCATION or TRAINING until they are 18.
They may have opted for Sixth Form or College and decided it is not what they were expecting?
We can offer your son or daughter employment opportunities with a local company through the Apprenticeship route where they can ..
- Gain a Qualification
- Earn a Wage
- Secure a Career
We have JOBS WAITING NOW …
Rachel Mendham, Head of Training, was delighted with the result of our Ofsted inspection in January and has paid tribute to the hard work of her staff. “My team do an excellent job and it’s great to see them being commended for all their dedication and the support they give to our learners. It’s also nice to hear our relationships with local employers has been recognised and our recent investment in the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning provision has paid off”.
The Ofsted report says:
- A high proportion of apprentices and learners make good progress and achieve well, leading to sustained employment and positions of responsibility in their workplaces.
- Apprentices and learners gain good vocational, personal and social skills; they value the importance of these for their future working life and progression opportunities.
- The quality of teaching, learning and assessment is good.
- Staff provide good information, advice and guidance, and support apprentices and learners particularly well; as a result, they are employed in good workplaces which meet their aspirations and a good proportion progress to further or higher-level training when they complete their course.
- Leaders and managers work closely with, and respond well to the priorities of local partners including the Local Enterprise Partnership, local councils and employers to establish a curriculum that meets the existing and emerging skills development needs for the Humber area well.
Chamber Chief Executive Dr Ian Kelly welcomed the report, saying: “Rachel and her team work very hard and are doing a great job for the Chamber and the local area. This excellent report from Ofsted is testament to their dedication and the results really do speak for themselves”.
Did you leave school in 2014 and wondering what to do next? Maybe you tried Sixth Form or College and have decided it is not for you? or are you due to leave school this year?
We will be attending the following venues to provide information about job opportunities available through the apprenticeship route. Come along to have a chat with us .. We will book you in for an interview the same day!!
Monday 9th March – Princes Quay Shopping Centre Wednesday 11th March – St Stephens Shopping Centre
If you are a student at Wyke College? We are attending on Thursday 12th March