Posts Tagged 'Barton upon Humber'

Are you interested in Advanced and Higher Apprenticeships?

Why not come along to Baysgarth School on Wednesday 14th March (7-9pm) and find out how you can plan your career pathway by engaging in a local Apprenticeship.

For further details on the event, check out our facebook page here.



National Apprenticeship Week

New Year, New Start!

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Partnership Working is the way forward…

Following government decisions in relation to departmental responsibilities,
Apprenticeship funding streams have been rationalised to provide a smaller
management base for the Skills Agency Contract Managers.  Small companies such as ours have been required to enter a new era in terms of contract management and to this end we are pleased to announce that we have chosen to form a Partnership with Chamber Training (Humber) Ltd.  Our decision to do this is based upon the quality, credibility and sustainability of Chamber Training and an excellent working relationship already in place.

As an Employer (or learner) you will experience no change in current practices and delivery however, The Skills Funding Agency will continue to seek your opinion through the Framework for Excellence surveys and our Recruitment Manager will guide you through this process if necessary.

We feel that the Partnership with Chamber Training will provide a solid platform for moving forward and delivering quality training across the Humber sub region and we hope we can enjoy the continued support of you – our valued Employers.

Apprenticeships – We’re with the programme!

Have you got stars in your eyes?  The National Apprenticeship Service is looking for Apprentices who would like a moment of fame.

We are looking for Apprentices who would like to feature in a film we are making to celebrate Apprenticeships.  The film will be shown at National Apprenticeship Service events and on the website.

This is a great opportunity for you to present yourself and your employer to a vast audience.  In order to participate all you have to do is film yourself, answering some easy questions.  Yes, it really is that simple!

So if you think you’ve got what it takes visit the Apprenticeship website here to view the brief in detail.  All films need to be submitted by Friday 26 August. Come on be part of the programme!

Date for the diary:
National Apprenticeship Week
6 – 10 February 2012

Latest News: SouthBank Training Ltd Open Events

SouthBank Training Limited would like to invite you to attend an ‘Open Event’ at one of our training centres where professionally qualified and experienced staff will be on hand to offer advice and guidance on an appropriate course of study.

If you are 16-18 years old and unsure about your future, visit us at one of our training centres and find out what is on offer.

You can view the vocational curriculum, look at the occupational areas available and talk to tutors and assessors.  Some of our existing apprentices and learners will also be on hand to share their experiences with you.

  • The Scunthorpe Centre Open Event will be held on Tuesday 28th June 2011 at 4pm – 8pm.
  • The Barton Centre Open Event will be held on Wednesday 29th June 2011 at 4pm – 8pm.

For directions on how to find us click here

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SouthBank Training Champion Road Safety Awareness

SouthBank Training Ltd learners relish in the opportunity to undertake road safety awareness training at the RTC Training Centre in conjunction with BDV Group ltd and Humberside Fire and Rescue.

The Road Safety training course took place in Flixborough on the 24th November 2010 and saw 16 Foundation Learners take an informative journey through the practical and theoretical aspects of Road Safety.  Topics included first aid, health and safety, air bag demonstrations, the firefighter’s story and extraction techniques. The participating learners developed a greater understanding of road traffic safety and enjoyed the experiences and skills they developed during the course.

I really enjoyed the day.  I especially enjoyed the practical side to the day, getting into the uniform and cutting up cars and using all the specialist equipment.
I learnt a lot of new things, like how to save someone’s life if they weren’t breathing, how to do CPR and how to put a person in the recovery position whilst waiting for help.  I learnt all about road safety and the effects of road accidents.  After yesterday I may be interested in a job in this area.
Jade Ellis, SBT Barton

Barton SouthBank Training and also Scunthorpe Training centre all got together and had loads of fun.  I enjoyed it loads, it was a great experience and I am so glad I took part.
I would love to do something like that again.  I got on really well with the Scunthorpe people and we all enjoyed spending time with each other and we worked as a team.
The videos hit me and made me understand why people should wear seatbelts and not texting or be on your phone and also DRIVE carefully.
A big thank you to the people who invited us.
Jade Melbourne, SBT Barton

The SouthBank Training Ltd Foundation Learners continued to praise the tutors and organisations involved in the Road Safety training event as they developed their team working skills and understanding of the dangers on the road.

My favourite part of the day was cutting up the car and learning how to free people in different scenarios.  I am grateful to the police officer and Jo, because of them I know how to give CPR and put someone in the recovery position in case someone stops breathing.  It’s made me think more about road safety and how it can affect people mentally and physically.  If I can do the day course again, I would definitely do it one hundred times more, because I had so much fun meeting people and learning new things.
Lerrinda Simpson, SBT Barton

I enjoyed the RTC Training Day yesterday, it was very helpful and interesting.  There was lots of things I had learned whilst I was there, the main one was how to put a person that has had an accident or is unconscious into a recovery position.  The best bit I liked about yesterday was when we had to rescue someone from the car, for example; cut the roof off the car, take all the doors off and smash the windows, but making sure that the person in the car was safe.  I would love to do this course again!

We would like to thank Humberside Police, Humberside Fire and Rescue and BDV Group Ltd for making us feel welcome and delivering an excellent course.

Contact Us:

SouthBank Training Ltd

101-103 Frodingham Road


North Lincolnshire

DN15 7JU

Tel: 01724 279800

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