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Professional UK based recruitment and apprenticeship training provider. We have varied jobs for young people in business administration, customer service, childcare and ICT. Way to Work also provide bespoke employability skills training workshops, guidance and individually tailored workplace support programmes. Specialists in public sector youth employment strategy, recruitment, apprenticeships and traineeships, Way to Work are recognised as one of the UK's best centres for apprenticeship recruitment, guidance and training.

  Way to Work - Guidance, Recruitment & Apprenticeships

Unlike most other Training Providers, Way to Work do not make a profit out of Government funding, e.g. your taxes.  Every penny of our funding goes towards advising, training and supporting young people.

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Ofsted January 2016 - We are a 'GOOD' provider

Way to Work were recently inspected by Ofsted, and have maintained our good provider status.You can read our final inspection report here - Ofsted Report January 2016 or find the published report on the Ofsted website

"Apprentices receive excellent training support from the service’s staff and from their employers, who are particularly knowledgeable about their apprentices’ courses and what they need to do to succeed." - Ofsted 2016

"In pursuit of becoming an ‘outstanding’ provider, leaders, managers, staff and partners are clear about the improvement priorities for the service, and they have high expectations for themselves and their learners." - Ofsted 2016

"Outcomes for learners remain good overall and the successful completion of apprenticeships is very good." - Ofsted 2016

 

World of Work Roadshow

On 9 March, as part of National Careers week, Achieving for Children hosted the second annual careers event for young people aged 15-19. Watch the video to find out more.

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Traineeships Way to Work
  Way to Work is looking for you! 

Traineeships prepare young people for their future careers by helping them to become ‘work ready’. They provide the essential work preparation training, maths and English and work experience needed to get an Apprenticeship or other job. Way to Work is looking for young people to participate in our Traineeships programme. If you would like a fantastic work experience placement, gift voucher incentives and develop your work skills, call us now to discuss this unique opportunity. 0208 487 5383

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Way to Work Apprenticeships

 

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Employers: Develop your workforce with Way to Work

Way to Work provides a high quality recruitment service which helps employers recruit suitable young people who are willing to learn. We also provide high quality apprenticeships which develop work skills and prepare young people for career success.

Way to Work operates as part of Achieving for Children; a new community interest company providing children's services to the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and the Royal Borough of Kingston. Achieving for Children launched on 1 April 2014. The innovative company model of AfC will provide better social, educational and community outcomes for children in Richmond and Kingston.

Way to Work is approved and funded directly by the Skills Funding Agency to deliver Apprenticeships and Traineeships. Based in Twickenham, Middlesex, Way to Work cover West, South West, South and Central London.

Follow this link to read information about the Way to Work staff.

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Harpreet Apprenticeship Success!

Harpreet Singh

Congratulations to Apprentice Harpreet Singh, who has now completed his Advanced Apprenticeship in Customer Service with Achieving For Children.  Harpreet has worked extremely hard to achieve both his Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications over a 2 year period. He has worked for the Single Point of Access (SPA) team throughout his Apprenticeship and now works for them on a permanent basis.