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TalentMatch @LEC

‘TalentMatch’, is a programme funded by the Big Lottery to tackle unemployment faced by 18-24 year olds identified as being furthest away from employment in England.

 
 
 

 

English and Maths Functional Skills Delivery

We deliver weekly sessions, to a maximum of six learners at the following locations:

 

Mondays 9.30-12:

CHESS centre (Camp Hill, Nuneaton)
Rugby/Leamington/Stratfrd-upon-Avon when numbers established
 

Mondays 1-3.30:

- Hatters Space (Nuneaton)
- Bedworth when group numbers established
 

Thursdays 9.30-12:

- Ratcliffe Centre (Atherstone)
- Individual Learner 1-2-1s
 

Thursdays 1-3.30:

- The LEC (213, Walsgrave Road, Coventry CV2 4HH)
 
 
On average, learners engage in delivery for a maximum of 12 weeks, attendance is shown in the table below in italics. However, some learners may be ready to sit exams before this time and others wish to engage longer...
 
ALL EXAMS ARE TAKEN AT THE LEC
(Learners that miss an exam will be required to provide formal documentation explaining their absence)

 

 

TalentMatch Course Referrals

Please contact talentmatch@wcava.org.uk to make a referral. We currently have the availablity shown in the table below. This table is updated at the end of every Monday and Thursday delivery day, including the waiting list.

Should a learner miss three weeks of delivery, they will be moved to the next space on the waiting list.

 

The referral process is as follows:

  1. Referral partners email us to request a 'BksB' login as they believe they have a learner ready to engage in developing their English and Maths skills;
  2. Learners complete the online BksB English and Maths initial and diagnostic assessments with the referral partner (we will provide login details), or, learners can complete at the delivery centre;
  3. Referral partners arrange to visit the next available session to bring their learner and let us know their English and Maths BksB diagnostic levels and percentages;
  4. Learners visit at the very beginning of the session with their mentor and have a 2-2-1 conversation before the other learners arrive: previous learning, risks etc., progression intentions ("warm handover");
  5. Learners leave and return the following week to start their formal learning.

 

End of Course Progression

Where a learner sucessfully completes a formal exam (qualification), they will be most welcome to attend to complete the level above, if they achieve 60% on their BksB diagnostic at that new level and this will aid their end positive progression.

 

Current course availability

(updated Thursday 5th October 2017)

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