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In its May 2014 report, Ofsted draws attention to our “supporting, approachable and caring staff” and also to our “well motivated” learners who “apply themselves enthusiastically to their learning”. The report describes the support we give to learners as “excellent” and refers to our “excellent partnerships with a wide range of education and training providers, employers, local organisations and other charities that benefit learners”. The report also cites our “very strong ethos of trust in the ability of young people".

We aim to enable people to achieve their potential in life and play a full part in society, regardless of their past experiences or present circumstances. Operating from centres in Derby, Chesterfield and Ilkeston, we deliver effective training programmes and work-based learning opportunities to people of all abilities, ages and backgrounds.

We pride ourselves on our personal approach, assessing each individual and tailoring the programmes to suit their needs. Our staff are dedicated to providing high levels of support, guidance and commitment to those enrolled on our programmes to ensure that each and every participant achieves their full potential.

Click on any of the programme titles below for more information. Click here to apply for any programme online.

We are a member of the Derbyshire Network. Click on the logo for more information.

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Click here for our Learning and Development Equality and Diversity statement

YMCA Derbyshire is committed to equality of opportunity for all. We encourage full participation in our learning and development programmes for everyone, and in particular those with disabilities. To help us achieve this please make sure that you let us know what you need so we can make reasonable adjustments to help you succeed.

YMCA Derbyshire also aims to create an environment in which all people, including both learners and members of staff, treat each other with mutual respect – regardless of age, disability, family responsibility, marital status, race, colour, ethnicity, nationality, religion or belief, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or unrelated criminal convictions.

 


Current programmes in Derby

Innovate Programme                                                                                                                                                                         Click for more details

This programme is for 16-19 year olds who are not currently in Education, training or employment The programme is designed to help you get into Education, training or employment by helping you focus on employability skills or develop English and maths skills which are essential for your future development. You can either progress onto one of our own programmes or we will support you to try and find a course or employment which is suitable for you.

Where is it held?
The programme will be run at YMCA Derbyshire’s centre on Forman Street in Derby: Unit 1, The Old Maltings, Forman Street, Derby DE1 1JQ

What about expenses?
Travel expenses are reimbursed. In addition, all books, folders, pens and paper are supplied.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01332 364128
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

The Study Programme in Professional Cookery and Hospitality                                                                Click for more details

Hospitality and Catering learnerWhat is this programme?
This is a 34 week programme for those aged 16-18 run by YMCA Derbyshire’s Learning and Development Service. You will be working towards either the City and Guilds Certificate in Hospitality and Catering or the City and Guilds Certificate in Professional Cookery. You will also complete your Level 2 Food safety.

What’s in it for me?
This programme allows you to gain skills in hospitality, catering and professional cookery and gives you the foundation to carry on to progress in industry with wide reaching opportunities. It also encourages personal development and leads to qualifications that open the door for you to progress to the next level.

You will spend part of your course at our Campus for Learning and Development and part working in our training restaurant and kitchen which serves fresh meals every day to our restaurant clients.

You’ll spend a total of there days a week in learning studying Hospitality and Catering, Professional Cookery, Employability and Personal Development and maths and English. You will also have the opportunity to participate in special events to further develop your skills and work opportunities.

This programme is structured and planned with your future career plans in mind. The breadth of knowledge you will acquire, the City and Guilds qualification and the real work environment that you will experience will all give you a great springboard to pursue your chosen path.

How do I find out more?
Telephone us on 01332 579573 or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

The Study Programme in Employability for those with English as a Second Language       Click for more details

LearnerWhat is this programme?
This is a full-time programme for young people aged 16-18 and includes language support in all classes.

It aims to develop the language skills of young people who don’t have English as a first language as well as give them recognised City and Guilds qualifications in:
• Employability Skills
• Vocational knowledge
• English
• Maths
• ICT

All learners will also have the opportunity to gain work experience to further enhance ~their employment opportunities

How do I find out more?
For more information or to arrange an interview, call us on 01332 364128
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

The Study Programme in Travel and Tourism                                                                                                           Click for more details

Leisure and Tourism

What is this programme?
This is a 34-week programme for those aged 16 to 18 (or 16 to 24 in certain cases) run by YMCA Derbyshire’s Learning and Development Service. You will be working towards the City and Guilds Level 1 Certificate.

What’s in it for me?
The programme will equip you with a wide range of career-focused skills, and you’ll also develop key functional skills including English, maths and IT.

You’ll benefit from one-to-one support, small class sizes and useful work experience. What’s more, at the end of the programme you’ll have gained real qualifications that can give you the edge in the job market.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is run three days a week at YMCA Derbyshire’s centre on Forman Street in Derby City Centre.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01332 364128 or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk.

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

Passport Plus: Springboard to Employment and Independent Living                                                  Click for more details

IndependenceWho is this programme for?
This programme may be for you if you’re aged 19 plus and in receipt of benefits
and requiring a level one programme of study. (Restrictions may apply.)

What’s in it for me?
You’ll be working towards an Aim Awards Entry 3 Progression Award or Certificate and Level 1.

Throughout the programme you will be given the opportunity to develop skills attractive to employers – including in team work, communication skills and staying healthy. You will also benefit from access to a computer suite to help you with tasks required for the Employment Module in preparation for work such as job searching, writing your CV, research and preparing for recruitment interviews.

You will also receive help with tasks required for the Independent Living
Module
in preparation for having your own tenancy, including developing
money management skills and accessing online health information.

You will be given opportunity to complete project work and activities demonstrating
your ability to plan and carry out individual responsibilities. What is more, you will
receive a Derby City Recreational Pass giving you access to free activities for you
to keep on completion of the programme.

What does it involve?
The programme requires you to attend a guidance session prior to being offered a
start in order to assess your suitability and to identify your individual learning aims.

During the short programme of between four and 10 weeks you’ll spend three days
a week at our modern and well-equipped Campus for Learning and Development
where you will take part in informal style workshops and attend weekly tutorial
sessions. This will allow you to build up a portfolio of evidence, gain skills relevant
to employment or independent living and demonstrate your skills practically.

The format of the programme also encourages progression and personal
development and leads to an accreditation that can open the door for you to
progress immediately to the Certificate.

What will I learn?
The Programme has two modules, one focused on gaining employment and
one focused on moving into independent living.

Units you will study across both modules may include:

• Using Teamwork Skills
• Participating in Leisure Activities
• Developing Group and Teamwork Communication Skills
• Developing Skills for Independent Life
• Developing Own Interpersonal Skills

Units you may also study if you take the employability module include:

• Preparation for Work
• Preparing for a Recruitment Interview

Units you may also study if you take the independent living module include:

• Healthy Living
• Personal Budgeting and Money Management
• Independent Shopping for Household Items

Learners entered for the Progression Award will focus on one of the two
modules offered and be required to complete two units. Those demonstrating
commitment and the ability to progress may be offered a place on the Certificate
and will be required to complete both modules and seven units in total. These
units will be identified in individual learning plans, depending on the basis for
referral to the programme and following discussion in tutorial sessions.

What else should I know?
This programme is structured with regular start dates and planned with your
future work and independent living plans in mind. The range of knowledge and
experiences you will acquire, the Aim Awards Accreditation and Progression
Award/Certificate Qualification will all give you a great springboard to pursue
your chosen path.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is run three days a week at YMCA Derbyshire’s flagship
Campus for Learning and Development: 770 London Road, Wilmorton,
Derby DE24 8UT.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01332 579573
or email passport@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

English and Maths for Adults                                                                                                                                                  Click for more details

IndependenceWho is this programme for?
Do you struggle with basic maths or some aspects of reading and writing? This free programme may be for you if you’re aged 19 or over, working or volunteering for more than 8 hours per week and lack a Level 2 qualification (GCSE level) in Maths and/or English.

What’s in it for me?
The programme is tailored to your needs. We'll work with you to improve your proficiency in maths, basic arithmetic, reading and writing to help you move on in the workplace. We'll help you feel more confident, budget more effectively and achieve the employer-recognised benchmark of GCSE grace C or above in these vital skills.

What else should I know?
If you work in a company that has fewer than 240 employees, we'll even pay your
company for the time you're away from work on this programme!

The programme is FREE, and is run by YMCA Derbyshire on behalf of Pera
Training, with funding from the Skills Funding Agency.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is offered at flexible times to suit you at YMCA Derbyshire’s
flagship Campus for Learning and Development: 770 London Road, Wilmorton,
Derby DE24 8UT.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01332 579573
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

Teacher training programmes                                                                                                                                                    Click for more details

Teacher trainingWhich programmes do we offer?
We offer four teacher training programmes: the City & Guilds TAQA programme, the City & Guilds Award in Education and Training and the City & Guilds Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training, City & Guilds Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools.

What's coming up?
Our next City & Guilds Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training starts on 14th October 2014. It will run on Tuesday evenings from 5.30pm to 7.30pm and last for 18 weeks.

Our next City & Guilds Award in Education and Training starts on November 27th 2014. It will run on Thursday evenings from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

Our next City & Guilds TAQA programme starts on November 27th 2014. It will run on Thursday evenings from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

Our next Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools starts on January 6th on Mondays from 10am to 2.30pm for 8 weeks in Derby.

Why not complete TAQA in two days?
We offer intensive two-day City & Guilds TAQA courses for assessors or those wishing to become assessors. The next course will run on Monday 20th October and Monday 27th October at the Campus in Derby. Contact us for
more details.

How are the programmes taught?
The programmes are run in the modern and comfortable surroundings of The Campus for Learning and Development in Derby.

The programmes provide the ideal springboard into further training to become a qualified teacher. So, if you would like to be able to share your skills and knowledge with young people and adults but have not yet completed your City and Guilds Award in Education and Training (previously known as PTLLS), contact us today!

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01332 579573
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

Bespoke training courses for business                                                                                                                          Click for more details

Bespoke trainingWhich accredited programmes do we offer?
We provide bespoke short training courses for business in areas including Level 1 and Level 2 CIEH (Health & Safety), Food Safety (Levels 1, 2 and 3), and COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) at Level 2. Contact us for information on additional course topics, e.g. Level 2 Manual Handling and Level 2 Cleaning in Food Premises.

Where are the programmes run?
The programmes are run either at our flagship Campus for Learning and Development in Wilmorton, Derby, or at Forman Street in Derby City Centre
or your own business premises.

Who teaches the programmes?
We have a group of highly experienced professional tutors with expertise in a number of areas who can structure their programmes to meet your specific needs.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01332 364128
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to request information on our bespoke programmes now.

 

Current programmes in Chesterfield

The Study Programme in Retail and Customer Service                                                                                  Click for more details  

Retail learnerWhat is this programme?
YMCA Derbyshire’s Study Programme in Retail and Customer Service is a free 34-week course for those aged 16 to 18 leading to Level 1 Certificates in Retail Knowledge and Customer Service from City & Guilds. It is delivered over three days a week and will equip you with a wide range of career-focused skills.

What will I learn?
The programme includes modules in understanding customer service, Health & Safety, understanding selling, stock handling, retail consumer law and planning for progression. There is also a three-week work placement to give you real, practical on-the-job experience.

In addition you will develop employability and personal development skills and learn vital functional skills – including English, Maths and IT. You’ll benefit from one-to-one support, small class sizes and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. You can
claim for a bursary, bus fares are paid and resources are supplied. What’s more, at
the end of the programme you will gain accredited qualifications that can give you
the edge in today’s competitive job market and an ideal platform for further training.

What about expenses?
You can apply for funding to meet childcare costs and travel expenses are
reimbursed. In addition, all books, folders, pens and paper are supplied.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is run over three days a week at YMCA Derbyshire’s
centre at Field House on Dock Walk in Wheatbridge, just over half a mile from
Chesterfield town centre.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Chesterfield centre on 01246 564920 or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

English and Maths for Adults                                                                                                                                                Click for more details  

IndependenceWho is this programme for?
Do you struggle with basic maths or some aspects of reading and writing? This free programme may be for you if you’re aged 19 or over, working or volunteering for more than 8 hours per week and lack a Level 2 qualification (GCSE level) in Maths and/or English.

What’s in it for me?
The programme is tailored to your needs. We'll work with you to improve your proficiency in maths, basic arithmetic, reading and writing to help you move on in the workplace. We'll help you feel more confident, budget more effectively and achieve the employer-recognised benchmark of GCSE grace C or above in these vital skills.

What else should I know?
If you work in a company that has fewer than 240 employees, we'll even pay your
company for the time you're away from work on this programme!

The programme is FREE, and is run by YMCA Derbyshire on behalf of Pera
Training, with funding from the Skills Funding Agency.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is offered at flexible times to suit you at YMCA Derbyshire’s
centre in Chesterfield: Field House, Dock Walk, Wheatbridge,
Chesterfield S40 2AB.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01246 564920
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

Bespoke training courses for business                                                                                                                         Click for more details

Bespoke trainingWhich accredited programmes do we offer?
We provide bespoke short training courses for business in areas including Level 1 and Level 2 CIEH (Health & Safety), Food Safety (Levels 1, 2 and 3), and COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) at Level 2. Contact us for information on additional course topics, e.g. Level 2 Manual Handling and Level 2 Cleaning in Food Premises.

Where are the programmes run?
The programmes are run at our Chesterfield centre at Field House, Dock Walk, Wheatbridge, Chesterfield S40 2AB.

Who teaches the programmes?
We have a group of highly experienced professional tutors with expertise in a number of areas who can structure their programmes to meet your specific needs.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre in Chesterfield on 01246 564920
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk



Teacher training programmes                                                                                                                                                   Click for more details

Teacher trainingWhich programmes do we offer?
We offer three teacher training programmes: the City & Guilds TAQA programme, the City & Guilds Award in Education and Training and the City & Guilds Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training.

What's coming up?
Our new City & Guilds Award in Education and Training starts in Chesterfield on 12th November 2014 and will run on Wednesday mornings. Contact us for more details.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01332 579573
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

 

Current programmes in Ilkeston

Innovate Programme                                                                                                                                                                         Click for more details

This programme is for 16-19 year olds who are not currently in Education, training or employment The programme is designed to help you get into Education, training or employment by helping you focus on employability skills or develop English and maths skills which are essential for your future development. You can either progress onto one of our own programmes or we will support you to try and find a course or employment which is suitable for you.

Where is it held?
The programme will be run at YMCA Derbyshire’s centre on Coronation Street in Ilkeston: Rosscarbery House, 4 Coronation St, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5QH

What about expenses?
Travel expenses are reimbursed. In addition, all books, folders, pens and paper are supplied.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01159 443226
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

English and Maths for Adults                                                                                                                                                Click for more details  

IndependenceWho is this programme for?
Do you struggle with basic maths or some aspects of reading and writing? This free programme may be for you if you’re aged 19 or over, working or volunteering for more than 8 hours per week and lack a Level 2 qualification (GCSE level) in Maths and/or English.

What’s in it for me?
The programme is tailored to your needs. We'll work with you to improve your proficiency in maths, basic arithmetic, reading and writing to help you move on in the workplace. We'll help you feel more confident, budget more effectively and achieve the employer-recognised benchmark of GCSE grace C or above in these vital skills.

What else should I know?
If you work in a company that has fewer than 240 employees, we'll even pay your
company for the time you're away from work on this programme!

The programme is FREE, and is run by YMCA Derbyshire on behalf of Pera
Training, with funding from the Skills Funding Agency.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is offered at flexible times to suit you at YMCA Derbyshire’s centre on Coronatiion Street in Ilkeston: Rosscarbery House,
4 Coronation St, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5QH

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01159 443226
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

The Study Programme in the Caring Professions                                                                                                  Click for more details  

Ilkston childcare learnersWhat is this programme?
YMCA Derbyshire’s Study Programme in the Caring Professions is a free
34-week course for those aged 16 to 18 leading to a Level 1 Diploma from City & Guilds. It is delivered over two and a half days a week and will equip you with a wide range of career-focused skills in Health & Social Care and children’s & young people’s settings.

What will I learn?
The programme includes modules in safeguarding, an introduction to mental
health, caring for babies and young children and awareness of the range of caring services. There is also a three-week work placement to give you real, practical on-the-job experience.

You will also develop vital functional skills during the programme – including
English, Maths and IT – and you’ll benefit from one-to-one support, small class
sizes and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. You can claim for a bursary, bus
fares are paid and resources are supplied. What’s more, at the end of the
programme you will gain accredited qualifications that can give you the edge in
today’s competitive job market and an ideal platform for further training.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is run over two and a half days a week at YMCA Derbyshire’s
centre on Coronatiion Street in Ilkeston: Rosscarbery House, 4 Coronation St,
Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5QH

What about expenses?
You can apply for funding to meet childcare costs and travel expenses are
reimbursed. In addition, all books, folders, pens and paper are supplied.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Ilkeston centre on 01159 443226 or email
learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.


The Study Programme in Hospitality and Catering                                                                                            Click for more details  

Catering learnerWhat is this programme?
YMCA Derbyshire’s Study Programme in Hospitality and Catering is a free 34-week course for those aged 16 to 18 leading to Level 1 Diplomas from City & Guilds in both the Hospitality Industry and Employability and Personal Development. It is delivered over three days a week and will equip you with a wide range of career-focused skills.

What will I learn?
You will spend two a half days a week studying employability and personal development – including modules in rights and responsibilities in the workplace, Health & Safety and interview techniques – plus a half day developing skills in basic cooking, basic food preparation and serving food and drink. There is also a three-week work placement to give you real, practical on-the-job experience.

In addition you will learn vital functional skills – including English, Maths and IT – and you’ll benefit from one-to-one support, small class sizes and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. You can claim for a bursary, bus fares are paid and resources are supplied. What’s more, at the end of the programme you will gain accredited qualifications that can give you the edge in today’s competitive job market and a platform for further training.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is run over two and a half days a week at YMCA Derbyshire’s centre on Coronatiion Street in Ilkeston: Rosscarbery House,
4 Coronation St, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5QH

What about expenses?
You can apply for funding to meet childcare costs and travel expenses are
reimbursed. In addition, all books, folders, pens and paper are supplied.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Ilkeston centre on 01159 443226 or email
learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

The Study Programme in Retail and Customer Service                                                                                  Click for more details  

Retail learnerWhat is this programme?
YMCA Derbyshire’s Study Programme in Retail and Customer Service is a free 34-week course for those aged 16 to 18 leading to Level 1 Certificates in Retail Knowledge and Customer Service from City & Guilds. It is delivered over three days a week and will equip you with a wide range of career-focused skills.

What will I learn?
The programme includes modules in understanding customer service, Health & Safety, understanding selling, stock handling, retail consumer law and planning for progression. There is also a three-week work placement to give you real, practical on-the-job experience.

In addition you will develop employability and personal development skills and learn vital functional skills – including English, Maths and IT. You’ll benefit from one-to-one support, small class sizes and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. You can
claim for a bursary, bus fares are paid and resources are supplied. What’s more, at
the end of the programme you will gain accredited qualifications that can give you
the edge in today’s competitive job market and an ideal platform for further training.

What about expenses?
You can apply for funding to meet childcare costs and travel expenses are
reimbursed. In addition, all books, folders, pens and paper are supplied.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is run over three days a week at YMCA Derbyshire’s
centre on Coronatiion Street in Ilkeston: Rosscarbery House, 4 Coronation St,
Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5QH

How do I find out more?
Ring our Ilkeston centre on 01159 443226 or email
learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

The Study Programme in Employability and Personal Development                                                    Click for more details  

Learners in IlkestonWhat is this programme?
YMCA Derbyshire’s Study Programme in Employability and Personal Development
is a free 34-week course for those aged 16 to 18 leading to an Entry Level 3 Diploma from City & Guilds. It is delivered over two and a half days a week and will equip you with a range of career-focused skills.

What will I learn?
The programme includes modules in the skills, qualities and attributes needed for learning and work, rights and responsibilities in the workplace, how to apply for
jobs, interview techniques, budgeting, drug and alcohol awareness, and Health & Safety in the workplace. There is also a three-week work placement to give you
real, practical on-the-job experience.

In addition you will learn vital functional skills – including English, Maths and IT – and you’ll benefit from one-to-one support, small class sizes and a relaxed and
friendly atmosphere. You can claim for a bursary, bus fares are paid and resources
are supplied. What’s more, at the end of the programme you will gain accredited
qualifications that can give you the edge in today’s competitive job market and an
ideal platform for further training.

What about expenses?
You can apply for funding to meet childcare costs and travel expenses are
reimbursed. In addition, all books, folders, pens and paper are supplied.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is run over two and a half days a week at YMCA Derbyshire’s
centre on Coronatiion Street in Ilkeston: Rosscarbery House, 4 Coronation St,
Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5QH

How do I find out more?
Ring our Ilkeston centre on 01159 443226 or email
learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

The Study Programme in Travel and Tourism                                                                                                       Click for more details

Leisure and Tourism

What is this programme?
This is a 34-week programme for those aged 16 to 18 (or 16 to 24 in certain cases) run by YMCA Derbyshire’s Learning and Development Service. You will be working towards the City and Guilds Level 1 Certificate.

What’s in it for me?
The programme will equip you with a wide range of career-focused skills, and you’ll also develop key functional skills including English, maths and IT.

You’ll benefit from one-to-one support, small class sizes and useful work experience. What’s more, at the end of the programme you’ll have gained real qualifications that can give you the edge in the job market.

Where and when is it held?
The programme is run three days a week at YMCA Derbyshire’s centre on Coronation Street in Ilkeston town centre.

How do I find out more?
Ring our Learning and Development Centre on 01159 443226 or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk.

Click here to apply online for a place on this programme now.

Bespoke training courses for business                                                                                                                          Click for more details

Bespoke trainingWhich accredited programmes do we offer?
We provide bespoke short training courses for business in areas including Level 1 and Level 2 CIEH (Health & Safety), Food Safety (Levels 1, 2 and 3), and COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) at Level 2. Contact us for information on additional course topics, e.g. Level 2 Manual Handling and Level 2 Cleaning in Food Premises.

Where are the programmes run?
The programmes are run either at our centre on Coronation Street in Ilkeston town centre or at your own business premises.

Who teaches the programmes?
We have a group of highly experienced professional tutors with expertise in a number of areas who can structure their programmes to meet your specific needs.

How do I find out more?
For further details, please contact our Ilkeston centre on 01159 443226
or email learning@ymcaderbyshire.org.uk



 

Locations of our centres:

Derby:

• The Campus, 770 London Road, Derby DE24 8UT – click here for a map

• Unit 1, The Old Maltings, Forman Street, Derby DE1 1JQ
click here for a map


Chesterfield:

Field House, Dock Walk, Wheatbridge, Chesterfield S40 2AB click here for a map


Ilkeston:

Rosscarbery House, 4 Coronation Street, Ilkeston DE7 5QH click here for a map

Parking is available near our centre in Ilkeston at the pay and display car park in Queen St, DE7 5GT. It takes about five minutes to walk from there to Rosscarbery House.

 

To learn more about our programmes and how you could benefit, please email us

 

 

 

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