Who are 2 Counties Training?
We are part of Worcestershire County Council provision and offer Programmes of Study and Traineeships for:
- 16 to 18 year olds
- 19 to 24 year olds if you possess a valid Education Health Care Plan
- 15 year olds if you are Elected Home Educated
Programme of study
These are yearlong programmes which give young people on our programmes the opportunity to attend smaller Training Providers for more personalised development. You can gain qualifications and work experience, in an area of your choice, in a wide range of vocational areas, which include Hospitality and Catering, Construction, Visual Arts and much more. You will have the opportunity to develop your Maths and English skills on either Functional Skills courses or GCSE if appropriate. All our learners complete an Employability qualification to help you gain skills for the workplace.
We have Training Providers across the county providing work placements in a wide range of businesses including Motor Vehicles, Hair and Beauty and Catering etc. We fit in with your specific needs, so there is a lot available depending on where your interests lie.
Are you worried about cyberbullying and online harassment?
West Mercia Police are working with a number of charities, schools, care professionals, spokespeople and other partners to share information about cyberbullying and online harassment. More information for adults, parents and providers visit West Mercia Police - #Be Cyber Smart (opens in a new window).
Need further advice and support for your family?
For information on a range of issues for children, young people, families and adults, please visit Worcestershire County Council - Advice, care, health and support website (opens in a new window). You can also find support services and products that can help and events and activities in your local area.
Ofsted Further education and skills inspection report February 2019 (opens in a new window)
Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) prevention programmes 16 to 24 years are funded by the Education Skills Funding Agency.