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Workskills: Completing a job application form

Course aims

To introduce learners to the process of selecting suitable job opportunities and completing appropriate documentation to apply for these opportunities. In this unit you will select and apply for job vacancies that are right for you, your skills and interests and to understand how to present yourself in writing to potential employers for selection for interview.

Course length

20 guided learning hours at 2 hours per week.

Who is this course for?

BTEC Workskills suite of qualifications have been designed to offer learners a flexible programme of study to improve their understanding and application of employability skills. These qualifications have been developed to ensure that the knowledge, skills and understanding they provide are relevant, current and useful for learners and potential employers. Learners have the opportunity to follow a flexible course and achieve a nationally recognised Entry 3 vocationally-related qualification. On completion of one of these qualifications, learners have the opportunity to progress to related general and/or vocational qualifications, or employment in a particular vocational sector.

Will I gain any qualifications?

Yes - successful candidates will receive Pearson Workskills Entry 3 Qualification.

Do I need any prior knowledge, skills or qualifications?

No, however you do need a reasonable standard of English to write and communicate.

Course content

To achieve the qualification, you must complete:

  • Identify own skills and needs for job roles
  • Choose appropriate job roles that are suitable to fulfil needs through effective information handling
  • Produce a document in support of a job application that is appropriately presented

What Could This Course Lead To?

On completion of these qualifications’ learners may progress into employment or other Workskills unit or be studying this unit as part of a vocational course.

How Will I Learn?

  • Learning will take place online from your home using Birmingham Adult Education Services Virtual Learning Environment (VLE - Moodle) which is a secure online tool to support you with your studies.   It has been designed to complement teaching and offers a flexible addition to studying with us. Various other tools like Microsoft Teams & Padlet will be used to enhance teaching & learning.
  • You will be able to access resources, engage in online activities, study independently, and participate in group discussions with your teacher. You will record your own progress and have your work checked regularly throughout the course. You will be assessed by an online test for each of the units.
  • Once you are enrolled your teacher will provide you with an enrolment key and show you how to access the resource.

What materials or equipment will I need to provide?

You will need to have access at home to:

  • A laptop or a computer which is connected to the internet
  • Microsoft Office 2016 installed on your laptop
  • Notepad and pen – you will need to take notes during the online sessions and a folder to store hand-outs and completed exercises

What we require of you as a learner?

  • Regular attendance is essential for you to succeed
  • Work at home will need to be completed punctually and sent to your tutor for marking
  • You will need to ensure that you allow sufficient time for self-study and complete any homework set
  • You will be expected to complete all end of unit exams and complete the full course

Support if you are registered unemployed, looking for a job or a better job – Route to Work

As part of your programme of learning, we will support you to develop the skills you need to get a job or a better job, such as CV writing, application forms, interviews and working in a team.  Your tutor will discuss your individual learning and development needs to agree with you which of our Route to Work short courses will best suit your needs and enrol you on these modules.  

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At Birmingham Adult Education Service (BAES) we believe that learning is a lifelong journey - it is never too late to learn something new. When the time is right for you to develop new skills to achieve your personal goals or pursue a new career we are here to help.

The last few years have given us all the time to reflect and re-evaluate goals and aspirations for ourselves and our families. Many of us now have a desire to do things differently in both our work and everyday lives. Joining an adult education course will help empower you to make these changes happen.

Our new curriculum offer for this academic year provides choices for everyone, with innovative courses to help those from all communities get back into education and achieve their goals. There is plenty for you to choose from and we hope our courses will inspire you to build a brighter future.

Learning can be exciting, can help build confidence, help you make new friends and, most importantly, can be fun. Research also shows that taking up learning later in life has a positive effect on health and well-being. Enrol onto a course today and let learning be the catalyst to a new future for you, your family, or community!

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Bookings for initial assessments and enrolments have now started. Get in touch to find out more about our courses by emailing information@baes.ac.uk or calling our Information Line on 0121 303 4318.

IIgun Yusuf
Acting Assistant Director - Skills & Employability

Vacancies 2020

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