Our services Employment and skills development Skills2Achieve Skills2Achieve Do you need help to kick-start your future? If you are 16-19 years old and not in employment, education or training, our Skills2Achieve programme could help you with employment and skills, apprenticeships or re-entering education to build a career you want! Learning with Skills2Achieve for employment and skills is not like school and college. We don’t have term times so you can join us when you’re ready. It’s a much more relaxed atmosphere, so we can be flexible in how we teach you. We have smaller group sizes to give you the support that you need. All our centres have computers and IT facilities for your work, job hunting or CV writing. What could you achieve? English and Maths Qualifications Increased confidence and independence Employability skills such as CV writing and interview techniques Work experience Employment and skills A job An apprenticeship Further education "Without Skills2Achieve I would just be at home, not really doing much. Now, I have started an apprenticeship I have real career prospects.’’ Like the sound of Skills2Achieve? Contact us to start your future Where is Skills2Achieve based? We deliver Skills2Achieve in four centres across Hampshire: Basingstoke Southampton Portsmouth Eastleigh Head OfficeSkills2Achieve,Enham Place,Enham Alamein,Andover,SP11 6JSTelephone: 01264 345800Mobile: 07912 631235 Basingstoke Learning Centre Skills2Achieve,Unit 59,Kingsclere Road,Basingstoke,RG21 6XGTelephone: 01256 814362Mobile: 07545 503438 Eastleigh Learning CentreSkills2Achieve,The Learning Centre,The Cableworks,14 Annealing Close,Eastleigh,SO50 9PXTelephone: 0808 100 3134Mobile: 07590 227298 Portsmouth Learning CentreSkills2Achieve,Somerstown Community Centre,River's Street,Portsmouth,PO5 4EYMobile: 07734 909625 Southampton Learning CentreSkills2Achieve,1a Fairways House,Mount Pleasant Road,Southampton,SO14 0QBTelephone: 02380 211683 To kick start your future, contact us today! Your success awaits During 2016/17 Skills2Acheive supported 200 young people to achieve employment or progress in education with 79.5% of learners on the programme achieving qualification success. Additionally, 77% of learners progressed to employment, further training or apprenticeships. This could be you! OFSTED accomplishments Skills2Achieve recently celebrated after receiving our second consecutive ‘Good’ rating in our latest OFSTED inspection. The inspection took place on 6th and 7th March 2018 and found that since the previous inspection, we have continued to provide a consistently good quality of education for learners, and has secured improvements in many areas. The inspector commented; “Pastoral and welfare support for learners is particularly strong. They benefit from excellent care from their tutors, which they value highly. Learners trust their tutors and will seek their help with a wide range of personal, emotional, welfare and safeguarding concerns”. Like the sound of Skills2Achieve? Contact us to start your future 16-19 Tuition Fund The 16-19 Tuition Funding will be used to mitigate the disruption to learning arising from the COVID-19 pandemic for learners enrolled on our study programme, Skills2Achieve. Funding given to Enham Trust will be used specifically in the following ways: The recruitment of 2 tutors who will work with learners identified by their tutors as have being impacted by disrupted learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. 1:1 and small group (up to 3 learners) tuition for learners who have fallen behind or have not consolidated key concepts in maths and English to enable them to progress in their learning and gain qualifications. 1:1 and small group (up to 3 learners) tuition for learners who were subject to calculated grades in the 19/20 academic year, who, on enrolment to the programme, are identified as having significant gaps in knowledge and application of skills in maths and English, particularly those at Entry Level 3 and Level 1 for progression to Level 1 and Level 2 respectively. 1:1 tuition for learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities whose learning and progress is being adversely impacted by the COVID pandemic and who are finding remote learning challenging. Increased contact and support from Classroom Assistants to support learners to understand and consolidate key concepts taught in the 1:1 or small group sessions with tutors.