The Work Club
You may not know what you want to do after your course, but we can help.
The Blackburne House Work Club is a free resource that aims to inspire and motivate you to build valuable careers and assists with your career development as you enter the job market.
- CV Writing/ Updating
- Confidence Building
- career Planning
- Presentation Skills
- Self Promotion using Social Networks
- Interview Skills
The Work Club is currently being revamped, more details to follow shortly
All learners on year-long programmes are assigned a support tutor who will provide guidance and advice whenever it is needed, to help you manage your studies effectively. Students will receive a support session every term. This is an opportunity to discuss your personal progress, issues and tutor feedback.
Learners enrolled on short programmes also have access to individual support from their course tutor. The tutor will make time to allow learners to book an individual support session. This will usually take place during the session time or during a scheduled break.
If a student raises any issues that a course tutor cannot deal with they may refer the learner to another member of staff or if appropriate one of the safeguarding officers.
We are able to support learners who may have additional needs.
If you have physical or learning disabilities and require additional support in order for you to access the college or complete your studies, please speak to your tutor or the Head of Learning.
The head of learning will assess your needs with you. Blackburne House Education will endeavour to provide the support you need to make your time with us happy and successful.