West London College offers a wide range of programmes for those who are not in education, employment, or training (NEET). Our offer is specifically designed to help young people gain the knowledge and experience they need to find and secure a good job – helping them progress directly to employment, an apprenticeship or further training.
Our programmes have been designed to help those not in education, employment or training:
Driving Ambitions is a specialist short course for those who have a keen interest in the maintenance of light vehicles, giving an insight into the different roles that are available in the retail motor industry. The course covers the theory behind car mechanics, how cars work, and how to work safely, and will enable students to have first-hand experience working on a variety of practical repair tasks on a motor vehicle. In addition, students will learn how to write a CV, as well as gain interview skills and personal management development, with a NCFE Award in Employability Skills.
To find out more about Driving Ambitions, please contact Enda Mulloy.
West London College is one of the largest providers of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses in the area, offering a wide range of options for those whose first language is not English. Our courses range from pre-entry up to Level 1, and cover Speaking & Listening, Reading, Writing, and employability skills, enabling students to progress to vocational courses and the workplace.
Find out more about our ESOL courses here.
Creativity Squared is a project to help Londoners into jobs and further education in the creative sectors, such as film and TV, video gaming, and drama. It offers industry-relevant and pre-apprenticeship skills, helping participants to progress into sustainable employment, education or training opportunities in the creative sector. Each participant is assigned a mentor who will support them through the programme, until a sustained job outcome is reached. Within 4 weeks of finishing training, participants will move into job roles, apprenticeships, or further/higher education connected to the creative sector.
Find out more about Creativity Squared on JGA’s website here.
Our Talent Bank is for those looking to start an Apprenticeship but have not yet secured employment. The short course will match you to any vacancies and support you with applications and interview skills.
Find out more about Talent Bank here.
We run a range of Skills For Work short courses starting at various points throughout the year, including career clinics and bootcamps.
Find out more about our Skills For Work courses here.