If you’re 18-25 and looking for a place to start your career, we have the perfect opportunity for you. Our JumpStart programme, offer you a fantastic range of eight week courses in modules such as Digital Marketing, Mobile App Development, Cyber Security and Web Development to give you valuable skills and experience that you need to succeed.
In these eight weeks you will take part in interactive workshops to develop your skills as you work towards a certificate and guaranteed wonderful opportunities with large companies such as Google or Microsoft.
So why should you jump for JumpStart?
With JumpStart programme you are given the advice and support to kick start your career whilst learning in a fun and friendly environment. Whilst on the course, you have the chance to develop skills such as problem solving, team work, creative thinking, and many more. We also offer the chance to improve on existing skills such as organisation and communication to help you achieve your full potential. JumpStart also provides you with the chance to gain helpful tips with areas such as interview techniques to make you stand out to employers.
These unmissable offers of advice and support will help guide you in the right direction and increase your confidence and self-esteem so that you CAN find employment. You may feel daunted with the vast job search, but here at JumpStart, we can make it easy to find the right role for you. With JumpStart you can rely on top class instructors to inspire and motivate you to follow your passions.
At the end of the course, you will gain a certificate, and the chance to be signposted to external clients and job opportunities that you wouldn’t find anywhere else. These affordable courses are set at a reasonable price, with monthly instalments to make things easier for you to decrease the stress of money worries whilst you concentrate on the programme. With much to gain and nothing to lose, why not join our programme today?
With JumpStart, the world is your oyster!
Article written by Sarah Oakes. Graphics by Luke Mou and Meliha Siqqiqui