Traineeships

Traineeships are training programmes for young people aged 16 to 24, which combine training and qualification with valuable work experience. There is also help to improve Maths and English skills.

Traineeships will help you progress to an apprenticeship, further education or a job in the sector you want to work in.

A traineeship from The JGA Group will give you:

  • High-quality work experience
  • The opportunity to study for a qualification in your chosen area
  • Personal and employability skills for the workplace
  • English and maths support, if you don’t already have them at GCSE grades 9-4 or equivalent.
  • Support to take positive next steps towards developing your future

All our training is delivered by industry specialists.

We offer traineeships in the fitness, events, adult care and creative sectors. They range between 6 and 14 weeks in duration.

Who is eligible?

You can undertake a government funded traineeship with JGA if you:

  • Are aged between 16 and 24
  • Are currently unemployed
  • Do not hold qualifications of level 4 of above

Work Experience

We will match you with an employer who can give you work experience in the area you have chosen to study.

Your work experience placement will be created to make sure it brings value to both you and the employer you do your experience with. You will complete a minimum of 70 hours of work experience.

We work with large and small employers for work experience, including Security Nation, Executive events services, Sky and Lords Cricket Ground.

Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care

Duration: 12 weeks

This traineeship includes a NCFE CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care as well as work preparation training known as employability. There is also a work placement of a minimum of 70 hours. You will also study English and Maths up to level 2 if required. The teaching elements are a mix of remote and face to face learning.

This Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care Certificate focus on developing and improving the skills and knowledge needed to deliver adult health and social care for domiciliary, residential homes, hospitals and other related settings.

The units are:

  • Communication in adult social care settings
  • Personal development in adult social care settings
  • Diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings
  • Safeguarding and protection in health and social care
  • Duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings
  • The role of the social care worker
  • Person-centred approaches in adult social care settings
  • Health and safety in social care settings
  • How to handle information in social care settings
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Coaching Sport

Duration: 14 weeks

This traineeship includes a NCFE CACHE Level 2 Certificate in the Principles and Preparations for Coaching Sport as well as work preparation training known as employability. There is also a work placement of a minimum of 70 hours. You will also study English and Maths up to level 2 if required.

The teaching elements are a mix of remote and face to face learning and practical activities.

The Principles and Preparations for Coaching Sport certificate aims to prepare learners to deliver fun, engaging and safe sporting sessions.

The units are:

  • Understanding the fundamentals of coaching
  • Understanding the coaching process
  • Supporting participants lifestyle through coaching sport
  • Assisting in the delivery of sport
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Spectator Safety

Duration: 8 weeks

This traineeship includes a Highfield NVQ Level 2 Certificate in Spectator Safety as well as work preparation training known as employability. There is also a work placement of a minimum of 70 hours. You will also study English and Maths up to level 2 if required.

The Spectator Safety Certificate is designed for people wanting to work in the events sector as a Safety Steward.  It is now a requirement of all stadiums to have this qualification. The qualification meets the requirements laid out in the Football Licensing Authority’s Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds (known as the Green Guide).

The qualification is made up of 6 mandatory units and involves a combination of performance and knowledge to develop skills required to work at events.

The course units are:

  • Preparing for spectator events
  • Controlling the entry, exit and movement of people at spectator events
  • Monitoring spectators and dealing with crowd problems
  • Supporting the work of the team and organisation
  • Helping to manage conflict
  • Dealing with accidents and emergencies

Delegates will be provided with scenario training to develop their skills prior to working at events with the spectators.

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Digital Media

Duration: 6 weeks

This training will grant young people instant industry access while teaching them how to excel in digital production across multiple-platforms. Young people will master the tools and techniques required to succeed in a ‘real life’ collaborative and fast paced environment.

The training offers practical hands-on experience in digital media content creation and participants will complete the training with a working knowledge of the multi-disciplinary skills required for employment in the industry.

The course units are:

  • End to end digital media content creation for social media platforms, which includes developing ideas, self-shooting, text and video editing in Premier Pro
  • How to publish and distribute content, as well as monitor analytics to engage and grow an audience.
  • Successful candidates will also gain production etiquette, fundamental work ethics, CV tailoring, interview techniques, career mentorship and peer networking.

Trainees will be supported with employment and career development opportunities for a minimum of 6 months after training completion.

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TV Production

Duration: 6 weeks

This training offers practical hands-on experience in TV production and participants will complete the training with a working knowledge of the role they were recruited for and a general overview of production processes.

The course units are:

  • Thorough understanding of TV production process
  • Organising & planning skills
  • Budgeting and Scheduling
  • Troubleshooting
  • Team management
  • Pitching ideas and writing briefs
  • Research skills
  • Interpersonal and communication skills
  • Admin and compliance
  • Thorough understanding of the relevant health and safety laws and procedures
  • Practical and technical knowledge of camera and sound and editing equipment
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