Get involved! Send your photos, video, news & views by texting WN NEWS to 80360 or e-mail us
The chance to prepare for a bright future
2:20pm Wednesday 5th September 2012 in Business
Employment is a hot topic at the moment and Midlands-based Bright Assessing, which specialises in delivering online assessor, verifier and teacher training to the highest standards achievable, is doing more than most to help people of all ages back into work.
Last year alone Bright trained 1,800 people and of these, 97 per cent have started a new career in assessing, verifying or training. It is particularly impressive considering that this 97 per cent job success rate is 140 per cent higher than the national average.
Bright Assessing, based in Alcester, is sponsoring the Worcester News Jobs & Car-eers Fair at the Guildhall , Worcester, on Thursday, September 20, and representatives will be on hand to answer questions and give more details about why NVQ assessing or verifying, with the opportunity to earn up to £50,000 per year, could be the career for you.
One of Bright’s most successful programmes is Back to Work – a six-week programme which enables unemployed people to become qualified assessors and follow a career in assessing – because they receive 100 per cent funding for the programme.
Almost 80 per cent of people who have completed the programme have since found a job and stopped claiming benefits and with plans to extend the scheme over the next 12 months it is opening doors for job seekers across the UK.
To find out more about a career in assessing, verifying or teaching, contact Bright Assessing on 0845 1162585.
There will be a wide range of vacancies available at the jobs fair with confirmed exhibitors including Shaw Healthcare; Orange Grove Foster Care; the University of Worcester ; Kidderminster College; the British Army; Goodrich SRS; Pathway Care; the Association for Care Training; Barnados; St Basils; Advanced Childcare; Allpay; Jobcentre Plus and Rowden House School.
The fair will be open from 10am to 4pm and admission is free. There are still exhibition places available. To find out more, contact Richard Hencher on 01905 742355.