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300 Meadowhall Way, Sheffield, S9 1EA www.thesourceacademy.co.uk

FIND US Email: apprenticeships@thesourceacademy.co.uk Phone: 0114 263 5600

CONTACT US The Source Skills Academy @thesourceacademy @thesourceacad @thesourceacademy

FOLLOW US @thesourceacad @thesourceacademy The Source Skills Academy

CONTACT US Phone: 0114 263 5600 Email: apprenticeships@thesourceacademy.co.uk

FIND US www.thesourceacademy.co.uk 300 Meadowhall Way, Sheffield, S9 1EA

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CONTACT US Phone: 0114 263 5600 Email: apprenticeships@thesourceacademy.co.uk

FIND US www.thesourceacademy.co.uk

FIND US 300 Meadowhall Way, Sheffield, S9 1EA

300 Meadowhall Way, Sheffield, S9 1EA www.thesourceacademy.co.uk Email: apprenticeships@thesourceacademy.co.uk Phone: 0114 263 5600

CONTACT US The Source Skills Academy @thesourceacademy @thesourceacad @thesourceacademy

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

04 - 05

Welcome to The Source

06 - 07

What is an Apprenticeship?

08 - 09

Why Choose an Apprenticeship?

10 - 11

Pre-Apprenticeship Programmes

12 - 13

Employability Support (Steps to Work)

14 - 15

Our Apprenticeship Courses

16 - 17

Apprenticeship Levels + How to Apply

18 - 19

Health and Social Care | Adult Care Level 2 + 3

20 - 21

Health and Social Care | Support Worker Level 2 + 3

22 - 23

Customer Service | Level 2 + 3

24 - 25

Retail | Level 2 + 3

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Retail | Level 4

28 - 29

Warehousing | Level 2

30 - 31

Warehousing | Level 3

32 - 33

Sales and Telesales | Level 2 + 3

34 - 35

Business Administration | Level 2 + 3

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Business Administration | Level 3

38 - 39

Digital Marketing | Level 3

40 - 41

IT and Telecoms | Level 2 + 3

42 - 43

Leadership and Management | Level 3

44 - 45

Leadership and Management | Level 5

46 - 47

What our Employers Say

48 - 49

Information for Parents

50 - 52

Equal Opportunities + Student Support

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Careers Advice

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How to Find Us


The Source CEO Tricia Smith I’m delighted you’re thinking of choosing The Source for the next steps in your career journey. We have a long-established reputation for delivering excellent education and training and are one of the top training providers in our region. Our dedicated and talented staff have your success as their number one priority, and we are 100% committed to supporting you throughout. During your time with us we will help you explore exciting new possibilities and opportunities and ensure you develop the knowledge and skills needed to excel in your career.

Everything we do is about you; your prospects, your progress, your choices, your ambitions fulfilled.

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Welcome! Who We Are The Source Skills Academy is a leading training provider based in Sheffield. Founded in 2003, The Source was set up as a charity to work within the local community to help individuals to develop their career options and to support businesses and the local economy.

Vision

The Source now works with thousands of employers and learners across the country, providing apprenticeships,

Creating opportunities, exceeding expectations

traineeships, commercial training and employability and skills development programmes. This prospectus will guide you through all the apprenticeship, traineeship and employability options available at The Source, from entry level learning all the way up to level 5 qualifications.

for all our customers, so that through education and development, people secure, retain and progress in employment, which will have a positive impact on individuals and the local economy.

Mission To be an ‘Outstanding’ provider of education and training which meets the needs of young people and adults by providing them with the skills to improve their economic futures and those of the businesses in which they work.

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What is an Apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship allows you to learn certain skills and knowledge while working in employment. Most of your learning takes place on the job, but you will complete lessons and assessments to earn a qualification. Usually, apprentices work towards their desired apprenticeship standard alongside functional skills qualifications in English and Maths. What makes apprenticeships different from other qualifications is that you will spend 80% on the job and 20% in the classroom. You will also earn a wage. A Level 3 apprenticeship is equivalent to an A Level or BTEC qualification, whereas a Level 5 apprenticeship is equivalent to a Foundation Degree.

What types of apprenticeships are there? Apprenticeships can be offered in almost every profession. At The Source, we offer Intermediate (Level 2), Advanced (Level 3) and Higher (Level 4/5) apprenticeships. If you are 16 and leaving school, you would typically begin your studies on an Intermediate apprenticeship and progress to an Advanced apprenticeship. If you have some experience or have higher qualifications, such as an A Level, you can enrol on an Advanced or Higher apprenticeship. Once you have completed a Higher apprenticeship, you can go onto study a degree level apprenticeship. These apprenticeships are the equivalent to an Honours Degree.

How long do apprenticeships last? The length of an apprenticeship depends on the level of study, but most take between 12 – 18 months to complete. You will spend most of your time at your place of employment, doing your job. There will be some days when you will be required to attend classes, such as functional skills, but these will be agreed with you and your employer when you begin your apprenticeship.

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How much will I be paid?

What are the entry requirements?

You will be paid at least the minimum wage

To enrol on an apprenticeship you will need

rate for apprentices for your age, however many

to either hold, or be working towards, a GCSE

employers pay more than this.

in Maths and English at a grade 4 (or C) or

You will be paid for the hours that you work, as

above.

well as any time spent on training with us. You

If you do not have this level of qualification

will also get at least 20 days paid holiday a year,

you may find a Traineeship will be beneficial

plus bank holidays.

(see page 10 for further information).

If you are already in employment and looking to

Some companies will set their own entry requirements, such as having certain IT skills

upskill, you will be paid your current salary when

or personal skills. You will find these in our

you begin your apprenticeship.

vacancy adverts on our website. You can apply for an apprenticeship while you’re still at school and they are also available for people who are already in work.

90%

To apply for an apprenticeship, you must be aged 16 or over, ready to work and not

OF APPRENTICES GO INTO WORK OR FURTHER TRAINING

already enrolled in full-time education. Apprenticeships can also be undertaken on a part-time employment contract.

92%

89%

OF APPRENTICES WERE SATISFIED WITH THEIR APPRENTICESHIP OVERALL

OF APPRENTICES SAID THEIR CAREER PROSPECTS HAD IMPROVED

97%

OF APPRENTICES SAID THEIR ABILITY TO DO THE JOB HAD IMPROVED 07


Why Choose an Apprenticeship?

Debt Free The cost of your training is covered by the Government and/or your employer, so you will not be required to take out any student loans in order to fund your studies!

Earn a Wage You will earn the national minimum wage for an apprentice, however, many employers pay more than this. If you’re over age 19 after your first year of study, this will increase to the national minimum wage of your age or more.

Achieve More You will gain a nationally recognised qualification. You will also develop sector specific work skills and receive support to complete English and maths functional skills (some students will be exempt from this depending on previous qualifications).

Boost Your CV While on an apprenticeship, you will gain essential experience and skills that employers want to see on your CV. This highly valued experience can put you ahead of others and help when you decide to develop your career further.

Progress Further When you complete your apprenticeship, there are many progression opportunities, from moving onto a higher level, staying in employment with your current employer or progressing onto a different role.

Student Discount Although you’re in employment as an apprentice you’re still eligible to sign up and buy an NUS student card so that you can get discount at many different retailers.

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Why Choose The Source? SUCCESS RATES

OFSTED ‘GOOD’ RATING

90% OF OUR APPRENTICES CONTINUE IN EMPLOYMENT OR GO ONTO FURTHER TRAINING

HIGHER THAN NATIONAL AVERAGE

ALL TUTORS ARE INDUSTRY STANDARD SUBJECT SPECIALISTS

96%

END POINT ASSESSMENT DISTINCTION RATE

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Pre-Apprenticeship Programmes If you’re looking to begin an apprenticeship but you feel like you don’t have the right skills or qualifications yet, we can support you with one of our pre-apprenticeship programmes. Our range of pre-apprenticeship programmes and employability support can help to develop the skills and confidence you need to progress on to the next steps of your career. This might mean doing a traineeship or getting support from our Steps to Work programme to develop your skills in areas such as English, Maths, IT and CV Writing.

Traineeships A traineeship is an employability programme which gives young people aged 16 - 18 an opportunity to gain real work experience, job skills and improve maths and English if needed. The programme can last up to a maximum of 6 months, but typically last for 12 weeks with the content tailored to your individual needs. If you’re aged between 19 - 24 and in receipt of an Educational Health Care Plan, you may also be eligible for a Traineeship.

What’s Involved? Work Placement

Training

You will take part in a work placement for approximately 8 weeks which will usually take place over 3 days per week.

The programme provides you with training in your chosen area of work as well as training in employability skills and interview techniques.

This placement will be in your chosen sector and it will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need for the job, as well as improving your CV. Functional Skills You will have the opportunity to work towards and achieve a Level 1 and 2 Functional Skills in maths and English.

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We will also support you in applying for vacancies when you’re ready.


Tom Williams Warehousing Traineeship The British Heart Foundation, 2018

I am really excited about starting my apprenticeship and everything I have learned on my traineeship has helped me get there!”

Tom enrolled onto the traineeship programme to improve his employability skills and gain real work experience to help him get in to work. He started his work placement at The British Heart Foundation in the warehouse department. He soon impressed his manager and other colleagues. Feedback from the team was very positive, especially about his professional, committed attitude, and his relationship with the team. After his traineeship came to an end, Tom was supported by the team at The Source to help onto the next step of his career. Only a week after completing his traineeship, Tom went for two interviews and was successful in both. He then started his Warehousing Apprenticeship at one of the businesses. Tom, photographed with his Tutor, Joanne Lodge, received his certificate for completing his traineeship programme at The Source. Joanne said, “Tom has come a long way over the duration of his traineeship and I am proud of him for securing an apprenticeship role so soon after completing. He is very hardworking and I know he will do well in the next chapter of his career.”

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Employability Support

Steps to Work Grow your skills and confidence with the Steps to Work programme. We can support you each step of the way, building a programme that suits your needs and skills.

Programme Content Support into Work or an Apprenticeship

Qualifications

With the Steps to Work programme, we will develop an action plan to suit your needs. You can also attend job clubs, where you can search

Gain relevant qualifications to the sector you want to work in such as:

and apply for jobs and apprenticeships.

• Level 1 Business Admin • Level 1 Work Skills • Levels 1 + 2 Customer Service

Advice and Guidance Receive full advice and guidance before, during and after the programme. You will also be given support to update your CV. Maths, English and ICT Get support with improving your maths, English and ICT skills. Training The programme provides training in employability, sector specific training, customer service and interview techniques.

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• Level 1 Retail Knowledge

• Functional Skills Maths and English • Other sector specific training and qualifications


What our learners say ... Petra Kolar Steps to Work 2019

“I am so pleased, I couldn’t have done it without The Source.”

Petra joined Steps to Work to help her get an apprenticeship. Starting her functional skills classes and her employability training, Petra showed enthusiasm and commitment. Before long, working with Kerry Cook from Business Development team, Petra was put forward for a Customer Service Apprenticeship at Meadowhall. At her interview, Petra was nervous, but she did well and was successful! The feedback Petra received from her interview was extremely positive and she is looking forward to her new role.

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Apprenticeship Courses HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE Adult Care Worker

Level 2 / Standard

Lead Adult Care Worker

Level 3 / Standard

Healthcare Support Worker

Level 2 / Standard

Senior Healthcare Support Worker

Level 3 / Standard

CUSTOMER SERVICE Customer Service Practitioner Customer Service

Level 2 / Standard Level 3 / Framework

RETAIL Retailer

Level 2 / Standard

Retail Team Leader

Level 3 / Standard

Retail Manager

Level 4 / Standard

WAREHOUSING Supply Chain Warehouse Operative

Level 2 / Standard

Trade Supplier

Level 2 / Standard

Senior Warehouse Person / Team Leader 14

Level 3 / Framework


SALES & TELESALES Sales & Telesales

Level 2 / Framework

Sales & Telesales

Level 3 / Framework

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Business Administration

Level 2 / Framework

Business Administrator

Level 3 / Standard

Business & Professional Administration

Level 4 / Framework

DIGITAL MARKETING Digital Marketer

Level 3 / Standard

IT & TELECOMS IT & Telecoms Professionals

Level 2 / Framework

IT & Telecoms Professionals

Level 3 / Framework

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT Team Leader / Supervisor

Level 3 / Standard

Operations / Departmental Manager

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Apprenticeship Levels Apprenticeships can be offered in many different professions and sectors. At The Source, we offer intermediate, advanced and higher level apprenticeships.

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Level

Equivalent

Intermediate

2

5 GCSEs

Advanced

3

2 A Levels

Higher

4/5

Foundation Degree


How to Apply STEP 1 - APPLICATION To do an apprenticeship, you will first need to apply for an apprenticeship position within a business.

STEP 2 - COME TO OUR INFORMATION SESSION Once you’ve applied for a job,

You can find a full list of

we will be in contact to invite you

vacancies on our website on our

to one of our information, advice

‘vacancies’ page.

and guidance sessions.

To easily apply, select the ‘apply’

We will discuss the role you’ve

button and follow the steps.

applied for and if you’re suitable, we will send your details to the employer. If not, we will work with you to find a more suitable role.

STEP 3 - INTERVIEW If you’re successfully shortlisted for the role, you will attend an interview with the employer. We will send you the full details of your interview and advise you about travel and accessibility. If you aren’t successful, don’t worry. We will provide you with feedback and will help you look for more roles.

STEP 4 - BEGIN YOUR CAREER! Once you’ve had a successful interview and been offered the role, you will receive a confirmation email with your start date and the enrolment details of your apprenticeship. You will be invited to an induction session either at your place of work or at The Source. Then you can get going with your new career step!

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Apprenticeships in Health and Social Care Health and Social Care workers are the frontline staff who support a range of adults and children to achieve their personal goals and live as independently as possible. By following care plans, workers can provide much needed support to improve the lives of others faced with physical, practical, social, emotional or intellectual challenges. This apprenticeship will develop the skills and competencies which are key to providing quality and compassionate care for the less able and/or vulnerable people.

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Job Opportunities Health and Social Care workers can be found in a wide range of organisations including nursing homes, residential care homes, day-care centres, hospitals, GP surgeries, clinics and other healthcare settings. This apprenticeship prepares you for a successful career in roles such as: Care or Support Worker / Substance Misuse Worker / Learning Disability Support Worker / Mental Health Support Worker / Social Services Officer / Family Support Worker / Adult Nursing Support / Maternity Support / Children and Young People Support /


Level 2 | Adult Care Worker Duration: 15 months Programme: Standard

Level 3 | Lead Adult Care Worker Duration: 18 months Programme: Standard Overview Adult Care workers may specialise in a variety of areas such as learning disability, mental health, drug and alcohol misuse, support for the elderly, homecare, dementia and end-of-life care. Knowledge / Skills / Behaviour Criteria The Adult Care Worker apprenticeships are designed to develop your knowledge (know it) and skills (show it) which are essential for the role and must be demonstrated through your behaviours (live it). These behaviours include: •

Care – Caring enough and consistently about individuals to make a positive difference to their lives.

Compassion – Delivering care and support with kindness, consideration, dignity, empathy and respect.

Courage – Doing the right thing for people and speaking up if the individual you support is at risk.

Communication – This is central to successful caring relationships and effective team working.

Competence – Applying knowledge and skills to provide high quality care and support.

Commitment – Committing to improving the lives of people who need care and support.

Assessment •

Situation Judgement Test

Portfolio of Evidence + Professional Discussion

Each assessment is weighted 50/50 and will be graded as a pass, merit or distinction.

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Level 2 | Healthcare Support Worker Duration: 18 months

Programme: Standard

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or qualifications are required before you register for this qualification. However, employers may set selection criteria such as relevant qualifications and/or experience. Overview: You will work as part of a team providing high quality and compassionate care to individuals. You will carry out well-defined routine clinical duties like monitoring an individual’s blood pressure and temperature. You will also carry out non-clinical duties which may include things like keeping records, making beds, tidying up your work area, returning or cleaning the equipment used during a clinical activity. Knowledge and Skills

Behaviours •

Personal and People

Treat People with Dignity

Development

Respecting Individual’s

Communication

Health Intervention

Person Centred Care and

Health, Safety and Security

Support

Duty of Care

Dementia, Cognitive issues,

Safeguarding

Mental Health

Infection Prevention and

• •

Basic Life Support

Physiological Measurements

Moving and Handling

Control •

Equality and Diversity

Differences, Values, Needs, Privacy and Preferences •

Show Respect and Empathy

Courage to Challenge Areas of Concern

Adaptable, Reliable and Consistent

Show Discretion and Resilience

Assessment: • Multiple Choice Test • Observation in the Workplace • Portfolio of Evidence + Interview

WHAT OUR APPRENTICES SAY ... Lucy Wright, St Vincent’s Medical Centre, 2019 “I have loved meeting all the other ladies on the course, as well as broadening my skills and knowledge within my healthcare role. Karen [Tutor] is brilliant, she is always very quick to get back to me with any help I need or questions that I have. She is very friendly and makes me feel confident within myself...

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Level 3 | Senior Healthcare Support Worker Duration: 18 months

Programme: Standard

Entry Requirements: You must achieve a Level 2 in Maths and English Functional Skills and complete a Level 3 Diploma in Healthcare Support prior to taking the end-point assessment. Employers may also favour applicants with prior experience in a related role such as a support worker. Overview: Senior Healthcare Support Workers help registered practitioners deliver healthcare services to people. As an experienced support worker, you will carry out a range of clinical and non-clinical healthcare or therapeutic tasks, under the direct or indirect supervision of the registered healthcare practitioner. Core Knowledge and Skills

Optional Senior Health Care Support Worker Specialities

Behaviours •

Treat People with Dignity

Respecting Individual’s

Health and Wellbeing

Duty of Care and Candour,

Adult Nursing Support

Safeguarding, Equality and

Maternity Support

Theatre Support

Treatment and Support

Mental Health Support

Communication

Children and Young People

Personal, People and Quality

Diversity •

Person Centred Care,

Development •

Health, Safety and Security

Allied Health Profession Therapy Support

Differences, Values, Needs, Privacy and Preferences •

Show Respect and Empathy

Courage to Challenge Areas of Concern

Adaptable, Reliable and Consistent

Show Discretion and Resilience

Assessment: • Multiple Choice Test • Observation in the Workplace • A Professional Discussion

Show Supervisory Leadership

WHAT OUR APPRENTICES SAY ... Lucy Wright, St Vincents Medical Centre, 2019 ... Once I have completed my apprenticeship I plan to build my confidence within my role, attending any training sessions available to build my knowledge. Maybe one day I will look into nursing as this was always a passion of mine. However, I am enjoying my current job very much and plan to build confidence within it.”

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Apprenticeships in Customer Service Good customer service is key to the success of any business or organisation. In today’s highly competitive marketplace, good customer service is often the only aspect which sets some companies apart from their competition. Making every customer experience a positive one and ensuring every customer feels valued is essential for any business in order to retain existing and obtain new customers. Any individual within an organisation who has contact with customers plays a key role in providing a high level of service.

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Job Opportunities Customer Service apprenticeships are ideal for you if you work in, or would like to work in, customerfacing roles across a wide variety of sectors. Roles may include: Customer Service Advisor / Customer Service Operator / Call Centre Advisor / Customer Service Supervisor / Customer Relationship Manager / Client Services Officer / Events Coordinator /


Level 2 | Customer Service Practitioner Duration: 15 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Standard

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

Knowledge

Skills

Behaviours

Knowing your Customers

Interpersonal Skills

Developing Self

Understanding the

Communication

Being Open to Feedback

Organisation

Influencing Skills

Team Working

Meeting Regulations and

Personal Organisation

Equality

Legislation

Dealing with Customer

Presentation Language

Conflict and Challenge

“Right First Time”

• •

Systems and Resources

Your Role and Responsibility

Customer Experience

Product and Service knowledge

Assessment

Completion of all Units

Observation in the Workplace

Portfolio of Evidence

Level 3 | Customer Service Duration: 18 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Framework

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification. Optional Units (+many more!)

Mandatory Units

Use Social Media to Deliver Customer

Organise and Deliver Customer Service

Understand the Customer Service Environment

Resolve Customers’ Problems

Principles of Business

Understand Customers and Customer Retention

Manage Team Performance

Manage Personal Performance and Development

Processing Sales Orders

• • •

Completion of all Units Observation in the Workplace Portfolio of Evidence

Service •

Manage a Customer Service Award Programme

Assessment

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Apprenticeships in Retail As a retail apprentice, you may be in a creative role such as visual merchandising, helping to create product displays to drive sales or you may choose to work behind the scenes in a role such as stock handling, ensuring products are received in the correct quantities and appropriately stored. From sales assistant to retail manager, customer journey to marketing and communications campaigns, the knowledge and skills gained throughout our retail apprenticeships are transferable to all retail environments.

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Job Opportunities Retail apprenticeships are ideal for you if you work in, or would like to work in, roles such as: Sales Assistant / Cashier / Retail Sales Consultant / Customer Service Assistant / Stock Room Executive / Team Leader / Supervisor / Assistant Manager / Manager /


Level 2 | Retailer Duration: 15 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Standard

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

This apprenticeship is designed to develop your knowledge (know it), skills (show it) and behaviours (live it) in the following areas: •

Customer Service

Brand Reputation

Team and Performance

Merchandising and Stock

Marketing and Communication

Technology

Sales and Promotion

Legal and Governance

Product and Service

Assessment •

Multiple Choice Test

Practical Observation

Professional Discussion

Level 3 | Retail Team Leader Duration: 15 months

Entry Requirements: Employers typically require that you have worked

Programme: Standard

in an operational role within the industry to start on this apprenticeship.

Overview: Retail team leaders are a critical support to managers, delivering exceptional customer service and a positive experience to customers. The role is dynamic and in one day can involve a variety of different tasks. Most significantly, retail team leaders guide and coordinate the work of the team to drive sales. This apprenticeship is designed to develop your knowledge (know it), skills (show it) and behaviours (live it) in the following areas: •

Business and Finance

Merchandising and Stock

Assessment

Leadership

Technology

Developing a Team

Legal and Governance

Multiple Choice Test

Personal Performance

Equality and Diversity

Business Project

Professional Discussion

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Level 4 | Retail Manager Duration: 18 months

Entry Requirements: Employers typically require that you have worked

Programme: Standard

in a supervisory role within the industry to start on this apprenticeship.

Overview: Retail managers are responsible for delivering sales targets and a positive experience to customers that will encourage repeat custom and loyalty to the brand/business. Maximising income and minimising wastage are essential to the job and therefore individuals must develop a sound understanding of business and people management principles to support the achievement of the vision and objectives of the business. This apprenticeship is designed to develop your knowledge (know it), skills (show it) and behaviours (live it) in the following areas: •

Leadership

Sales and Promotions

Developing a Team

Merchandising and Stock

Assessment

Personal Performance

Technology

Written Exam

Business and Finance

Legal and Governance

Customer Journey

Equality and Diversity

Business Project

Marketing Communication

Professional Discussion

Ross Faben Customer Service, 2017 Meadowhall The retail path apprenticeship has been great, it has helped me to develop the discipline to work in a full-time role, which is very different from being at school. I have also learnt how to work effectively as a team and I have really enjoyed that. I feel I have now opened the door to many opportunities in the future. I hope I can progress onto other qualifications so I can be a supervisor and I would love to be a retail store manager one day. I have already suggested apprenticeships to friends and I would definitely recommend the retail path apprenticeship for anyone wanting to work in this sector.

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What our apprentices say ... The retail path apprenticeship course with Meadowhall has given Omar Magdedy more than just a qualification, it has developed his future in more ways than he could have ever imagined. Omar came to the UK as a refugee alone after fleeing the war in his native county Sudan. He has been living in Sheffield since 2015 and was offered the apprenticeship opportunity after attending an interview at Meadowhall for a customer service role.

Omar Magdedy Customer Service, 2017 Meadowhall The opportunity I have been given has been so valuable to me. I have gained so much experience in so many areas. I have learnt about British culture and values, I have been able to develop business skills and learn how to develop relationships with and experience people from different backgrounds, religions and race. The retail path apprenticeship has given me a bright future. I have gained employment and experience in a role I really enjoy. Academically I have gained an English Language certificate and I will achieve a qualification which will help me to get onto an access course so I am able to study at university. I would recommend the retail path apprenticeship for anyone looking to develop their skills in customer service, problem solving and business skills in the retail sector. An apprenticeship is the best route and it gives you all the skills you need for your future. For me, I am no longer scared of my future and I don’t think I would feel that way if it wasn’t for my apprenticeship.

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Apprenticeships in Warehousing Warehousing and the storage of goods are an essential part of logistics operations within a business. Roles within logistics require great skill and organisation to coordinate the supply and demand of goods and ultimately meet customer needs. This may include operating specialist machinery, auditing inventory and managing the receipt, storage and dispatch of goods. To ensure you comply with legal regulations, you will also learn about health and safety including the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH).

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Job Opportunities Warehousing apprenticeships are ideal for you if you work in, or would like to work in, roles such as: Warehouse Operative / Warehouse Team Leader / Senior Warehouse Officer / Trade Supplier / Account Manager / Logistics Coordinator / Administration Officer /


Level 2 | Supply Chain Warehouse Operative Duration: 15 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Standard

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

This apprenticeship is designed to develop your knowledge (know it), skills (show it) and behaviours (live it) in the following areas: •

Health, Safety and Security at Work

Team Building

Using Equipment and Machinery

Waste Management

Picking and Packaging Items

Using Warehouse Systems and Technology

Assessment •

Knowledge and Behaviours Test

Practical Assessment (at your workplace)

Level 2 | Trade Supplier Duration: 15 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Standard

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

Overview: Trade Suppliers play a vital role in ensuring an efficient flow of goods and services between manufacturers and their skilled trade customer base. A key element of their role will be to have technical knowledge of the products and services offered together with the bespoke systems and equipment used in their trade business. Trade Suppliers can specialise in roles in a trade business environment, which may include sales, purchasing, account management, logistics and administration. This apprenticeship is designed to develop your knowledge (know it), skills (show it) and behaviours (live it) in the following areas: •

Trade Counter and Telesales Services

Technology

Customer Service

Legal Responsibilities

Warehousing and Stock Control

Team Building

Assessment •

Knowledge Test

Portfolio of Evidence

Practical Observation

Professional Discussion

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Level 3 | Senior Warehouse Person / Team Leader Duration: 18 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Framework

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

Overview: This apprenticeship is designed to develop your knowledge (know it), skills (show it) and behaviours (live it) in the following areas: •

Contribute to the Provision of Customer Service in Logistics Operations

Supervise the Receipt, Storage or Dispatch of Goods

Provide Leadership for your Team in Logistics Operations

Take Responsibility for Health, Safety and Security in your Team

Assessment Units are assessed in the workplace, in conditions resembling the workplace or in a formal learning environment.

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What our apprentices achieve ...

Jessica Heppleston Apprentice of the Year 2017 Jack Hinton Electrical Level 2 Trade Supplier

Jessica’s Manager, Stephen Mooney, said, “We are all extremely proud and delighted with her achievement. She is such an asset to the Jack Hinton’s team and a great example of the value apprentices can bring to a business. We look forward to continuing to support Jess in her future career.”

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Apprenticeships in Sales and Telesales These qualifications are designed for people who work in a sales environment, either in sales roles or performing sales functions, and who have direct contact with customers. You will be taught a range of functions including developing a sales strategy, managing sales territories and teams and face-toface and telephone selling.

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Job Opportunities Sales apprenticeships are ideal for you if you work in, or would like to work in, roles such as: Business Development Officer/Executive / Customer Sales Adviser / Customer Service Adviser/Team Leader / Junior Sales Executive/Manager / Customer Relationship Manager / Membership Sales Adviser / Telesales Executive / Sales Team Leader / Key Account Manager /


Level 2 | Sales and Telesales Duration: 12 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Framework

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

Mandatory Units

Optional Units (+many more!)

Time Planning in Sales

Processing Sales Orders

Complying with Legal, Regulatory and Ethical

Selling at Exhibitions

Requirements in a Sales or Marketing Role

Buyer Behaviour in Sales Situations

Deliver Reliable Customer Service

Communicating Using Digital Marketing/

Sales Channels Assessment

• •

Completion of all Units Portfolio of Evidence

Level 3 | Sales and Telesales Duration: 18 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Framework

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

Mandatory Units • •

Optional Units (+many more!)

Negotiating, Handling Objections and Closing

Selling at Exhibitions

Sales

Buyer Behaviour in Sales Situations

Complying with Legal, Regulatory and Ethical

Contributing to the Development and

Requirements in a Sales or Marketing Role

Assessment

• •

Completion of all Units Portfolio of Evidence

Launch of New Products and/or Services •

Leading a Sales or Marketing Team

Developing Sales Proposals

Communicating Using Digital Marketing/ Sales Channels

WHAT OUR APPRENTICES SAY ... Taylor Coley, AES Seal, Level 2 Sales and Telesales, 2018 I am constantly learning every day and I feel like I’m able to drive the business forward and progress. I enjoy processing the leads that come in and sending them to the right sales person so they can help customers. It feels like a big responsibility and that I have an impact. I also like interacting with other people in the office and getting to meet new people.

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Apprenticeships in Business Administration Business administration is essential in all businesses in all sectors, no matter how large or small the company. Administrators ensure information is easily accessible for other colleagues, processes are up to date and effective, and meetings and appointments take place on time. Administrators are essential to making sure the business runs efficiently, productively and profitably.

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Job Opportunities Business Administration apprenticeships are ideal for you if you work in, or would like to work in, roles such as: Administrator / Business Support Officer / Receptionist / Human Resources Assistant / Data Entry Clerk / Office Manager / Business Development Manager / Project Manager /


Level 2 | Business Administration Duration: 12 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Framework

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

Mandatory Units

Optional Units (+many more!)

Communicate in a Business Environment

Understand Employer Organisations

Principles of Providing Administrative Services

Organise Business Travel or Accommodation

Principles of Business Document Production and Information Management

Managing Personal Performance and Development

Develop Working Relationships with Colleagues

Contribute to Organising an Event

Analyse and Present Business Data

Collate and Report Data Assessment

• •

Completion of all Units Portfolio of Evidence

Level 3 | Business Administrator Duration: 21 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Standard

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

Knowledge

Skills

Behaviours •

Professionalism

Personal Qualities

Managing Performance

Adaptability

Responsibility

The Organisation

IT

Value of their Skills

Record and Document

Stakeholders

Relevant Regulation

Decision Making

Policies

Interpersonal Skills

Business Fundamentals

Communications

Processes

Quality

External Environment

Planning and Organisation

Factors

Project Management

Production

Assessment •

Knowledge Test

Portfolio Interview

Project Presentation

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Level 4 | Business and Professional Administration Duration: 18 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Framework

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification. Optional Units (+ many more!)

Mandatory Units •

Resolve Administrative Problems

Manage Information Systems

Manage the Work of an Administrative Function

Manage Events

Communicate in a Business Environment

Negotiate in a Business Environment

Manage Personal and Professional Development

Manage Physical Resources

Develop and Implement an Operational

Assessment

Completion of all Units

Portfolio of Evidence

Functional Skills Tests in

Plan •

Recruitment, Selection and Induction

Implement and Maintain Business

Maths and English

Kristina Kolar Level 3 Business Administrator Apprentice of the Year Finalist 2019 Murray Steel Products

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Continuity Plans and Processes


What our employers say ...

Safa Ali Level 3 Business Administrator, 2019 2x Apprenticeship Award Nominee Electrical Safety UK

Safa started out initially as a trainee at Electrical Safety UK, through a traineeship programme. Since then she has progressed onto working towards a Level 3 apprenticeship. She regularly contributes to meetings, suggesting possible improvements to work processes and procedures. Her opinion is always highly regarded by her colleagues with many of her suggestions being taken into account when streamlining processes. Safa has proven to be a valued member of staff, so much so that Electrical Safety UK have offered her a full time job after the successful completion of her apprenticeship. She has been nominated for two apprenticeship awards for all her hard work and dedication to the role.

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Apprenticeships in Digital Marketing The primary role of a digital marketer is to manage campaigns across a variety of digital and social media platforms in order to drive customer acquisition, customer engagement and customer retention. A digital marketer will typically work as part of a team to design, build and implement campaigns and drive customer sales.

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Job Opportunities This apprenticeship prepares you for a successful career in a wide range of marketing, technical and analytic roles which may include: Digital Marketing Assistant / Digital Marketing Co-ordinator / Campaign Assistant / Social Media Assistant / Content Co-ordinator / Email Marketing Assistant / SEO Assistant / Digital Marketing Technologist /


Level 3 | Digital Marketing Duration: 24 months Programme: Standard Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or qualifications are required before you register for this qualification. However, individual employers may set selection criteria such as relevant qualifications and/or experience. Employers are likely to be looking for a proven passion for digital and social media. Overview This apprenticeship will develop your skills in key areas including HTML 5, webpage creation, website management, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Social Media Management (SMM), Pay-Per-Click (PPC), email marketing, web metrics/analytics, mobile applications and writing for a variety of audiences. Knowledge

Skills

Behaviours

Developing Self

Being Open to Feedback

Demonstrating Initiative

Taking Responsibility

Effective Communication in

Principles of Coding

Marketing Principles

Digital Marketing Business

Logical and Creative Thinking

Analytical and Problem Solving Skills

Principles •

A Thorough and Organised

Customer Lifecycle

Digital Marketing Campaigns

Digital and Social Media

Interpersonal Skills

Strategies

Working with Internal and

Data Protection and Security

Approach

a Variety of Situations Productive and Professional

Working Environment

External Stakeholders

Assessment •

Portfolio of Evidence

Employer Reference

Synoptic Project

Structured Interview

WHAT OUR APPRENTICES SAY ... Jack Taylor, Introspective Training & Consultancy, 2019 “I really enjoy working in a professional office environment, but I have also enjoyed learning in particular about the general principles of marketing and how they affect business. I’ve found my tutor Steven to be really useful, as he has a solid grasp of the course he’s teaching and is good at talking through its more complicated parts.”

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Apprenticeships in IT and Telecoms IT applications in business have been growing since the 1990s with many industries using computerised systems for daily tasks. IT and Telecoms apprenticeships will give you the skills to build systems through coding programmes like Java across applications from websites to apps.

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You will also develop your technical competencies across logical code writing, security features, development support, data functionality and programme analysis.

Job Opportunities IT and Telecoms apprenticeships are ideal for you if you work in, or would like to work in, roles such as: Software Development Technician / Junior Web Developer / Assistant Programmer / Junior Application Developer / Business Analyst / Computer Games Designer / Computer Games Technical Support / Computer Hardware Engineer / Computer Service Technician / IT Product Developer / IT Trainer / Telecommunications Technician /


Level 2 | IT & Telecoms Professionals Duration: 12 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Framework

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

Mandatory Units

Optional Units (+many more!)

Health and Safety in ICT

Data Structures and Algorithms

Develop Own Effectiveness and Professionalism

Technical Fault Diagnosis

Time Planning in Sales

Working with ICT Hardware and Equipment

Complying with Legal, Regulatory and Ethical

Introduction to IT Systems Development

Requirements in a Sales or Marketing Role

Computer Games Development

Deliver Reliable Customer Service

Creating a Computer Program

Designing and Developing a Website

Website Software

Assessment

• •

Completion of all Units Portfolio of Evidence

Level 3 | IT & Telecoms Professionals Duration: 18 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Framework

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

Mandatory Units • • •

Health and Safety in ICT

Data Structures and Algorithms

Develop Own Effectiveness and Professionalism

Managing Software Development

Computer Games Development

Designing and Developing Computer

Negotiating, Handling Objections and Closing Sales

Optional Units (+many more!)

Complying with Legal, Regulatory and Ethical Requirements in a Sales or Marketing Role

Programs •

Managing a Server Environment

Designing and Developing a Website

Fibre Telecommunications Techniques

Assessment

• •

Completion of all Units Portfolio of Evidence

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Apprenticeships in Leadership and Management

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Skilled team leaders and managers are essential to the success of any business. As a team leader or manager, you’ll be responsible for building relationships and driving fellow employees to achieve the goals of the business.

These apprenticeships are ideal for you if you work as, or would like to work as, a team leader, supervisor or manager within any industry. These roles may include:

Depending on the focus of your job, you may learn skills such as how to allocate and check other people’s work, plan and implement change, manage a project or budget, encourage innovation, carry out operational plans, recruit staff or develop the customer experience.

Supervisor / Project Officer / Shift Supervisor / Shift Leader / Assistant Manager / General Manager / Specialist Manager /

Job Opportunities

Team Leader /


Level 3 | Team Leader / Supervisor Duration: 15 months

Entry Requirements: No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or

Programme: Standard

qualifications are required before you register for this qualification.

Knowledge and Skills

Behaviours

Leading People

Professionalism

Managing People

Managing Performance

Adaptability

Responsibility

Resilience, Determination and Accountability

Open and Approachable

Creative, Innovative and Enterprising when Seeking Solutions

Building Relationships

Communication

Operational Management

Project Management

Finance

Awareness of Self

Assessment

Management of Self

Decision Making

• •

Knowledge Test Competency-Based Interview

• •

Professional Discussion Portfolio of Evidence

WHAT OUR APPRENTICES SAY ... Adele Teather, Level 5 Management Charnock Health Centre, 2018 The best thing about an apprenticeship is learning on the job, gaining hands on experience, starting with the basics and working up and gaining confidence as you learn. Also having the support of a tutor who regularly checks in on your progress by visiting the workplace to keep you on track to succeed.

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Level 5 | Operations / Departmental Manager

Duration: 33 months Programme: Standard Entry Requirements: Employers typically require that you have achieved five GCSEs at grade C or higher. Overview: This apprenticeship is ideal for managers with the drive to be responsible for everything from creating and delivering operational plans, managing projects and leading/managing teams, to managing finances and resources. Responsibilities also include talent management, coaching and mentoring. Behaviours

Knowledge and Skills Operational Management

Personal Effectiveness - Managing Self

Project Management

Interpersonal Excellence - Managing People and Developing

Finance

Leading People

Managing People

In key areas including:

Building Relationships

Drive to Achieve

Communication

Determination when Managing Difficult Situations

Awareness of Self

Seeks New Opportunities

Management of Self

Inclusive and Able to Build Trust

Decision Making

Creative, Innovative and Enterprising when Seeking Solutions

Fair, Consistent and Impartial

Relationships •

Organisational Performance - Delivering Results

Assessment • • •

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Knowledge Test Competency-Based Interview Work-Based Project

• •

Professional Discussion Portfolio of Evidence


Leadership & Management Training

TEAM LEADING PRINCIPLES TEAM LEADERSHIP SUCCESS Fully Funded* and Accredited Courses At The Source we offer more than just apprenticeships, we also provide a wide range of commercial training, including management training. If you’re not ready to commit to a full management apprenticeship but would like to learn more about leadership and management, we have a range of accredited courses. These courses are ideal for individuals already in employment, looking to develop their management skills or considering doing a management apprenticeship.

Level 2 Award in Team Leading Principles – 2 Days This course is ideal for learners who would like an introductory qualification that includes the core knowledge of team leading as well as the principles of developing team performance. Both this Award and Certificate (below) are standalone knowledge qualifications which are not part of the apprenticeship, however learners may choose to progress onto the full apprenticeship.

Level 2 Certificate in Team Leading Principles – 5 Days Strong team leadership is essential for providing guidance, direction and instruction within a group and inevitably leads to more effective teamwork and more motivated employees. This course has been designed for those with little or no formal training, who are either stepping into a leadership role or already an existing team leader, looking to develop their team leading skills and knowledge.

Contact us on training@thesourceacademy.co.uk to find out more. *Funding subject to eligibility: SMEs less than 250 employees *Available for a limited time only

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What Our Employers Say ... Abbey joined Motus Traffic after completing a graphic design course at college, but she was ready to try something new and start earning money. Since joining the company, Abbey has flourished and through her positive ‘can do attitude’, she’s become a real asset to the company. Abbey would recommend an apprenticeship as it’s given her a steppingstone into a career that she hadn’t previously explored. She’s now looking forward to progressing her career with Motus Traffic and supporting the next new administration apprentice who is planned to join the company through The Source Skills Academy in the New Year.

Motus Traffic 2019

The decision to take on an apprentice was not an easy one, as an SME with a small amount of staff we wondered if we would have the time to train them correctly. However, this has been the best decision we have made, The Source Academy made the recruitment process easy and took a lot of pressure off us by selecting a limited amount of candidates they believed would suit our needs.

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Burrows Motor Company Burrows Motor Company is a family owned business that has sites in Rotherham, Barnsley, Doncaster and Sheffield. They operate across six car brands; Toyota, Hyundai, Fiat, Mazda, Kia and Abarth. As an apprenticeship levy payer, Burrows are committed to offering apprenticeships across the company. For a number of years they have offered technical apprenticeship roles through Toyota, but last year engaged with The Source to offer apprenticeships in non-technical roles to great success. “Apprentices have a positive impact on business. They bring a lot of energy and a lot of great ideas. They’ve been a real benefit to our business, every apprentice we have taken, we have kept on after.” – Steve Davidson, General Manager of Burrows Toyota, Barnsley

The SEO Works The SEO Works are an award-winning SEO and PPC agency based in Sheffield. Since working with The Source Academy, SEO Works has grown quickly and sees apprenticeships as an asset to the industry and their business. “Apprentices are really beneficial to small businesses like ours, in that they bring a youthful excitement to the role. As a business we like to promote from within and we have many examples now where apprentices have gone on to become senior members of staff.” – Alex Hill, Sales Director, SEO Works

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Information for Parents As a parent, guardian or carer, we understand your desire to make sure your child receives the best possible start to their career. You will be an important voice when the time comes for them to decide where their next education and/or career step will be and should therefore be as informed as possible throughout the research and enrolment process (and onwards).

Options After Leaving School The government increased the age that young people must continue in education to 18, but this doesn’t have to mean staying in school or going to college. Starting an apprenticeship is a great alternative to classroom-based study and is an opportunity to not only continue learning, but to learn and develop the skills employers want.

Extra Support Some young people may need a little extra support before starting an apprenticeship, this could be through a route such as a traineeship or our Steps to Work programme. Our community and employability team will be able to develop an individual plan to help your child develop the skills they may need before applying for an apprenticeship, while looking at all the options available to them. For example, a traineeship is an excellent pathway to gain work experience, while developing English and maths skills. If you have any further queries about apprenticeships or our pre-apprenticeships programmes, talk to our Community and Employability Team by calling us on 0114 263 5600 or email community@thesourceacademy.co.uk

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You might also want to consider some of our services for yourself, to advance your current skill set or to access support into work. There are no upper age limits on our apprenticeship courses and you may be able to complete an apprenticeship with your current employer, whilst remaining on your current salary/wage. We offer a range of support if you need help into employment too. See page 12 to find out more about our Steps to Work programme.

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Equal Opportunities and Student Support

100% of our staff are trained in Safeguarding, Prevent Duty and Equality & Diversity

Safeguarding Duty

Prevent Duty

We recognise our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the

The Source is committed to supporting the Government prevent strategy and is in contact with local and adult safeguarding boards, as well as other health and social care

welfare and wellbeing of all young people and vulnerable adults receiving education

partnerships, to ensure the safeguarding of its learners. Extremism is the vocal or active opposition to fundamental British values. This also includes calls for the death of

and training from The Source. Staff recognise and accept their responsibility to develop

members of the British armed forces.

the awareness of the risks and issues involved in safeguarding. The company is committed to working with existing local safeguarding and adult safeguarding boards as well as other health and social care partnerships to ensure the safeguarding of its learners.

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Terrorism is defined as action designed to influence the government, intimidate the public and done for the purpose of advancing a political, religious or ideological cause that endangers or causes serious violence or harm to people, property, or seriously disrupts or interferes with an electronic system.


Equality & Diversity At The Source Academy we are all committed to achieving equality for our learners, our staff and everyone who uses our services. We aim to ensure all our learners, whatever their ability or background, benefit from high quality education and career opportunities. We celebrate difference and whatever the backgrounds, cultures, beliefs, sexual orientation, gender or physical abilities of our learners we are united in supporting them to realise their ambitions and to fulfil their potential.

More information regarding our policies can be found on our website www.thesourceacademy.co.uk/policies Or call us on 0114 263 5600 and ask to speak to our Safeguarding / Prevent Team

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Equal Opportunities and Student Support

LEARNER CHARTER At The Source Academy we are committed to providing you with the best possible learning experience that enables you to fulfil your goals. All of our learners are entitled to expect: • Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) throughout your programme. • Caring, friendly, qualified staff to support your learning and career aims. • A learning environment which is free from any form of discrimination. • An induction programme to agree your Individual Learning Plan (ILP) and provide you with access to your e-portfolio and learning resources. • A range of teaching, learning and assessment strategies which match your learning aims and are appropriate to your learning style and programme. • High quality learning experiences delivered by professional tutors and practitioners. • Regular progress reviews, guidance and support from your tutor to ensure you are making good progress. • Access to resources and additional support for learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. • Additional support in areas such as Maths, English and ICT. • Opportunities to express your views through surveys, questionnaires and reviews. • Access to a formal appeals and complaints procedure. • Help and advice on the progression routes and options available to support your personal and career aspirations.

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Careers Advice IAG SESSIONS If you’re thinking about applying for an apprenticeship, pre-apprenticeship programme or want to discuss your career options, we have a dedicated team to support you with information, advice and guidance (IAG). The team at The Source can also support you with applications for vacancies, interview and CV tips/preparation and guidance through skills revision and tests. Our IAG sessions run on a weekly basis and are designed to clearly explain the progression routes available to you, to provide an opportunity to talk through your career goals and to meet the team. During the session, you will be able to access the following support: • An overview of all programmes on offer at The Source. • An overview of the entry requirements and eligibility for available programmes. • A one-to-one chat with a learner engagement advisor. • An assessment of maths and English to determine the skills that you already have. When joining us for an IAG session you will receive impartial advice, which may result in recommendations to pursue alternative progression routes and providers if we feel that is the best option for you. We will also provide information on where you can find additional support if you need specialist guidance that we are unable to provide. If you’d like to find out more or book onto an information session, please email community@thesourceacademy.co.uk or call us on 0114 263 5600

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Public Transport The Meadowhall South/Tinsley tram stop is located directly behind The Source and there are bus stops in front and opposite the building. Meadowhall Public Transport Interchange (PTI) also provides train, bus and Supertram links to Meadowhall Shopping Centre. From here, simply take the footbridge from the PTI into Meadowhall. Walk through the shopping centre and exit through Debenhams or at the Blue Car Park. There is a pedestrian crossing opposite The Source building.

By Car Southbound M1 - Leave at junction 34. At the roundabout take the 4th exit towards Sheffield City Centre. This will take you onto Meadowhall Way. Continue onto Meadowhall shopping centre, turn right at the third set of lights and follow the signs for the Blue Car Park. Northbound M1 - Leave at junction 34. From the left-hand lane take the second exit. At the first roundabout, turn right. At the second roundabout (immediately in front of Meadowhall), take the third exit. After five sets of traffic lights, take a left and follow the signs for access to the Blue Car Park. From Sheffield City Centre - Leave Sheffield City Centre via A61, leading to the A6109. Continue straight on until the roundabout. At the fourth set of traffic lights Meadowhall is signposted, but remain on A1609. Join the ring road for Meadowhall and follow signs for the Blue Car Park, turning right over the dual carriageway.

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