Delivering quality compliant training programmes
As a (RoATP) independent training provider TATC focusses on employers organisational needs which inform what will be included in the training we offer. Our training is therefore Employer led. The new apprenticeship standards required a change of mind-set. TATC takes collaboration with employers as a good tool of working together to achieve longer and better relationship. A longer –term partnership is therefore enhanced between TATC and the employers built around the following themes:
- Mutual understanding leading to a deep understanding of the employer’s business objectives
- Long term career and succession planning
- Matching workforce vacancies and turnover to apprenticeship programmes
- Mixing curriculum and training options to offer the best training solution
- Create an overall training programme around the apprenticeship architecture.
TATC continues to support SME employers with the delivery of sector(Care Quality Commission) compliant training programmes to enhance their organisations performance and of course the community.Read More
Tatc offers a wide variety of online and offline courses to get you ready for your chosen career path.
NCFE CACHE LEVEL 2 AWARD IN PROMOTING FOOD SAFETY AND NUTRITION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR EARLY YEARS AND CHILDCARE SETTINGSRead More
“I completed my NCFE level 1 Certificate introduction in Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s sector with TATCL in February 2017 when I was not working. With the support of the staff at TATCL, I was encouraged to get an employment as a care worker with Westminster Home Care. I am now gainfully employed and I am no more on benefits.”
Muniya Turay, July 2018
“With the support and encouragement received from the staff of TATCL, I completed my Advance Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care in 2016. I then enrolled again with TATCL to do the Higher Apprenticeship Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services (Adults’ Management) (England) (QCF) (February 2017) because I had the confidence that I will complete my course. The staff supported me a lot as expected and I completed the course in June 2018.”
Maria Brown, June 2018
“I signed on to do my advance apprenticeship in Health and Social Care in April 2017 having completed my Level 2 Diploma in health and social care. During the programme, I was promoted as a Field Care Supervisor and I now work in the office as well as on the field supervising the care workers. I am happy with the support given me by my assessor which has enabled me to complete my course. I am looking forward to register for the Lead Practioner in Adult Care (Level 4).”
Olutunde Sotunde, August 2018