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The Rathbone centre in Hackney has been located in Spurstowe Terrace since 1999. The centre is easily accessible through Hackney Central and Hackney Downs Stations (British Rail). The 30, 38, 48, 56, 106, 242, 253, 254, D6 and W15 bus routes also stop within a short distance of the centre.

If you would like more information please get in touch and our dedicated staff will be happy to discuss your training needs.

What we offer

The core programmes on offer at the Hackney centre are Foundation Learning and Childcare.

Foundation Learning (FL):

Foundation learning is aimed at 16 - 18 year old young people who are not in employment, education or training (NEET).

We offer the following qualifications:

City and Guilds Entry 3 to Level 1 qualifications in Maths, English and Employability and Personal Development.

All of our classes operate on a roll on, roll off basis, which means you can sign-up at any time of year.

Childcare Apprenticeship:

The Rathbone Training centre in Hackney Downs offers a Childcare level 2 certificate in Childcare. It is an apprenticeship so most of the learning takes place with an employer which also means that you will get paid.

We support 16-18 year olds in finding placements in the early years sector while working towards their certificate once a week.

19- 24 year olds young people must have a work placement and Rathbone Training can be their day release training provider.

As a part of all of our courses we help young people access volunteering and work placements, so if you have any placements for young people please let us know.

Contact: Michael Burson

Phone: 020 7923 7255

Email: london@rathboneuk.org

Website: www.rathboneuk.org

Microsite: www.rathcity.com

 

PLEASE NOTE
This organisation is NOT sponsored or regulated by Hackney Council.


Address: 4-14 Spurstowe Terrace, Hackney, London, E8 1LT

Tel: 020 7923 7255

Email: london@rathboneuk.org

Web: www.rathboneuk.org


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