Please read the important information below:How your personal
information may be used by the ESFAThe Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) is an executive agency of the Department for Education (DfE). This privacy notice explains how we use your personal information. For the purposes of relevant data protection legislation, the DfE is the data controller for personal information processed. The ESFA is responsible for funding education and skills in England for children, young people and adults. It is also responsible for delivery of key services in the education and skills sector in England including the apprenticeship service, the provision of information, advice and guidance through the National Careers Service, and the Learning Records Service. We may use your personal information in our delivery of this work. We will only keep your personal information for as long as we need it after which it will be securely destroyed.
Your information may be shared with third parties for education, training, employment and well-being related purposes, including for research. This will only take place where the law allows it and the sharing is in compliance with data protection legislation.
The English European Social Fund (ESF) Managing Authority (or agents acting on its behalf) may contact you in order for them to carry out research and evaluation to inform the effectiveness of training.
You will be asked at enrolment if you would like to be contacted about courses or learning opportunities and for surveys & research by either post, email or phone. These will be recorded on your learner account and can be changed at any time. To do so please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information about use of and access to your personal data, details of organisations with whom we regularly share data, information about how long we retain your data, and how to change your consent to being contacted, please visit: www.gov.uk/government/publications/esfa-privacy-notice
How the College will use your informationWe will use your
information to provide the service requested. We may share your personal data
between our services and with partner organisations, such as government bodies
and the police. We will do so when it is of benefit to you, or required by law,
or to prevent or detect fraud. To find out more, go to
www.thurrock.gov.uk/privacy. You can get free internet access in our cyber
cafe, at libraries and local community hubs.Where you provide a mobile
number and/or an email address we will use these to contact you regarding any
courses you enrol on or enquire about.
Course FeesFees for courses are based on learners being aged 19+ and meeting funding & residency requirements. For more information please see our website or phone 01375 372476.Non-Qualification CourseThere are up to 3 prices for courses that do not lead to a qualification:* Full fee* Concessionary fee (in receipt of a benefit or those aged 65+ and not in full time employment)* Free (on selected wellbeing courses or those in receipt of JSA, ESA WRAG + Universal Credit; income limit applies)When applying online you will need to select the correct concession to reduce your fee. By selecting a concessionary rate you are declaring you are entitled to this reduced fee. Falsely claiming a reduced rate is fraud and a report will be made to the appropriate authorities where we become aware of such activity. We perform random, regular checks.Qualification CoursesYou can book your assessment for qualification courses online but will need to enrol in person and bring in any evidence of benefits/low income.Up to Level 2These courses are subsidised by the government and there are 2 prices:* Full Fee* Free
Many courses, up to Level 2, are free for learners, for more information please click here or phone 01375 372476.Level 3+These courses are not subsidised and learners are required to pay the full cost of the course. For information on payment methods please click here or phone 01375 372476.
Starting: Thursday 23 February 2023
Location: Online using Google Meet
Duration: 1 sessions over 1 week(s)
Start Time: 12:30
By continuing you confirm that you are 19 or over and have agreed to the privacy statement
Explore the best ways of effectively finding your dream job. Get to know the benefits and drawbacks of a range of job search methods, such as Facebook and LinkedIn. Identify terminology used by recruiters.This course is for the local community as it includes context/information only relevant to those who live/work in the surrounding areas.This course will be delivered online. You will need to have internet access and be able to participate in online activities including a group video call. The courses will be live so you will need to join 10 minutes before the advertised start time. Please see the Course Information Sheet for more details about resources required. ** Please note: using a mobile phone could incur additional data costs and isn't practical for most courses **
Start Date: 23 February 2023
Start Time: 12:30
Day: Thursday Afternoon
Session Duration: 01:30
Number of Sessions: 1
Online using Google Meet