Training and Apprenticeships
- Vocational Training
- Continuous Professional Development for Social Workers
- Work Placements
If there is a particular area you want to work in but you don't have the skills or experience you need, starting vocational training can be one of the best ways to improve your employability and gain the confidence and experience you'll need to land the job. Jobs for Haringey advisors can assist you with developing an action plan working towards your career goals.
If you do not meet the criteria for the Jobs for Haringey programme, Haringey Adults Learning Service offer a range of vocational courses. You may also find the right course at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL). You can reach the CONEL website by clicking through from the external links section below.
Apprenticeships can provide a range of benefits to people and the organisations they work for. They can be the first rung on the ladder of a successful and well paying career, and for employers it can be a way of attracting new talent and improving staff retention and productivity.
Haringey Council is working with a range of partners to increase the take up of apprenticeship opportunities. If you are interested in finding out more about how an apprenticeship could benefit you then please follow the links below:
Apprenticeships in Trade Areas
If you are interested in an apprenticeship in a trade, such as carpentry, plumbing, plastering etc, please see the Homes for Haringey website (external link).
Do you want to improve your skills and experience?
This form is for social workers wishing to apply for funded courses to maintain their professional development and learning.
Please also see the following:
- CPD guidance for social workers in Haringey 2014 (PDF, 493KB)
- CPD survey results January 2014 (PDF, 205KB)
- CPD blank template (Word, 12KB)
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