Re-Engage: Courses to reboot your future

Aged 16-18, not working or in education, and looking for the chance to get great training and qualifications? Reboot your future at Newham College!

If you are aged 16-18 and you are currently unemployed and out of education, Newham College has a portfolio of courses to help you to re-engage with your education and reignite your ambitions.

Newham College’s Re-Engage courses are six-month intensive qualifications designed to provide you with an individualised learning programme that supports your development and include:

  • A vocational qualification providing the knowledge and skills that you need to get a great career
  • Digital skills to help you gain that competitive edge in the job market
  • Expert English and maths support, critical to boosting your job or university application
  • Enrichment activities where you can learn new skills, play sports, socialise, and much more

Courses starting early 2021 include:

  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • Digital Technology
  • Hair & Beauty
  • Health Science
  • Catering & Hospitality

On successful completion of your programme, you’ll get a guaranteed place on a higher-level course and you will be well on your way to realising your career ambitions.

With dedicated learning spaces, industry-standard facilities, and expert teachers to support you each step of the way, you have no reason not to re-engage with your education and reboot your future.

Interested? Apply now for one of our courses below.

Business

Introduction to Business

Catering & Hospitality

Entry 3 Award in Hospitality and Catering

ESOL

Award in ESOL (16-18) Entry Level 1

Fashion & Tailoring

Creative Fashion Level 1

Hair & Beauty

Entry 3 Award Introduction to Hair and Beauty

Health & Social Care

Introduction Award to Health and Social Care and Early Years 

Policing & Uniform Services

Introduction to Public Services

Sports & Fitness

Introduction to Sports

Travel & Tourism

Level 1 Award in Travel and Tourism
Level 2 Award in Travel and Tourism