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Working with Schools

Belfast Met collaborates with schools and educational organisations throughout the year to provide exciting opportunities for young people aged 14 – 19 years. Students can enrol in specific courses or participate in workshops, competitions and events across a broad range of subjects relevant to their curriculum - To equip them with the knowledge, skills, and aspirations that will motivate them to pursue a fulfilling and enduring career of their choice. 

Future Skills Development for Teachers

 

Throughout our Schools Partnerships, we have developed an understanding of the support required to strengthen the skills and abilities of staff teams within the schools, and as a result, have identified a number of learning and training opportunities that may be of benefit to staff either as part of an ALC request or in collaboration with others schools/ALC’s.
Belfast Met’s Continuous Professional Development for Teachers offering is premised on a capacity building rationale where skills of academic and support staff can be developed by sharing training opportunities in a professional and trusted learning environment.

Events include

 

Skill Build ‘Have a go sessions’
Bring IT On – IT Events and workshops
Women into STEM – Workshops and events for girls

School Partners

 

  • Assumption Grammar School
  • Boys Model High School
  • Friends School Lisburn
  • Glenmona Resource Centre
  • Hazelwood Integrated College
  • Hillcroft Special School
  • Hunterhouse College
  • Little Flower Girl’s School
  • Longstone School
  • Loughshore Education Resource Centre
  • Mitchell House School
  • Rosstulla
  • St Colm’s High School
  • Fort Hill College
  • Malone College
  • Lisnagarvey High School
  • St Genevieve’s High School
  • St Gerard’s Education Resource Centre
  • St Louise’s Comprehensive College
  • St Patrick’s College Bearnageeha
  • Torbank School
  • Wellington College

Courses include:

  • ILM Level 3 Award In Leadership and Management Skills
  • CCEA Level 2 Award in Occupational Studies (Construction) Carpentry and Joinery and Brickwork
  • CCEA Advanced GCE in Health and Social Care (Promoting Positive Care)
  • CCEA Level1/ 2 Award in Occupational Studies (Design and Creativity) - Contemporary Cuisine
  • CCEA Level1/ 2 Award in Occupational Studies (Design and Creativity) – Patisserie and Bakery
  • BTEC L3 Subsidiary Diploma in Hospitality - Food/Drink 
  • NOCN Entry Level Life Skills Accessing Public Transport
  • NOCN Retail
  • NOCN Digital Media
  • NOCN Hospitality
  • NOCN Art
  • CCEA Level 2 Award in Occupational Studies (Construction) - Plumbing
  • CCEA Entry Level Certificate in Art and Design
  • NOCN Entry Level Award in English Skills- Writing Skills
  • NOCN Level 1 Award in Employability- Working as a Team
  • NOCN Level 1 Award in Employability  - Oral Presentation Skills
  • NOCN Level 1 Award in Employability - Communication Skills in Preparing for Work
  • Personal budgeting and Money Management
  • NOCN Level 1 Award in Employability - Recognising Diversity in the Workplace
  • NOCN Level 1 Award in Employability - Customer Care
  • BTEC L3 Sub Diploma Construction and the Built Environment -  Sustainable Construction
  • City & Guilds Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy
  • Edexcel BTEC L3 Subsidiary Diploma Business
  • CCEA Level 1/2 Occupational Studies  (Design and Creativity) Hairdressing
  • BTEC L3 Sub Diploma Creative I Media
  • City and Guilds L2 Playwork
  • CCEA Level 2 Award in Occupational Studies Electricla Installation  & Motor Vehicle