Looking for training to start a career?
We have many Apprenticeship and Foundation Pathway opportunities.
Call us today for an informal chat on Lincoln (01522) 532225 or
Boston (01205) 354171 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is ISIS Training?
As one of Lincolnshire’s most respected learning providers we can provide new and existing staff with nationally recognised qualifications and assist young adults between the ages of 16 – 24 to find suitable apprenticeship qualifications. We also offer Foundation Learning Tier training for young adults between the ages of 16 – 19 which covers:
Personal and Social skills
We offer the latest QCF Standards: -
NVQ Level 2 Certificate (Foundation)
NVQ Level 3 Diploma (Intermediate)
NVQ Level 4 Diploma (Technician)
We Offer Many More Qualifications:
Business and Administration
Customer Service in Retail
IT (Information Technology) Both user and practitioner
Hospitality and Catering
Plus a variety of other specialist and bespoke training including:
Health and Safety
Employability Skills including CV Building/Interview Techniques
Adult Numeracy and Literacy Level 1/Level 2
Also a variety of other courses please contact ISIS Training for further information.
Lincoln Academy trading as ISIS Training is working with Ingeus to deliver the Work Programme, a government funded welfare to work programme which is match funded by the European Social Fund. The European Social Fund is investing in jobs and skills – focusing on people who need support the most and helping them fulfil their potential.
ISIS Training raised £152.50 for Comic Relief!
Winners of the Red Nose Day Raffle drawn 18th March 2011:
1st Prize – Love Links jewellery sponsored by Maude’s, The Jewellers – Richard Appleton
2nd Prize – £25 fresh flowers sponsored by Tina’s Tributes – Collette Steadman
3rd Prize – Canvas art prints sponsored by P&M Framing & Gallery – Cynthia Robinson
£15 facial sponsored by Cutting Mill – Suzanne Chambers
Hair care travel kit sponsored by Cutting Mill – Andrea Young
Meal for two sponsored by Taste of Europe – Grace Clark
Makeover sponsored by Scent – Amy Hinton
Meal for two sponsored by Tates Fish Restaurant Peter, Grammar School
£5 voucher sponsored by Archie Hardwisk’s Deli – Grace Clark
Chocolates sponsored by Britannia Smeeton Panton Removals – Vanessa Everington
Chocolates sponsored by Britannia Smeeton Panton Removals – Tracy Tuck
Suduko sponsored by Britannia Smeeton Panton Removals – Colin Ashmore
Wine sponsored by Beijing Buffet – Claire Panton
Bath goodies sponsored by Sparkledust Sanu Corke
Hair towels sponsored by Kayleigh Panton – Pip Whiteman
Calendar sponsored by Kayleigh Panton – Kyrilee Hall
Lush bath set sponsored by – Collette Steadman
Congratulations to Andrea Young who guessed the name of the bear as Lewis and to Kirsty Beresford who guessed Gok Wan in the sweepstake, winning £16.
Many thanks to everybody who contributed especially AllSigns Boston for printing the raffle tickets and Digital Printing Services for the donation of a poster.
The future of the Technology Exemplar Network, of which ISIS Training are one of the 16 Exemplar providers, was confirmed at the LSIS Embracing Technology Conference in Birmingham on 2nd Feb 2010. Support for the network will be transferred from Becta to the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) and will continue to promote and support the use of technology throughout the FE sector through a peer support network consisting of 16 provider mini-networks, each lead by one of the Exemplar providers. The full press release detailing the transfer of support from Becta to LSIS is shown below.
Improving the use of technology across further education and skills
Understanding and sharing the benefits of using technology within the further education and skills sector is the cornerstone of the day-long Embracing Technology for Success conference which takes place today – 2 February 2011.
The event also sees the launch of the transfer of technology support for the sector from Becta to LSIS combined with the signing of a Concordat between LSIS and JISC Advance. The Concordat sets out how the two organisations will work together to ensure coherent support to the sector to maximize the benefits of technology. The functions transferring to LSIS offer real value and expertise to support learning and skills professionals. Becta and LSIS have had a close and effective working partnership and the fact that the work is continuing is a positive testament to that relationship.
Rob Wye, LSIS Chief Executive says: “The Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) is pleased to continue the provision of this support. Becta has provided this service to the sector over recent years, including providing strategic leadership of technology support, and leading the development of Generator and the Technology Exemplar Network (TEN) while JISC Advance’s Regional Support Centres, enriched by the specialised resources of JISC and the JISC Advance services, have been given direct advice and support to individual colleges and providers. “We aim to embed effective use of technology across all of LSIS’s services to FE colleges and training providers so that the benefits of technology in the 21st century can be truly realised. Our new formal partnership with JISC Advance will enable us to ensure the legacy of Becta’s work is embedded across JISC Advance’s services and our two organisations deliver a more joined up package of support that meets the sectors’ needs in the most cost-effective way”
Guy Lambert, the Managing Director of JISC Advance said “It is a particular priority of mine to ensure that by working together with other sector bodies in an open and co-operative manner, we maximize the benefits we can bring to learning providers and provide the best possible value for money. Supporting the sector to deliver excellent results for learners and the community is what we are here for.”
For information about our IAG service, please go to the ‘About Us’ section, where you will find the IAG Principles and a declaration of our services.
In 2011/2012 EMA will be replaced by an Enhanced Learners Support Fund which will be managed by schools, colleges, and training providers. A timetime for funding allocations will be made by the end of March 2011.