AYDA Training aims to increase opportunities to develop new skills, improve knowledge and build confidence. High youth unemployment and lack of skills needed for employment can lead to increased crime amongst young people, involvement in gang issues hence decreases willingness to engage with mainstream life. Therefore, providing opportunities to acquire new skills in a sensitive environment will boost employment prospects. AYDA training programmes will help change participants’ mindsets and by helping them to become employable will allow them to contribute to the wider community.
AYDA accredited training will provide an opening and lead to opportunities in education and in workplace.
BTEC and NVQ Qualifications:
- Award in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care (QCF)
- Preparation for Life and Work
- Business Administration and Law
- Customer Services
- Business and Administration
- Health and Social Care
- Team Building skills
|Developing Awareness of Cultural Health Practices|
|Responding to Practices of FGM in UK|
|Understanding Female Genital Mutilation|
AYDA offers business consultancy to voluntary, small to medium-sized organisations.