Kickstart your recovery with MCMT & In-Comm Training

Kickstart your recovery with MCMT & In-Comm Training

We are proud to be taking part in the Government’s £2billion Kickstart scheme, which will create hundreds of thousands of high-quality 6-month work placements for young people.

MCMT & In-Comm Training will work with existing and new clients to help them access the programme, identifying potential job roles, creating a pool of talent and delivering accredited Level 1 qualifications to the individual.

Funding available for each job will cover the relevant National Minimum Wage for 25 hours per week, plus the associated employer National Insurance contributions and employer minimum automatic enrolment contributions. 

Kickstart

There will also be support available to give people new skills and to help them move into sustained employment after they have completed their Kickstart job.

Through the scheme, you’ll be able to access a large pool of young people with potential, ready for an opportunity and eager to support your recovery from Covid-19.

How we can help?

It’s the all-round package companies have come to expect from us. We’ll talk with firms to ensure they understand what is involved from the Kickstart programme and our expert advisers will identify potential jobs the young people can fulfil.

From there, we’ll support you to interview and find the right person and then, depending on the role, we can offer three tailor-made programmes that will be delivered one-day per week at one of our three world class technical academies.

The training will provide the individual with an accredited Level 1 qualification in the following areas:

Performing Engineering Operations
The weekly session will cover:

■ Working safely in an engineering environment
■ Carrying out engineering activities efficiently and effectively
■ Using and communicating Technical Information
■ Making components using hand tools and fitting techniques
■ Using lathes for turning operations

Business Administration
The weekly session they will cover the following topics:

■ Principles of personal performance and development
■ Principles of working in a business environment
■ Working with others in a business environment
■ Health and safety in a business environment
■ Principles of business communication
■ Principles of business administration
■ Manage time and workload
■ Use a telephone and voicemail system
■ Meet and welcome visitors in a business environment
■ Word processing software

An Introduction to Warehousing
The weekly session they will cover the following topics:

■ Working within the warehousing industry
■ Maintain hygiene standards when handling goods and equipment
■ Responsible disposal and environmental considerations
■ Working towards goals
■ Moving and/or handling goods in logistics operations
■ Preparing for an interview in the warehousing industry
■ Interview skills for the warehousing industry

What you need to know about the Kickstart scheme

We will initially prioritise young people aged between 16 and 24-year-olds who are ready for an opportunity and will be supported by a Jobcentre Plus work coach to enrol in the scheme.

The job placements created with Kickstart funding must be new jobs.

They must not:
■ Replace existing or planned vacancies
■ Cause existing employees or contractors to lose or reduce their employment

The roles must be:
■ A minimum of 25 hours per week, for 6 months
■ Paid at least the National Minimum Wage for their age group
■ Should not require people to undertake extensive training before they begin the job placement

All learners will receive support to look for long-term work and prepare them with the skills for this by being given:
■ Support with CV and interview preparation
■ Training to develop their skills, such as teamwork, organisation and communications as part of the role

In conjuction with:

Please Register your interest below:

Marches Local Enterprise Partnership
Growth Deals
European Union Regional Development Fund
Midlands Engine