Training Opportunities

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Working on your personal development is not only essential for your own self-improvement, but can also help you thrive professionally.

Here at Twenty11, we work with different organisations and training providers that offer those opportunities. Take a look below to find out more.

Bucks Business First 

For free and paid courses and webinars.

Bucks Business First is a business-led, business-focused community for new, established and growing businesses across Buckinghamshire. It offers regular free workshops which are fantastic for the entrepreneurs out there, thinking of starting their own business. These include:

  • Be your own boss - two day course 
  • Business information sessions
  • Digital accounting
  • Virtual information and networking sessions
  • Any many more.

Visit the Bucks Business First website for the full list and to register.

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Bucks Adult Learning

For free and paid courses.

Bucks Adult Learning provide inclusive learning opportunities to promote wellbeing and inspire people living or working in Buckinghamshire to achieve their potential. They offer a range of courses and workshops - over 1,500 to be exact.

Take a look at their range of free workshops on the community outreach area of their website. They offer:

  • Employability workshops
  • Wellbeing workshops

They also offer a range of free flexible online learning courses such as:

  • Digital skills for work
  • Principles of Business Administration - Level 2 certificate
  • Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care - Level 1 and level 2 certificate
  • And many more.

See a list of ALL courses.

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The Toolshed

The Toolshed helps young people explore who they are, guide them through their learning and support them in gaining an income.

They offer the following courses and support:

Construction skills

  • Carpentry and joinery
  • Painting and decorating
  • Site work experience

Work and study

  • Work placements
  • Employability skills
  • Functional skills

Life skills

  • Basic cooking techniques
  • Household shopping
  • Making a simple meal

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Realising your potential

If you live in one of our homes, you might want to work with one of our Community Potential Specialists. They can work with you on a one-to-one basis to provide life coaching, motivation and support. They can help you to access training or work experience, improve your confidence and wellbeing, help with your career goals – or anything else that you have set your eyes on.

We work with a network of local partners to give you access to exciting and varied opportunities.

Read more about our realising potential approach.

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How to get online

Here at Twenty11 we’re digital first, which means the main way we communicate with our tenants and customers will be online, whether that be via our portal, by email or video calls.

We know that sometimes not everyone is able to get online from home, so we've put together a guide which provides some helpful tips on where you can get online, as well as details of some courses and support if you want to strengthen your digital skills.

Visit our How to get online page