Welcome to Reynolds Training Academy Newsletter, keeping you up to date with RTA & RPA, high value information, stories, upcoming meetings and events, company news and much more!
Training is delivered through VTCT qualifications, NVQ Level 2, Level 3 & 4 Beauty Therapy and Makeup courses. Interviews are now open.
Full time professional Performing Arts training. Auditions are open for places. ISTD DDE courses also available.
Level 3 PT courses – authentic physical training and facilities. Interviews are now open for courses.
This month we will be celebrating (and eating cake) with:
30.12 Kelly Ray
Assessors course beginning February 2022.
We will be running a VTCT Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement for Beauty or Fitness out of the Reynolds Training Academy in Rainham, Kent.
The course requirements are you must be aged 19 or over and you must hold a level 3 qualification in beauty or personal training.
19+ funding available via the government advanced learning loan.
The course will be a Monday 10am-3pm. After the 6 weeks you will have a placement at our RTA in either Dartford or Rainham (please note this may be on any day of the week that suits you best).
The cost of the course is £811.
You will finish the course having the knowledge and skills to be able to assess learners and complete the whole process building toward their achievement.
To apply for an interview, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Interviews will be held in January 2022.
DONATIONS & AWARENESS
RTA are accepting food bank donations until the 15th of December. All donations welcome but in particular long-life milk, tinned meats, tinned fish, tinned fruit, custard, biscuits, chocolate, jars of coffee, baby food and hygiene products. Please drop your donations to Rainham Training Academy and thank you in advance.
International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3rd December) celebrates almost 30 years of driving meaningful change; raising awareness, promoting rights, more inclusivity, equality and well-being of, and for, those with disabilities. This year’s theme is ‘Not All Disabilities are Visible’. Many, like mental health disorders, chronic pain, fatigue, heart conditions are invisible – but that does not make them any less devastating to someone’s quality of life. Indeed, few disabilities, learning difficulties, and/or ongoing, or long term, physical or mental health conditions, are visible. So, let’s remember that many people, including other students and tutors, may be managing conditions, or supporting someone else who has, on a daily basis, and we’ll have no idea.
MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR
It was fabulous to greet our new learners in September and they are all doing really well. It has been an exceptional start to this term with the learners settling into their new groups. Assessments have begun and the students are doing amazingly.
I am sure you will join me in thanking all of the staff for the hard work they put in to make sure our learners are well supported in their learning.
We hope you all enjoy your Christmas break and wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
December’s Action for Happiness calendar
DECEMBER ADVENT MINDFULNESS CHALLENGE
These easy to do daily habits will help you make a difference in being more mindful throughout the day.
View the Mindfulness Challenge