Reynolds Training Academy May Newsletter

Posted: 04/05/2022 | In Category: Training

Reynolds Training Academy May Newsletter

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!

Beauty Therapy


Training is delivered through VTCT qualifications, NVQ Level 2, Level 3 & 4 Beauty Therapy and Makeup courses. Interviews are now open.

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Performing Arts


Full time professional Performing Arts training. Auditions are open for places. ISTD DDE courses also available.

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Personal Training


Level 3 PT courses – authentic physical training and facilities. Interviews are now open for courses.

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March Staff Birthdays


This month we will be celebrating (and eating cake!) with:

  • 11.05 Amie Donnelly
  • 14.05 Rachel Gasson
  • 20.05 Zoe Maxwell

RTA & RPA Updates


Please see below beauty course updates.

Level 3 19+

The course will run one day a week 9.30am-3pm and then on a second day, alternate weeks 10am-2pm. All face-to-face learning and term time only. The course will be for 6 months.

Make-up Artistry

The course will be running at Dartford 9.30am-4pm.

RPA Level 4 Intensive Course

Trying to decide what to do after A-Levels? Did you know RPA offer a 1 year Level 4 intensive course.

This is the perfect course if you are wanting to polish your skills, prepare for the industry, or continue to train at a professional level before moving onto further training. Pathways available in Dance, Musical Theatre and Acting. Get in touch if you would like to find out more!

May Awareness


2 to 8 May is Deaf Awareness Week, with ‘deaf inclusion’ this year’s theme, highlighting the impact of hearing loss on everyday life and increase visibility and inclusion of deaf people, young and old. Rose Ayling-Ellis has made a huge difference to our awareness, and there are over 50,000 deaf children and young people in the UK. Many will be sharing their stories on #MyDeafStory.

9 to 15 May is Mental Health Awareness Week, with ‘loneliness’ this year’s theme. Our connection to other people and community is fundamental to protecting our mental health. We must find better ways of tackling the loneliness epidemic. So, reach out, keep in touch; a call, conversation, meet, text, email, Facetime, videocall; a smile, an act of kindness all help us stay connected and reduce loneliness. Let’s all play our part, in the RTA community and beyond, and for 52 weeks a year, not only one.

Action for Happiness calendar is for Meaningful May – let’s find ways of being part of something bigger ie community to reduce loneliness

Brooke Cashin


Huge congratulations to RPA Graduate @brookecashin for achieving her DDE Modern unit 4 with incredibly high marks Brooke has studied DDE with us, under the direction of DDE tutor @dcwhitstable through lockdown and professional dance contracts abroad. Her work ethic is incredible and we are very proud!