Vocational Skills Programmes

Personal Development and Vocational Skills Programmes

Working with our partner Llandrillo College (Coleg Llandrillo), Trinity Language Centre offers a wide range of vocational training and skill development programmes for young people and adults. The vocational college, which is located just a few miles from TLC, is rated by the Welsh Government as providing Excellent/ Grade 1 level teaching and has a lively and successful International Department with a UKBA Highly Trusted Sponsor Licence.

Vocational Skills

Would you like to improve your English or other language skills while developing your vocational skills at the same time? TLC and Llandrillo College are working together to help vocational students from overseas and the UK come to North Wales to achieve both of those goals. The programmes are highly flexible; they can run over 2 weeks or several months, can be combined with a local work placement if you wish and may also lead to externally validated qualifications. Taster sessions are available for school and colleges wishing to give their students a broad based experience as part of their career planning activities.

Areas of outstanding provision include:

  • Hospitality and Catering*
  • Art, Design and Photography*
  • Travel and Tourism*
  • Business, Management, Finance and Accounting*
  • Computing, IT and Gaming Design*
  • Construction, Civil Engineering and Boat Building*
  • Engineering and Electronics*
  • Renewable Energy and Power*
  • Health and Care and Child Care*
  • Sport, Recreation, Health and Fitness and Public Service*
  • Performing Arts and Music Technology
*Indicated offered to Graduate level

Personal Transferable Skills

Working with Llandrillo College, TLC is also able to offer Personal Skills, Transferable Skills and Work Preparation programmes for young people, graduates and the unemployed.
These bespoke programmes are designed according to your exact needs and can include:

  • Team Building
  • Employability Skills
  • Enterprise and business start-up skills
  • Problem Solving and Decision making
  • Communication and confidence building
  • Time Management and prioritising
  • Career planning and personal action planning
  • Work preparation for sector-based work (hospitality, construction, renewable energy, health and social care etc.)

At a glance:

High quality vocational skill training programmes, using the outstanding provision at Llandrillo College

High quality transferable skills training delivered in a residential setting

Work placements available locally

Option to combine with a language programme




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