ATN

We strive to help our clients to fulfil their potential and forge a successful future.
This is achieved with our partners to develop a solid foundation and business strategy so we and they can be successful in delivering the programmes. 
Contact us to find out how we can work together to build a better tomorrow.

 

ATN provides quality education and training ranging from tuition for the young to targeted education/training to the post college mature learners. We do not believe that any age group should be disadvantaged. This ATN achieves through a whole host of programme iniatitives.

ATN is an approved centre for OCR, EDI and City & Guilds. We have a great infrastructure that can sustain the delivery of numerous courses across London. Our staff and trainers have experience delivering a wide range of courses aimed at empowering individuals and equipping them with the necessary skills to be successful in life.


SKILLS FOR LIFE

ESOL:
​Literacy – English Skills course covering all levels from Entry Level 1 to Entry Level 3, includes Speaking & Listening as well as the Full Award.

Numeracy – Mathematics skills course from Entry Level 1 to Entry Level 3

ICT Courses:
Start IT (ITQ) Entry Level 3 Award for IT Users
Level 1 Award for IT users
Level 1 Certificate for IT Users

Provision of the 'Skills for Life' programme is contracted to ATN via Richmond-Upon-Thames College and Barking and Dagenham College.
ESOL (Courses covering all levels from Entry Level 1 to Entry Level 3 and including Speaking & Listening as well as the full award),

Literacy (Courses covering all levels from Entry Level 1 to Entry Level 3) and English Skills;

Numeracy (Entry Level 1 to Entry Level 3) and Mathematics Skills;

ICT Courses:- Start IT (ITQ) Entry Level 3 Award for IT Users, Level 1 Award for IT users and  Level 1 Certificate for IT Users.

Provision of the 'Skills for Life' programme is contracted to ATN via the Richmond Upon Thames College and Barking and Dagenham College.

The Skills for Life strategy has one over-riding target (A) and four key delivery objectives (B-E):

A. PSA target: to improve the basic skills levels of 2.25 million adults between the launch of Skills for Life in 2001 and 2010, with an interim target of 1.5 million adults by 2007

B. Learner and employer engagement: to engage and increase participation of young people and adults from priority groups in literacy, language and numeracy learning

C. Ensuring capacity: to improve the planning and funding of literacy, language and numeracy provision so that learning provision is effective and well co-ordinated

D. Improving quality: to improve standards and quality in teaching and learning in literacy, language and numeracy and to remodel and professionalise the Skills for Life workforce.

E. Improving achievement and progression: to improve outcomes in literacy, language and numeracy provision and progression onto further learning and to assess the impact on social inclusion and economic outcomes.


Target groups

  • Unemployed people and benefit claimants
  • Jobseekers
  • Prisoners and those supervised in the community
  • Public sector employees
  • Low-skilled people in employment
  • Young adults
  • Other groups at risk of exclusion
  • Parents
  • People who live in disadvantaged communities

Our Vision

Courses