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BIRMINGHAM YMCA

Trading names:
Birmingham Young Men's Christian Association (Incorporated)
UKPRN:
10043640

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About this provider

YMCA Birmingham is a charity providing Housing and Support Services and Children's Services across Birmingham and Solihul. It has an established training arm that has been providing CIH Housing Qualifications since 2012, in addition to other qualifications such as Key Skills English and Maths and short courses relevant to the Housing and Voluntary Sectors. Courses are provided on an open basis at our centre in Erdington or can be delivered in-house at customer locations.

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Overall rating from October 2018 to now

  • Excellent 0 out of 1 reviews
  • Good 0 out of 1 reviews
  • Poor 0 out of 1 reviews
  • Very poor 1 out of 1 reviews

Strengths

  • Getting new apprentices started (1)
  • Providing the right training at the right time (1)
  • Working with small numbers of apprentices (1)

Things to improve

  • Communication with employers (1)
  • Improving apprentice skills (1)
  • Reporting on progress of apprentices (1)

3 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Housing / property management Standard 3 Details
Housing / property management assistant Standard 2 Details
Senior housing / property management Standard 4 Details

Contact details

Website:
BIRMINGHAM YMCA website
Phone number:
0121 478 4245

Annual survey results

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