Dyslexia Awareness Week 7th to 13th October 2019

Empowerment In the right environment – one where they are empowered to play to their considerable strengths – dyslexics are making invaluable contributions to individuals, organisations and our country. This year, Dyslexia Awareness Week is all about empowering people with dyslexia. Whether it be empowering them to access support, find careers where they can flourish in organisations that...
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Training providers: 5 ways to spot a good one

Training companies and training academies are collectively called independent training providers. Choosing the right training provider for a course isn’t easy. There are so many out there and it’s hard to be sure they are all professional organisations. Specifically, whether their training and support services are of high quality. Unfortunately, not all training providers will have the...
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Teenagers Re-Mix Careers For Global Aspirations

Kaci Lea Lynch, aged 16 and Tom Laird, aged 17, have both started exciting DJ work following music production training with Mode.  DJ residencies, playing music at private parties and even an invitation to work in Ibiza have come flooding in.   Queen of Clubs Kaci tells us how she began developing the skills to be a professional DJ: “I started at sixth form but realised it wasn’t for...
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Mode Embraces Symbiotic Business Approach in Dockside Move

Mode has confirmed an exciting new phase in its journey. The Mode relocation supports their long term curriculum and service development plans. Most importantly, it gives  talented students the best possible learning environment. In brief, the cutting-edge provider of music, hairdressing and business training has relocated to stunning reclaimed warehouse premises in Liverpool's North docklands....
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Why Invest in Recognised Training?

As many will testify, the most successful businesses invest in staff training. Indeed, even informal training methods such as work shadowing are useful ways of developing staff. However, it's proven that staff training resulting in qualifications brings bigger benefits to their employers. And we're talking about training programmes like apprenticeships. In addition, structured training: Unlocks...
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Firm Foundation for Music Career Progression

Mode has built excellent links with SAE Institute, a global leader in creative media. Therefore its students have a firm route for developing a music career.  Specifically, Mode's BTEC First in Music qualification can lead directly onto a degree in Audio Production with SAE. Path to a Career in Music Mode and SAE Institute have joined forces giving students a clear training route into...
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High interest for Mode courses at Skills Show

Exhibiting at the Liverpool City Region Skills Show in July proved to be highly successful for Mode with so many school pupils and parents attending the event. We received hundreds of visitors at our stand, all interested in finding out more about our Apprenticeships, Study Programmes and private courses in DJ Skills, Music Production, Hair and Make Up, Customer Service and Business...
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Made@Mode Aaron Jones Salon Owner

26 year old Aaron Jones joined Mode 7 years ago as a 19 year old who had lost his way since leaving school, in fact it was his probation officer who recommended he attend an interview at Mode to find out more about a hairdressing apprenticeship. It took Aaron a while to get into a routine and swap his lie ins for early mornings at a local salon travelling over to Liverpool every week for his...
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