Our students have attained achievements through training with Aigburth Training Opportunities - here are their stories.
ATO is delighted to announce a list of students who have explored the opportunities and gains of Higher Education.
Our K2A Programme is designed to help students, aged 16 - 18, gain the necessary skills to progress to a full apprenticeship.
Hanna's experience of school was quite negative. She had always wanted to become a teacher but she left school with few qualifications and many unhappy memories.
When Rachael enrolled on the Key to Apprenticeships programme at Aigburth Training Opportunities (ATO), she was experiencing difficulties in her personal life, living with her social worker due to problems with foster carers. This had an impact on her behaviour: she was disruptive during training sessions and often missed classes.
A big congratulations to Ashley Standish, Catherine Binns, and our very own Deputy Manager Danielle Clarke who graduated in July 2011, after successfully achieving Foundation Degrees in Early Years and Management.