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Who is the Training Partnership Ltd?
Transcript of Who is the Training Partnership Ltd?
Our Student Support Officer is
We want you to be Happy!!!
What do you want to achieve?
Improve your English?
Experience a new Culture
Improve your skills?
Learn about Business
Life in England
• British people have sometimes been stereotyped as being cold or reserved.
• Most people will greet each other by shaking hands the first time they meet (especially men), but you may also see friends hugging one another (usually women).
• Queuing is very important to British people
• British people tend to use a lot of polite words - 'please', 'thank you', 'sorry' and 'excuse me'. People sometimes apologise even when something is not their fault!
• The British sense of humour can be very confusing - sarcasm is often used, as well as surreal/dark humour.
• Eye contact is seen as being sincere rather than impolite and if you look away a lot in a conversation, people may consider it rude as if you are not really listening or not telling the truth.
• Nodding the head means 'yes' and shaking the head means 'no'.
• British people will often hold a door open for one another - in old fashioned terms a 'gentleman' is supposed to hold a door open for a woman.
• Extreme physical closeness in a conversation may make British people feel uncomfortable.
• It is not usual for British people to be totally direct with someone e.g. in making a critical comment or refusing a request, as they do not like to offend or upset others. In the same way it is not usual to ask direct questions, e.g. how much someone earns, or how much someone weighs.
• When eating, it is generally considered impolite to make loud noises while you eat.
Food and Drink
Most people think of 'fish and chips' or an 'English breakfast' when they think of British Food - However, these are not common daily meals because both are high in fat. However Devon is full of home made products and traditional English restaurants, so while your here.. TRY IT!!
Lesser known British food includes a variety of pies including, stews, chops and steaks served with potatoes and vegetables and roast dinners. Quick snacks bought for lunch are usually a sandwich, soup or jacket potato. There is also a large variety of traditional cakes and desserts or 'puddings' and many different kinds of British cheeses. Devon is famous for its Cream Tea's, Ice Cream, Fudge, Pasties and Cider. I recommend you all try as much British food as possible while you are here!!!
Give it a TRY!!!!
Drinking culture is well-established in Britain and might seem very different to mainland Europe and what you are used to.
However, do not think it is compulsory, if you do not want to drink alcohol, it is very acceptable to buy soft drinks such as coca cola, orange juice and coffee.
- STAY SAFE -
The weather in the UK is often a topic of conversation because it is so changeable. Do not be surprised if you go out on a sunny day, to find that it suddenly begins to rain! The weather is generally mild to cool and it is rare that there are any extremes of temperature - Cloudy and rainy weather is fairly common in all seasons.
• A study has found that for more than half of British conversations turn to our climate at least once every six hours.
• A quarter of us deem the topic of such interest that we use it as an icebreaker.
• Our obsession with the weather runs so deep that almost 70 per cent of British people check the weather forecast at least once a day.
So if you are ever short of conversation with a British person mention the weather …and buy an umbrella ;).
What To Do
Meet new People
Treat the family with respect.
Treat the house with respect.
Ask to use the phone (even if it is an incoming call).
Be quiet when you do come in at night.
Leave the bathroom clean after you have used it.
Help with the washing up after dinner (you are not in a hotel).
Communicate with the family.
Only use Skype, Facebook or e-mail on your host family’s internet.
Let the family know if you are going to be late for dinner.
Let the family know the day before, if you are not coming in for dinner.
Turn lights and electrical appliances off when leaving your room.
Ask for advice or assistance from your host family if needed.
Download anything onto your PC.
Take food without asking.
Invite anyone into the house without asking first.
Spend a long time in the bathroom if it is shared.
Have a very, very long shower and use all the water.
Text/or have a phone conversation whilst eating dinner with your family.
Do not leave your drink cups for someone else to wash up.
Host Family Guidelines
The Training Partnership Ltd. does everything possible to match students with the best Host Family that we can, taking into account distance from work, language school, friends from their group and facilities on offer. Please be assured that we at TTPL always take time and effort to find what we believe is the best Host Family for our students.
YOUR HOST FAMILY
"My host family are beautiful. We had a lot of fun and a nice time. I will miss them"
Ulrike Szameitat - 2013
"Host family was nice and helpful. I would recommend them to anyone"
A British Family
Breakfast, Lunches & Dinner times
Doctors, Dentist & Hospitals
Finding your Feet & Getting Around
Plan your route!!
Transport around the Bay
Don't forget to Queue
Any Final Questions?
Knowing the Bay
WELCOME TO THE TRAINING PARTNERSHIP LTD.
Who are We?
Who is the Training Partnership Ltd?
Established in 1996, our Company was created for the specific purpose of providing a safe professional environment for young people undertaking Work Experience programmes far away from family, friends and their country of birth.
Our mission is three fold, our aim is to provide;
• A 24 hour Student Safety Assistance service
• Professional training programmes dedicated to the development of cross cultural fertilization of skills
• Quality programme specific to our your requirements
Is to encourage young people to develop their independence, self-esteem and confidence and understand the importance of cultural diversity.
What do we do?
The Training Partnership is one of the UK's market leaders in European Work Experience (all sectors of work) a Premier Provider in the field of EU Vocational Training, Educational Programmes or Technical Visits - tailor made and designed for individuals, students, groups and Educational organisations.
Help you to Discover Yourself
What we do for you!
Since the company was formed we have collaborated with over 60 International Partners from 17 different countries. Our Global Partnerships range from Language Schools, Education and Government Offices and Private Enterprises.
We have built a successful reputation based on loyalty, honesty, integrity and the successful implementation of quality programmes and student experiences.
Who We Work With
Sarah Piller - 2014
"I'm going to miss my host family! They are wonderful people"
Nicolas Rodriguez Fuentes - 2014
Welcome to Torbay!
Hallo, Herzlich willkommen in Torbay!
Hola, Bienvenidos a Torbay!
Ciao, benvenuto a Torbay!
Bonjour, Soyez bienvenus à Torbay!
Use your common sense
Behave as you would at home
Be aware of what’s going on around you.
Follow our advice!!
Torbay is NOT a dangerous place and staying safe here is easy
Personal Safety Tips
Don’t carry large amounts of money around with you
Don’t leave your valuables on display
Keep your host family’s address in your bag
Put the numbers of your host school, leader and host family into your phone NOW!
Important numbers for your phone
In an emergency always call
for Police, Ambulance, Fire Service or Coastguard
Police: 101 for non emergency
ICE: In Case of Emergency - your host family’s number
Important British Laws
It is illegal to buy or drink alcohol if you are under 18.
It is illegal to buy alcohol for anyone else who is under 18.
Drinking in pubs and nightclubs
It is against the law for anyone under 18 to buy alcohol in a pub or nightclub.
You will be asked for ID if you look under 18
USING FALSE ID IS AN OFFENCE AND
IT MAY BE SEIZED AND GIVEN TO POLICE
Even if you are over 18 there are some areas in Torbay where you cannot drink alcohol. Look out for this sign.
DO NOT ACCEPT DRUGS FROM ANYONE.
It is illegal to carry drugs with you if they have not been prescribed by your doctor.
It is illegal to carry anything you plan to use as a weapon.
Pepper spray and any blade over 7.6 cm is illegal in the UK.
POLICE SAFETY PRESENTATION
Tobacco and Cigarettes
You must be 16 years old to smoke cigarettes.
You must be 18 years old to buy cigarettes.
Do not drop cigarettes on the floor – you could be fined £75.
To help keep Torbay looking tidy, please put all your rubbish into the bins provided.
If you can’t see a bin on the street, please take your rubbish to your host family’s home and use the bin. If you are caught dropping rubbish, you could be fined £75.
We don’t have lifeguards on all of our beaches so take care in the water.
Out and About - On the Beach
Avoid swimming if you have been drinking alcohol
Please don’t leave rubbish on the beach.
Do not make a bonfire on any beach
Do not go ‘tomb stoning’
Out and About -
Please don’t feed the seagulls !!
Look out for jellyfish
Sammy the seal!!
you may be lucky and see dolphins
Do not draw graffiti anywhere
Do not steal
Many laws are the same as at home:
Do not hurt anyone
If you break the law in the UK your host families will be informed, your parents will be informed and you may be sent home.
We drive on the left (the correct!) side of the road.
Make sure you look both ways when crossing any roads.
Some things may be different in the UK…
In Britain it is normal to queue.
At the shop or bus stop please don’t push to the front, join the back of the queue and wait.
Use crossings where possible.
Look BOTH ways before crossing roads to stay safe
Lollipop men/women are there to keep you safe whilst crossing.
Our buses look like this. Make sure you find out which one will take you back to your host family’s house.
Healthwize, Union Street, Torquay
Brixham Hospital, Brixham
Midvale Clinic, Paignton
Castle Circus Health Centre, Torquay
Google ‘Sexual Medicine Services Torbay’ for a list of places to access sexual health services
Confidential sexual health advice and free contraception is available across Torbay
Friday and Saturday Night Time:
Paignton Town Centre
Torquay Town Centre
Brixham Town Centre
Police Officers Police Community Support Officers
People to look out for and say hello!
The Safe Place can help with:
If you are lost or vulnerable
Friday and Saturday Night Time:
Torquay Town Centre
Street Pastors - Safe Place
The CCTV is monitoring areas to prevent crime and Anti Social Behaviour and keep people safe
Topic's, Debates and Conversation skills!
Open to everyone!!!
Make new Friends
Come and See us
TTPL Torquay -
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time, location, map and bus route
We try to organise monthly trips
Please email and tell us what you would like!