We've got a variety of garden furniture available including single seats, two- and three-seater benches, tables, and children's benches. Our garden furniture is made out of pressure treated decking wood but can be oiled at an additional charge.
Get in touch on 01878 700910 or come in to see us in the shop if you'd like something for your own garden. We can also organise for delivery at a small additional charge.
Check out our latest vacancies: Deputy Nursery Manager, Trainee Nursery Worker and After School Co-ordinator.
Closing date 31st July 2019.
Cothrom would like to offer you this exciting opportunity of Modern Apprenticeships in Hospitality Services and Hospitality Supervision and Leadership.
Both apprenticeships require the student to complete a Scottish Vocational Qualification (SVQ) at Level 2 or 3 and as the training is work-based, they have to complete a portfolio of evidence. The SVQ Level 2 has limited written work by the student, as most of the evidence is gathered through observation by the course tutor/assessor. The Level 3 Supervision and Leadership SVQ is aimed at more experienced staff and requires additional written work. More information on course content can be found Hospitality page.
The Modern Apprenticeship programme is funded by Skills Development Scotland and is FREE for those aged 16 to 19 wishing to access the SVQ Level 2, and to those 16 to 24 for the SVQ Level 3. You are required to be out of full time education.
Not only does the Modern Apprenticeships programme help you to expand your knowledge and skills, it can boost your career prospects.
Places are limited so if you are interested in these courses, or would like any further information, please contact Cothrom on 01878 700910 soonest.
Following discussions with Scottish Government, Skills Development Scotland are pleased to confirm that the Individual Training Account scheme (ITA) will reopen to new applications from 27 June 2019.
There will only be up to 15,000 applications for funding from this date until 30 September 2019. The scheme will be put on hold when the target of 15,000 is met or by 30 September, whichever comes first.
All applications made within this phase will be honoured provided they are verified within four weeks. Any applications not verified as being eligible for funding and converted to an assignment within four weeks will be deleted from the system and individuals will need to apply again, provided the 15,000 target has not been met by that point.
Cothrom is an approved Training Provider so why not register now and see what can offer you
We now have available garden benches and tables in a variety of sizes. Please see below for more information, or get in touch on 01878 700910 to learn more. Custom sizes and stains also available.
Do you have an agriculture, croft, farm, food and drink or tourism business in Uist?
The Rural Food Tourism Places project, commissioned by HIE, will provide support to help rural businesses explore diversification and ways to collaborate across these sectors. This will improve sustainability over the long term and help to make the most of what the area offers.
If you would like to learn more or get involved, come along to Cothrom on Friday 31 May from 9.30am (for a 10am start). Light lunch to follow. Please register with Lynne Maciver at - email@example.com
Many thanks for supporting Cothrom Òg in their fundraising and extra-special thanks to the children who danced the night away.
The Scottish Government will provided 1140 hours of funded childcare to all eligible children by 2020.
In the Western Isles this will come into effect from August 2019, delivered through the Comhairle.
Cothrom Òg is a partner provider which means that all children who are eligible can receive their funded hours at Cothrom all year (30 hours per week), between 8am and 5.30pm. For an application form, please contact the Nursery Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01878 700912.
National Numeracy Day is an annual celebration of the importance of numbers in everyday life. From getting the best supermarket deals to managing family finances, understanding salaries or getting a promotion at work - we all use numbers every day. Try out our short quiz or log onto the National Numeracy website and try out the Numeracy Challenge to test basic skills which you need in daily life and the workplace.
You can download the questions and the answer sheet below.
Can you write the following number using digits?
Ten thousand, five hundred and fifty three.
Should the < or > sign replace the @ sign to make the following statement true:
11960 @ 11959
There are 20 people in the park, if 5 people leave, what percentage of people will be left in the park?
What is 849 divided by 10?
Can you write 10:02 pm as 24-hour time?
What is 1000 + 700 + 40 + 3?
Henry pays £10 for 8 balloons, can you work out the price of each balloon?
Fred does 2 sit ups in January, 4 sit ups in February, 8 sit ups in March and 16 sit ups in April. If this pattern continues, how many sit ups will Fred do in May and June combined?
What number must be multiplied by 4 to make the sum of 44?
When added together, how many days are there in the months of March, May, September, November and December?
Cothrom Òg is currently looking to fill two nursery worker positions. For more information and application paperwork, please see our vacancy page.