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Apprenticeships starting soon

For new and existing staff
January: Accountancy (AAT), Information Communications Technician, Property Maintenance
February: DevOps Engineer


There’s only one way to get the team you want. Build it. In today’s recruitment market, even if you can afford to, hiring experienced people with the exact skills you need can be a challenge.

That’s where professional training and apprenticeships come in.

By developing the staff you’ve got, and bringing in new apprentices to support them, you can get the skills your organisation needs now, and build a solid pipeline of talent for the future. 

We have training programmes available in a wide range of areas, including Accounting (AAT), Automotive, Business Support, Construction and Building Services, Education and Early Years, Engineering, Hairdressing, Health and Social Care, Hospitality, HR, IT and Cyber Security, Management, Marketing


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Shaping employees of the future with AAT apprenticeships

Griffiths Marshall, a reputable accountancy firm in Gloucestershire, specialises in comprehensive accounting services and uses apprenticeships as the way of nurturing the next generation of proficient finance professionals. We sat down with Nuala Beardsal, Group Practice Manager, to explore the company's motivation for investing in apprenticeships as part of their strategy for business growth.

Our next intake of AAT apprenticeships starts in January 2024.

Empowering Excellence: Carpentry Apprentice Wins the South West Apprentice of the Year Award

In a resounding testament to the transformative power of apprenticeships, Amy Brown, our apprentice has not only broken barriers but also proven that dedication, passion, and skill know no gender boundaries.

Bamboo Technology: Developing people’s skills with WEIoT

WEIoT supports Bamboo’s training and development needs by ensuring that its employees and apprentices have access to industry knowledge and skills to deliver the best possible service to customers and stakeholders.

Enabling diversity and creativity in cyber through apprenticeships

Diversity is key to ensuring a progressive workplace and bringing in apprentices fosters a collaborative workplace between a range of workers from different backgrounds. At NTC, this has been extremely beneficial; the apprentices have brought great energy and plenty of new ideas to the business.

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Why Gloucestershire College?

We guide any ambitious and motivated person on their journey through education and their career, by providing the right environment that encourages and nurtures individual talents.

Our industry-standard facilities and experienced teaching team provide our students with the skills businesses truly need.

90% of students would recommend GC and 95% said that the teaching on their course was good.

Ofsted has rated us good.

  • We offer industry relevant facilities
  • Our lecturers are passionate subject specialists
  • Employers value our students' skills

We'll look after you. We have dedicated teams to help you and a great Learning Mentor scheme.