5 Things You Need to Know About Apprenticeships
Apprenticeships have hugely changed over the last 10 years and are more in-demand than ever.
Here are 5 things to know about apprenticeships...
Gloucestershire College has become the first UK college to fully achieve the national Quality in Careers Standard on its first assessment with Complete Careers (Career Mark) since the changes in careers statutory guidance in 2018. The national award recognises excellence in careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) for young people.
Since announcing the launch of their brand new cyber degree apprenticeship programme, Gloucestershire College and the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) have been putting preparations in place for providing the highest quality cyber training for their new recruits from September 2020.
In light of the recent government change, which allowed non-levy paying SMEs to gain full access to the Digital Apprenticeship Service (DAS), Gloucestershire College is reassuring county businesses that it can support them through the process of administering and paying for apprenticeship training.
Gloucestershire College is excited to announce that, for the third year running, it has been recognised in the national TES FE Awards, after being shortlisted in the 2020 Employer Engagement category.
Gloucestershire College is pleased to make it even easier for learners to apply by offering online payment for a number of courses from January 2020.
The Milestone School, part of SAND Academies Trust has been recruiting apprentices for over five years, ranging from school leavers to more mature apprentices, to meet the needs of the school and its pupils. Taking on apprentices has enabled the school to benefit from staff of a range of ages, life skills, experience and expertise, which has added depth and breadth to the whole school staff team.
Ahead of this month’s UN Climate Change Conference in Madrid, Gloucestershire College declared its commitment to tackling climate change by becoming one of the first UK colleges to sign the Global Climate Emergency Letter, in addition to The SDG Accord.
Gloucestershire College is delighted to announce it is now an ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management) Approved Centre delivering the online-only Level 3 Diploma in Leadership and Management.