Coronavirus Guidance: Full Time Students, Parents & Guardians
Please see this guidance for Full Time Students, Parents & Guardians.
Please see this guidance for Part Time and HE (Higher Education) Students.
Now is not only a great opportunity to find new ways of learning at home, it’s also a great opportunity to discover new passions and ways of developing and connecting differently.
Keeping your brain active will not only help you prepare for the return to school or college, but can also help you productively utilise all the time you have. Here are our top tips for just eight things you can do to keep your mind active.
It’s really important you look after your wellbeing and we’re here to help. Our support and wellbeing team have provided some advice and top-tips for staying well and managing anxiety and social isolation during this difficult period.
Please see this guidance for Employers.
Please see this guidance for Apprentices.
Please see this guidance for Key Workers and Vulnerable Students.
Applying for an apprenticeship is a little different to applying for a full-time college course and not everyone is guaranteed an apprenticeship.
There are two ways to get yourself an apprenticeship...
Here are just some of the top 10 apprenticeship questions answered…