Introducing ADA: The Advanced Digital Academy
We’re excited to offer a sneak peek into our new cyber and computing training venue at Cheltenham Campus
As part of National Apprenticeship Week 2021 taking place on 8-14 February, Gloucestershire College's Business Hub team invites you to join us for this special business event to discover apprenticeships and the incredible impact they are having within organisations across the county and beyond. Find out more here.
Approved by a panel of industry experts, Gloucestershire College’s Cyber Security Degree Apprenticeship in collaboration with UWE Bristol has been accredited with ‘Tech Industry Gold’. Read more here.
Gloucestershire College’s Business Hub team is hosting a free webinar on Wednesday 20 January at 2pm to discover the Human Resources apprenticeships available at GC, essential for all organisations during these turbulent times. Find out more and book your place here.
Back in July, the government announced new incentive payments for employers to encourage the recruitment of new apprentices. Originally planned to end on 31 January 2021, the incentive payments have now been extended to 31 March 2021. Find out more here.
The latest cohort of trainees at Gloucestershire College have successfully completed their eight-week training programme at the College and will be heading out on their employment placements in the new year. Find out more here.
The new edition of the Gloucestershire College Professional Training Guide is available to download now! It contains information on the professional services training and apprenticeship courses offered at the College for local businesses and their employees
We have all had to adapt rapidly this year. We now know that we can work from home or online from wherever we choose. Many professionals have reaped the rewards of this new flexible way of working, leaving hour-long commutes behind and enjoying a ‘new normal’ work-life balance. While working from home comes with many positives, the real question is can we do it safely and securely?
Around this time of year, we celebrate the achievements of our higher education graduates with a Higher Awards Ceremony in the grand setting of Gloucester Cathedral.
The anticipated event would have been our 30th annual celebration in 2020, however, due to the current pandemic, we are unable to celebrate in person. We are hopeful, COVID restrictions permitting, that we will be able to invite all of our 180 graduates to a ceremony in 2021.