Apprentice End Point Assessment Facilities officially opened in Gloucester
Our Chancel Close facilities cater for Level 2 and Level 3 in carpentry and plumbing, and final end point assessments for brick and property maintenance.
From the obvious to the not-so-obvious, we’ve put together a list of the top things that it's wise to avoid!
Creative industries are one of the fastest-growing sectors in the UK. With technology constantly evolving alongside the creative jobs that companies are looking for, the skills required for these positions are highly sought-after.
Open evenings are the perfect opportunity to get a feel for college. You’ll be able to ask important questions, take a tour of campus, meet your lecturers, and see how college life suits you.
Getting the most out of an open evening is the best way to make an informed decision on where you’d like to study. Not sure where to start or what questions to ask? We’ve compiled a list of top tips for attending an open evening:
The UK is known as a global hub of creativity for arts and media – but the creative industries cover far more areas than you may initially imagine.
Returning to education can feel like a big step, but it’s a fantastic way of improving your prospects if you’re looking to upskill or start a career in something new. Access to Higher Education courses help you transition back into the classroom whilst gaining the study skills and knowledge you need to move onto higher education.
The short answer is yes, but you need to do it the right way.
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.
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.