Supplying Talent


  • Recruit from a pool of qualified and highly-trained graduates.
  • Invest in tomorrow’s workforce by providing a valuable apprenticeship.
  • Inspire today’s students by offering a professional work placement.

Recruit from a pool of qualified and highly-trained graduates

Our students combine academic achievement with industry experience, so they’re ready for the workplace as soon as they get their qualifications. Further and Higher Education Colleges set themselves apart by providing students with practical experience though work placements, projects and site visits.

Many lecturers bring their industry experience into the classroom, teaching students the skills relevant to the workplace. All qualifications are professionally recognised and accredited by awarding bodies, so you can have confidence that you are recruiting from a pool of qualified and highly-trained graduates.

Invest in tomorrow’s workforce by providing a valuable apprenticeship

Apprenticeships provide recognised training and qualifications for new or existing employees (aged 16 and over). The apprenticeship programme is designed to suit your needs, so it’s a great way to improve your workforce’s skills and help your business harness fresh talent.

Apprentices learn from qualified lecturing staff and have the opportunity to use the latest technology to develop techniques needed for both now and the future.

Inspire today’s students by offering a professional work placement

Skilful students can be placed in your business for up to a year. They add value by bringing an innovative and enthusiastic approach, together with the latest academic knowledge.

By employing a placement student you can extend your team without the commitment of offering a permanent contract. And if the need arises, you can streamline your recruitment process by employing the student on a full or part-time basis. Most Further Education courses have a work placement element built into the programme, so placement students are available across a wide range of sectors.