MOULTON College provides a wide range of apprenticeships, helping students grow and providing great staff for local businesses.
For students, Moulton selects employers who can give them the best possible foundations, kick-starting their careers and providing ongoing progression. For employers, it picks students who will fit well with their business, work hard and make the most of the continuing professional development their employer can offer.
It works. Many successful students return to Moulton to recruit their own new apprentices to help grow their businesses. Likewise, many of Moulton's apprenticeship employers have returned repeatedly through the years, appreciating the lasting value of the committed, loyal staff they've helped to grow.
Moulton College works closely with employers to help them navigate the apprentice recruitment and training process, negotiate funding and, where relevant, get to grips with the recently-introduced apprenticeship levy.
The college is constantly expanding its business contacts, developing trusting, lasting relationships with local employers that benefit students and businesses alike.
Apprenticeships cover agriculture, animal care, bricklaying, property maintenance, carpentry and joinery, advanced and higher construction, floristry, food and drink, horticulture, housing practice and maintenance, plumbing and heating, stonemasonry, town planning technical support and wall and floor tiling.
If you're a potential employer or student, find out more by calling 01604 673575, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or clicking http://www.moulton.ac.uk/business/recruit-an-apprentice
Find your new employees
ON Wednesday 7 March, in association with local schools and the University of Northampton, Moulton College is hosting a careers fair that will bring together school-leavers (GCSE and A-Level) and employers from across the county, enabling them to meet and discuss employment opportunities that benefit both sides.
The event, which runs during National Apprenticeship Week, covers all industry sectors where Moulton offers apprenticeships and includes both GCSE and A-Level school leavers. There's a particular spotlight on degree apprenticeships in engineering and construction, which enable higher education students to earn while they learn and avoid student debt.
Industry keynote speakers will talk about the many highly technical and challenging opportunities in this sector, with students given a real flavour of what to expect through a series of Day in the Life workshops. These will outline the roles and pathways of degree apprenticeships within five different career routes: Commercial Manager, Project Manager, Civil Engineer (construction), Civil Engineer (design) and Construction Site Manager.
Moulton College's Apprenticeship Programme Leader Georgina Burton said: "Apprenticeships fill significant skills shortages in many sectors, with the best candidates in huge demand.
"We can keep the talent local and strengthen the area's skills pool by making sure employers have the chance to take up the most promising students before they're enticed elsewhere. Do come and meet them; we'd love to see you on 7 March."
For more information about this event please call 01604 673575 or email email@example.com