The Air & Defence Career College
The Air & Defence Career College at Lincoln College offers employer-led, career-oriented vocational and engineering courses for 16-19 year-olds. We will have more than 16 enrollment enrolments on our Lincoln campus, followed by our first enrollment in September 2017. They will participate in industry-specific programs that will be shaped by our employees, enabling them to pursue their desired careers.
The Career College spends a considerable amount of their working life exploring the business environment first hands through an extended program of work experiences. Lecturers will join their college mentors to share their expertise and experiences. Have a look at our Air & Defence College Course Guidebook.
As part of a nationwide networking program, Career Colleges give 16- to 19-year-olds the abilities they need to get started in a particular area. London's South East Colleges offers many interesting career possibilities in the hotel and restaurant business. The hallmark of our Career College is the groundbreaking industrial backing.
You will learn abilities that are important for the actual working environment. There are a number of levels 1, 2 and 3 qualification levels for our 16 to 19 year old students. In this way, you can continue to evolve and specialise in specific areas. Built to the highest standards, our industry-standard kitchen and the BR6 restaurant, run by students and run by commercial staff, offer a realistic working outing.
Last year, our undergraduates attended a number of top institutions in London, among them the Shard and the Hyatt Regency - The Churchill, to find out more about what it's like to work in the hotel world. The BR6 construction process was concluded in April 2017, when Career College set up its all-new BR6 baking house.
Careers College - Gateshead College
The employer and educational sectors are joining forces to start a new campaign to provide youngsters in the North East with the necessary abilities to safeguard good employment and career prospects. The Gateshead College will establish a 14-19 Career College for Architecture and Construction Management, with a direct inclusion of regional leaders in the syllabus.
Encouraged by the Career Colleges Trust, this groundbreaking initiative will improve the university's existing ties with provincial and provincial institutions of employment, while strengthening ties with district high school. Gateshead College's proclamation comes at the same time as Career College's study released today (29 November), which shows that there are differences between what HR decision-makers want to see on resumes and what youngsters think they want to see.
Over the past 12 month, Gateshead College has worked with a strong relationship of architecture, design, engineering, building and site supervision under the Plan BEE (Campaign for Design for CHA in Built Environment Education) led by Ryder Architecture. It is the goal of the alliance to close qualification loopholes in their sector and at the same time to create more precious individuals through a new architecture and managment program.
You teamed up with Northumbria University to develop this new, higher career path in the industry and successfully enlisted your first team in 2016. According to Judith Doyle, director and general manager of Gateshead College: For this reason, we have created 14-16 curricula as part of the new "Career College" program, which we will launch in September 2017.
Gateshead College employs Barratt Homes, Cundall, Sir Robert McAlpine, Ryder Architecture, FaulknerBrown Architects, Xsite Architects and the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT). As Lord Baker says: "I am pleased that our Career College organization continues to expand. Partnering between the employer and the FE universities is the crucial factor in making sure that young workers are sufficiently qualified and ready for work.
Gateshead College's training programs are funded by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) and the European Social Fund (ESF). It is the responsibility of the UK Arts Funding Agency to improve the abilities of England's young and adult staff to make sure we have a world-class team. European Social Fund is changing life through better qualifications and better career opportunities.