Bexhill College Apprenticeships provide a unique learning opportunity for you to kick-start your career while earning and learning. Is full time study not for you? If so, a Bexhill College Apprenticeship could be the perfect route for you to get a head start on your career.
About Bexhill College
Bexhill College provide outstanding post 16 early career opportunities across a diverse range of industries. Bexhill College provides strong bridges from school into college and work. The college delivers high quality training to their learners who will help you to get the best possible start and boost future career prospects.
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What do Bexhill College Apprenticeships involve?
Bexhill College Apprenticeships involve a work-based learning programme which will enhance your career through practical on the job training and off the job training enabling you to gain invaluable skills, real life work experience and a nationally recognised qualification. Do you prefer hands on learning? Want to make money while training? With a Bexhill College Apprenticeship you’ll do exactly that while building your knowledge and forging a career in an industry you’re passionate about.
Bexhill College offer a variety of Apprenticeship opportunities for you to kick-start your career in an industry you’ll love! Apprenticeships include:
- Business Administration
- Customer Service
- Health and Social Care
- Supporting Teaching and Learning
During your Apprenticeship with Bexhill College you’ll be assigned an individual assessor who will help you to develop your career through a training programme tailored to your requirements. Upon completion of your Bexhill College Apprenticeship you’ll open up opportunities for progression either to continue employment with your current employer, apply for other jobs in a relevant industry or to undertake a further level qualification.
Don’t want to do an Apprenticeship? Bexhill College offer a range of full time and part time course opportunities from performing arts to ICT and computing, business and law, art, media and design, child, health and social care, hair and beauty, hospitality, humanities, languages, maths and science, public services, performing arts, social sciences, sports and travel and tourism.