that take on an apprentice report benefits to their business
stay with the same employer
stay in employment after finishing their apprenticeship
What's the benefits to our students?
Kyra Davis, a Level 3 Health and Social Care student, completed 318 hours with clients at Lawley Bank Court.
This industry placement has given Kyra experience to offer her future employers and at the same time she has gained her qualification.
Wrockwardine Wood School
Chloe Foreman, a level 3 Health and Social care student, who completed her placement at Wrockwardine Wood School were delighted with her excellent performance and said
“Chloe enjoyed working with different groups of children and interacted well with staff and pupils.
“She was confident leading a group in their activity and the children made good progress when working with her.”
INDUSTRY PLACEMENTS with Telford College
There is a new Employer Support Fund of up to £750 per student
Gain a student for up to
45 days, arranged to suit your business needs attending your company
1 day a week
We’re now preparing for the brand new 2 year qualification T Level, arriving in Telford in 2022.
T Levels follow GCSE’s and are equivalent to 3 A levels bringing together a classroom 80% and work placement 20% and have been designed in collaboration with businesses www.tlevels.gov.uk
The work placement part of T Levels is called an Industry Placement, where students put their classroom learning into action with a company.
How Does This Help My Business?
Boost your corporate reputation
Gain a qualified trainee for your company team 1 day a week
Benefit from new ideas with the latest industry knowledge
Reduce recruiting costs and gain early experience of new employees for the future
Upskill existing employees who manage a new trainee, boosting morale
Demonstrate a social conscience supporting the future local work force
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Scarlett Jones who completed an Industry Placement
Level 3 engineering student completed her work placement with the Highways and Transport Engineering Dept of Telford and Wrekin Council.
The Group Manager of Engineering told us:
“Scarlett has been a great addition to our team, she is a confident and hard working person, who will achieve her goals with her hard work. She has learnt some AutoCAD skills while working with us.
This is a very useful skill to have and will help her with employment in the Engineering industry”
Jesse Gyaminah who completed an Industry Placement
His supervisor thought Jess’s performance and commitment was excellent.
Jesse has now progressed his career by securing a level 3 apprenticeship with a company as a Technical Drawing Assistant with Aceon.
The Group Manager of engineering told us :
“Jesse has been a great addition to our team, he is a confident and hard working person, who will achieve his goals with his hard work. He has learnt some AutoCAD skills while working with us.
Jesse was presented with an Outstanding Achiever Certificate Award from the College for his career success and is pictured here with Mark Thompson owner and new employer from the ACEON Group.