Become a strategic partner with Eastleigh College
As part of an exciting Government investment, Eastleigh College will be developing a brand new advanced Technology Centre, which we would be delighted to launch in partnership with local employers.
This state-of-the-art facility will help us deliver an extensive range of industry qualifications which are crucial in ensuring the economic development of the area and will offer young people and adults the opportunity to grow their skills in line with this.
Eastleigh College has a very unique curriculum offer which serves not only the borough but also the wider South-Hampshire area, meaning that any sponsoring organisations would be promoted throughout the region. These contemporary training facilities will be aimed at both businesses and individuals so, as an employer, we believe that you are best placed to identify the skills required from your workforce. We would welcome your influence on our curriculum design, work experience opportunities, Apprenticeships and pathways to employment.
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a strategic partner with Eastleigh College, please download an expression of interest form and send it to Emma Yorwerth, Head of Business Development and European Social Funding at Eastleigh College by emailing email@example.com by Friday 1st May 2015.
Eastleigh College is a leading provider of further education and was judged Outstanding by Ofsted in its May 2012 inspection. We work in partnership with local schools, businesses and the community to provide young people and adults with the skills needed for sustainable employment.
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National recognition for careers and enterprise innovation
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