Eastleigh College has today launched a new website that will provide a more detailed source of information about our range of full-time and part-time courses and apprenticeships, as well as improved functionality for users.
As the College has grown and developed its digital learning opportunities for its learners, it also identified the need for a streamlined website which enabled audiences to access all the information they need quickly, from a range of devices.
The site now has dedicated areas for school leavers and those switching from other colleges, employers seeking professional development for their staff and adult learners, both professional and hobbyist. It hosts a range of information including upcoming college events, services and facilities, as well as detailed course and apprenticeship outlines which users can apply for and, in some cases, pay for online.
Eastleigh College’s Marketing Manager, Lynsey King, said: “We’re delighted with the new website which will make it easier for our customers to make critical decisions about why we are the right learning provider for them. It has involved a great deal of hard work and dedicated teamwork from across the College and we are pleased to share it with the public.”
Eastleigh College is the first and only technical and professional college in Hampshire to achieve the new national Quality in Careers Standard, awarded by Investor in Careers. The whole college approach to career-focused education has resulted in this accolade being achieved well ahead of the September 2020 deadline, and Eastleigh College is featured on the Quality in Careers Consortium website to help inspire other FE and sixth form colleges.
After careful planning, detailed risk assessment and subject to any further Government announcements Eastleigh College is extending onsite campus teaching, learning and assessment to more learners from 1 June. The College has remained open during the Covid-19 pandemic as staff have been providing a broad range of onsite and online services. Therefore this phased approach builds upon the onsite levels of service and support which has been available to learners identified as vulnerable, or the children of key workers since 23 March.