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Eastleigh College helps hundreds of students find their perfect career match, by offering a range of Apprenticeships, full-time and part-time courses to help students develop the high-level skills they need for their dream job.
From motor vehicle and electrical to dental nursing and computer science, we can help you find your perfect career match! Whether you want to progress from college straight into employment or go onto further education and training, we can help prepare you for your dream career.
At Eastleigh College, we know that there is more to your career than just a qualification, which is why our courses equip students with a range of crucial transferrable skills. These include team work, time management and communication, in addition to developing English and maths core skills, best preparing students for their future career.
Level 4 apprentice Dan, has found his career match in built environment and comments on how his English and maths skills have helped him progress. Dan explains, “At school you don’t think English and maths are needed, but in this industry they are! I deal with percentage changes in my role, so my maths skills are invaluable.” Dan is now considering his options to either continue working his way up in the industry, or go onto study further at university.
We also help our students prepare for work with our industry-standard equipment which ensures our students are using the latest tools to train with. Our teaching staff, who are leading professionals in their chosen industry, offer a wealth of experience and knowledge for students to utilise through work placements and employer contacts. Thanks to the College’s employer network, Luke who studies Motor Vehicle Technology has landed himself a job at a local garage after finding his career match on his course.
To hear from more students including Lucy who found her Whatcareer match in Dental Nursing, and now works as a Dental Nurse and Grace, who is enjoying her career working for British Airways, visit our student success stories webpage.
Four years ago Travel and Tourism student. Millie Broadribb, started running, and the 19-year-old is now preparing for this year's Virgin London Marathon to raise money for the domestic abuse charity, Refuge.
An apprentice quantity surveyor is singing the praises of the industry work experience he gained while studying full time at Eastleigh College which, in part, led to him successfully gaining an apprenticeship. He is now urging others who want to pursue a career in construction to push for relevant work experience with key local businesses.