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Reviewed on 1 October 2021

What Covid-19 measures are in place to protect the college community?

Our Covid-19 measures can be found here.

I am looking for an apprentice, can the College help me?

Yes. The College currently has over 100 apprentices ready to start a course and waiting for an Employer. If you have any further questions, are considering taking on an Apprentice or accrediting an existing member of staff through an Apprenticeship, then please feel free to contact us on 023 8091 1195 or email our team here.

Who can be an apprentice?

Apprenticeships can help you to bring valuable skills into your business by employing someone new or upskilling a current employee. They are suitable for people at any level.

An apprentice must:

  • be 16 or over by the end of the summer holidays
  • live in England
  • not be in full-time education

Can I get financial support from the Government for training and assessment?

Yes. Additional funding is available during the Covid-19 pandemic.

You can find out more on the Government website here.

Do you have online courses for employees unable to attend the College?

Yes. We have many online courses for both young and adult learners, whether currently in or seeking employment. Full funding is available for learners unemployed at any age over 19, or employed individuals aged 24 and over. Plus, learners aged 19-23 can access full funding if they already hold prior level 2 award or above. See information about our Online Learning courses here.

Reporting Cases

Learners and staff must notify us of any symptoms of Covid-19, or related concerns, under statutory and government requirements, using the forms here.

The information you provide will be held securely in accordance with current data protection legislation which can be found here.

The information will be shared on a need-to-know basis with our Learner Mentor Team (learners), Human Resources (staff) and our Health and Safety Team in order to best support you, and may also be shared with NHS Test and Trace and public health authorities if we are legally obliged to do so. If you have any concerns about what will happen to the information you have provided on this form please contact please contact our Data Protection Officer at dpo@eastleigh.ac.uk.