Meet the key contacts at Eastleigh College who can help you create a skills and employment programme tailored to your business needs and ambitions, whilst delivering on quality assurance.
Eastleigh College has a track record in supporting local businesses and learners. To achieve this we value a two-way process of knowledge exchange between businesses and the college to improve skills and employability in our region. Key points of contact for employers are:
Our business development team works with organisations of all sizes to improve our understanding of the role Eastleigh College could play in supporting the development of new and existing business activity. All our team leaders are qualified to undertake a high level of consultancy.
Call us on 023 8091 1195 or email email@example.com
Aimee Lilley, Employer Engagement and Relationship Administrator
Aude Pengas, Apprenticeship Officer
Claire Seaborne, Apprenticeship Officer
Gabbie Grattan, Apprenticeship Officer
Jess Giles, Employer Engagement and Relationship Advisor
Judith Keifer, Apprenticeship Officer
Julia Prentice, Contracts Administrator ECTA
Julie Bannister, Employer Engagement and Relationship Advisor
Julie Richmond, Apprenticeship Officer
Lucy Sullivan, Apprenticeship Officer
Ollie Bundy, Contracts Administrator ECTA
Paul Godber, Apprenticeship Officer
Tom Strutton, Apprenticeship Officer
Careers & Work Readiness (Hub Team)
Adult learners and apprentices are supported with a full range of adult support services from our Learner Hub. In the first instance, contact the Information, Advice and Guidance Team located in the main reception area at our Chestnut Avenue campus, or by phone on 023 8091 1298 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, get in touch using the contact form below.
Trudy McKenzie, Careers Advisor & Careers Lead
Becky Parker, SUN Progression Mentor,
Claire Mew, Work Experience Officer & Team leader
Kitty Judd, Work experience Co-ordinator
Enterprising learners gain valuable work experience during lockdown
Enterprising learners across Eastleigh College have continued to gain valuable work experience while adhering to the Covid-19 safety restrictions that have been put in place by both the college and employers. As well as gaining extra skills, the work experience helps to enhance learning.
Fairtrade Fortnight website provides wealth of resources for school pupils
A team of Eastleigh College learners has launched a dedicated website to promote a range of fun and inspiring educational online events and activities for children and young adults to raise awareness of Fairtrade during Fairtrade Fortnight (22 Feb - 9 March). Schools, colleges, community groups and home-schooling parents are all being invited to use the resources including quiz nights, interactive learning sessions and a Fairtrade bake off competition as part of the work experience element of their course.