A national training provider delivering a wide range of apprenticeships and training solutions to support learners and businesses
Kidderminster College is a division of NCG, one of the UK’s largest national training and college groups, delivering a wide range of Apprenticeships
Based in the heart of Worcestershire (UK), we deliver robust and cutting-edge training programmes across the globe both online and face to face.
Our dynamic and forward-thinking approach to lifelong learning is underpinned by a team of experts, offering information, advice and guidance every step of the way.
From traineeships and apprenticeships to level 5 management qualifications, we offer learning solutions to suit individuals of all abilities
One of the largest further and higher education colleges in the UK, with unique campuses in Pershore, Malvern and Evesham delivering a wide range of apprenticeship programmes and specialising in Agriculture and Horticulture
Workpays supply training and supportive programmes to businesses, individuals and educational establishments offering professional training and employability support across the whole of the Midlands. Workpays also deliver a range of Apprenticeships
In simple terms we offer support to an individual who is struggling to find a career path in either the latter stages of school or who has left school but not progressed into further education, employment or training.
On the programme we will work with the individual to find out what they really like to do. We will identify their strengths and weaknesses, build their confidence and help them formulate a career plan that sets them on a track to progress to the world of employment.
We will teach them employability skills, how to complete job applications and provide them with practical experience via traineeships or work experience.
16 to 24 years old
Not in education, employment or training
Looking for support to progress to further education, an apprenticeship or a job.
15 to 18 years old (Year 10, 11, 12 and 13)
Be a young person currently in education, that has been identified as being at risk of becoming NEET.