The Career Colleges Trust has been bringing educators and businesses together for the last six years. During this time, we have learnt a great deal about the most effective strategies for partnership working. This is particularly relevant as the nation moves towards the implementation of T Levels, prepares for Brexit and copes with the aftermath of the Covid-19 – of which employer involvement is an integral part.

Employers

Employers

In order to ensure students study career-led pathways, employers are involved from the inception of each Career College, committing time and resources to support aspects of the student experience including involvement in industry-led projects. Employers commit as little or as much time/resource as they have available.

A strong employer college relationship will help future-proof the skills required by businesses, as well as boosting aspiration among young people and promoting the many different roles available in a range of industries.

We are keen to engage with employers to ensure that Career College students are equipped with the skills, attitudes and behaviours they need to succeed in their chosen career. And, as an employer, if you get involved with a Career College, you will be securing that all important pipeline of talent that your business needs to grow and develop.

To find our more about working effectively with a Career College click here to download Employers and Colleges – working together

If you are an employer interested in working with us to support the development of your skills pipeline, please contact Rachel May
In addition, there are opportunities to support the Career Colleges Trust by becoming one of our industry-led trustees or considering corporate sponsorship of our valuable work. If this is something you are interested in, please contact our Joint CEO’s Bev Jones and Mark Silverman.