We work with businesses of all shapes and sizes, across a wide variety of business sectors. From small businesses recruiting their first apprentice, to large national or multi-nationals who want to develop their own apprenticeship schemes. We’ve got a proven track record and a reputation for quality and flexibility.
East Riding College is working with BAE SYSTEMS, a world-leading defence, security and aerospace multinational, to develop the company’s Aerospace Software Development Engineers. BAE SYSTEMS is dedicated to developing new talent through its Higher Apprentice Programme. The software apprentices are recruited in three centres of excellence, based in Brough, Warton and Yeovil. The Brough centre […]Read More
East Riding College works with CB Solutions to provide apprentices to their growing business. Julia Ludolf, CB Solutions’ Company Secretary said, “We have employed apprentices before and taken on apprentices when they’ve completed their apprenticeships elsewhere. I would recommend taking on an apprentice to other employers because I know how hard it is for young […]Read More
East Riding College works with Colley Farm Buildings who employ apprentices across their business, including a design draughtsperson, a site worker and a HR manager. Watch a video about why they would recommend employing an apprentice, the benefits to their business and why they’d recommend East Riding College.Read More
East Riding College have teamed up with Pontefract-based meat producer Dovecote Park to offer butchery apprenticeships to young people in the region. Following the first intake onto its very popular apprenticeship programme, the expanding business recruited a fresh batch of male and female employees in 2016. Dovecote Park butchery apprentices are guaranteed a permanent position […]Read More
East Riding College works with William Jackson Food Group, owners of the Ferguson Fawsitt Arms in Walkington, near Beverley. The College provides training to one of the pub’s apprentice chefs, who they nominated for Apprentice of the Year in 2019. Find out what they think about employing apprentices and what the benefits are to both […]Read More