SOUTHEND-ON-SEA BOROUGH COUNCIL
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About this provider
Southend Adult Community College (SACC) provides a range of Intermediate, Advanced and Higher apprenticeship training.
In 2014, Ofsted judged SACC as a 'Good' college.
Training is delivered by a team with excellent industry sector expertise and knowledge. Employers receive fantastic support from committed professionals who will work with you to tailor the apprenticeship qualification and delivery to meet your individual business needs.
Our Business Development Team, works with 200+ local employers and provide a FREE apprenticeship recruitment service to help you find the perfect apprentice.
In 2017 Southend Adult Community College were awarded Winner of Training Provider of the Year - Small by AAT and the Nursery World Trainer of the Year awards.
What employers are saying
Overall rating from October 2018 to now
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- Good 1 out of 1 reviews
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- Communication with employers (1)
- Working with small numbers of apprentices (1)
- Initial assessment of apprentices (1)
17 Apprenticeships offered
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- Source: Skills Funding Agency FE Choices
Education and Skills Funding Agency cannot guarantee the accuracy of course information on this site and makes no representations about the quality of any courses which appear on the site. Education and Skills Funding Agency is not liable for any losses suffered as a result of any party relying on the course information provided.
Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)