BUILDING CRAFTS COLLEGE
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About this provider
The student population of the College is diverse, with a wide range of ages and backgrounds. Our courses also span a great range of opportunity. Theoretically, a student can enter the College to complete a mullti-skills course and progress through to complete our degree in historic building conservation, or a construction management qualification.
The emphasis of our work is to give all of our students the opportunity to reach their full potential and our expectations of our students are high. There is a constant focus on delivering skills and producing work of high quality, whether they are full time students, apprentices or degree students.
Employment opportunity is also an important element in what we do and we support our students in accessing employment opportunities if they are not already employed.
What employers are saying
Overall rating from October 2018 to now
- Excellent 2 out of 3 reviews
- Good 1 out of 3 reviews
- Poor 0 out of 3 reviews
- Very poor 0 out of 3 reviews
- Getting new apprentices started (2)
- Improving apprentice skills (2)
- Working with small numbers of apprentices (1)
- Initial assessment of apprentices (1)
- Training facilities (1)
Things to improve
- Communication with employers (2)
- Reporting on progress of apprentices (1)
16 Apprenticeships offered
|Carpentry and Joinery||Standard||2||Details|
|Furniture and Wood Processing - CNC Machining||Framework||2||Details|
|Occupational Work Supervision||Framework||3||Details|
|Property maintenance operative||Standard||2||Details|
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Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)