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SOUTHEND UNITED COMMUNITY & EDUCATIONAL TRUST

UKPRN:
10035534

About this Provider

The Southend United Football in the Community Scheme was first launched in 1991. Many of the original activities are still being delivered, including after schools coaching, holiday soccer fun weeks and recreational activities for senior citizens. In 2004 the Football In The Community Scheme became a Community and Educational Trust - a company limited by guarantee and registered as a charity. Our board of trustees include representatives from Education, the Police, Local Authority and the Local Voluntary Services. We deliver a range of projects across participation, education, health and community cohesion using the engagement strength of sport.

14 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Business and Administration Framework 2 Details
Business and Administration Framework 3 Details
Coaching Framework 2 Details
Electrical / electronic technical support engineer Standard 6 Details
Embedded electronic systems design and development engineer Standard 6 Details
Healthcare assistant practitioner Standard 5 Details
Healthcare support worker Standard 2 Details
Network engineer Standard 4 Details
Operations / departmental manager Standard 5 Details
Papermaker Standard 3 Details
Retailer Standard 2 Details
Supporting Teaching and Learning in Physical Education and School Sport Framework 3 Details
Team leader / supervisor Standard 3 Details
Transport planning technician Standard 3 Details

Contact details

Website:
SOUTHEND UNITED COMMUNITY & EDUCATIONAL TRUST website
Phone number:
01702 341351
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Learner satisfaction:
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