This exciting organisational development project was linked to the opening of the new Stansted
Airport College, based on the airport and established to provide direct employment into the
many careers in and around the airport.
Solihull College worked with Engineering employers: the Buckingham Group, Capita, JS Wright and Cundall to update the curriculum so it is up to date and relevant. This was mainly achieved through job shadowing and mentoring.Read more >
The project shared occupational expertise to improve the line of sight to work in the
construction sector for offenders and ex-offenders.
This project represented a dynamic partnership between staff and employers in the digital sector, a collaborative approach to refocus curriculum content, planning, delivery and enhancement within the learner experience, providing a clear line of sight into work.Read more >
The assessing team at Fareport training organisation worked
collaboratively with the employer’s store managers to identify
appropriate employees to take part in the project.
This case study focuses on how WMC has put in place a range of strategies to support
students to engage in their programmes, to stay on course and to succeed.
This case study focuses on how Wolverhampton Adult Education Service (WAES) is
increasing activity to prepare learners for employment and/or vocational study through
the design of more intensive courses.
This Two-Way Street Leadership Exchange built upon an already existing
relationship between Wirral Metropolitan College and Unilever
Ltd, a partnership which has been delivering an ‘apprenticeship’
programme in conjunction with the University of Liverpool
for a number of years.
This Two-Way Street Leadership Exchange project sought to enable Engineering Futures, a partnership formed by The Skills Company, Trafford College and Tameside College, to develop an Engineering and Manufacturing Employer Leadership Partnership Cluster.Read more >