Are you an employer looking to develop your workforce or attract fresh talent? At Leeds City College, there are plenty of ways to get involved with staff development opportunities. You can even work with us to employ an apprentice and leverage our free recruitment service to assist with your business needs.
Employ an apprentice
Our experienced recruitment team will help you develop successful apprenticeships for your staff. We can assist you with writing job descriptions for your vacancies, advertising your opportunities on national job boards, sifting applications based on your specifications, supporting you with the paperwork for funding and more.
Apprenticeships have a wealth of benefits for you and your business. Whether you want to increase employee retention, develop in-house talent, secure new talent or lower recruitment costs, our specialist staff can help you get the ball rolling.
Courses for businesses
Our commercial division at Leeds City College offers businesses a range of qualifications and non-accredited courses to support staff development and growth. From management training to IT vendor qualifications, our courses will give your business the skills you need to succeed.
We offer bespoke training that can be tailored to specifically address your business needs. Our highly qualified and experienced team can deliver most training on business premises. We also offer a management, professional development, health and safety, food safety, first aid and IT courses.
Business and staff development
We’re constantly looking to support businesses and expand our portfolio of partnerships. From upskilling your staff to increasing collaboration between businesses and training providers, there are plenty of ways we can help you.
We can provide you with enthusiastic students who are looking to gain work experience with industry employers. In addition, we can strengthen your workforce by providing you with staff development and bespoke training. We have also invested in a new labour market intelligence tool and work with local employers to better understand skills gaps and widen our curriculum by designing new qualifications and training for businesses to support growth.