We help small businesses looking to take on their first apprentice and large organisations looking to hire for a range of roles.
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Abingdon & Witney College is an award-winning, Ofsted rated Outstanding apprenticeship provider; recognised nationally and regionally for the exceptionally high quality apprenticeships we provide.
Recruiting, training, and supporting apprentices is in our nature. For the past 15 years, we have been matching businesses with the next wave of ambitious apprentices, alongside with helping organisations of all sizes to develop their employee’s skills.
We witness first-hand the enthusiasm and passion that our apprentices bring to their organisations. That’s why we invest a great deal of time in ensuring that we deliver the right apprenticeships for our employers.
We can help you to recruit a new apprentice, create a bespoke apprenticeship programme that works to meet your business's specific needs, or create a suitable training package to help you train an existing member of staff.
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Fae was nominated for the exceptional support she has provided to her first two apprentices at the UK Atomic Energy Authority.
Her apprentices' assessor shared the following for her nomination:
"When it came to choosing projects Fae thought outside of the box and supported both apprentices to find projects that really interested them. Andrea put together a team building day, which very much played to her organisational strengths and ability to engage with others. Amy is very interested in photography, so Fae helped her build a project around this hobby that would also be beneficial to the company."
"Fae is always cheerful and approachable and really does go out of her way to support her apprentices in any way possible to have the very best experience. Fae is a joy to work with and it is very much a partnership where we support each other to achieve the very best end result for these young apprentices."
Laura is a part of the University of Oxford Department of Engineering and has two apprentices; Bardha and Rajeev, who are both Level 2 Accounting apprentices.
Laura was nominated by our Training Coordinator Adrian in recognition of all her hard work.
In Laura's nomination, Adrian shared the following: "Laura engages with her apprentices deeply, personally, and professionally. She is jubilant to celebrate their successes and her apprentice Raj said she is always checking in on his wellbeing, making sure that he is looking after himself, and not pushing himself too hard. Both her apprentices are doing extremely well thanks to her leadership."
"To put it simply: I have never seen an apprentice manager demonstrate greater interest, greater care, and greater drive to see their apprentice succeed. She is the model manager, and what we might dream every manager becomes."