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Fully funded courses for those who work in health and social care

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Norfolk County Council and Suffolk County Council are providing access to fully funded qualifications in health and social care. This training is for existing health and social care staff who live and work in Norfolk and Suffolk. Training will be provided until December 2021, in the first instance.

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National Apprenticeship Week

Build the future with inspiration from our videos that were released during National Apprenticeship Week. 

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Apprentices Making a Big Impact

Project Management Apprentice at Hadleigh Boxford Group Practice

Accounting Apprentice at Sarah Place Accountants Ltd. 

Healthcare Apprentice at Mid Essex Hospital Trust

Healthcare Apprentice at The Limes Retirement Home

Healthcare Apprentice at Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals

Management Apprentice at East of England Co-Operative Society

Healthcare Apprentice at Mid Essex Hospital Services, Broomfield

Our Apprentice Lockdown Heroes

Job Shop

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How apprenticeships have helped Glasswells

Apprentice Alex Howe makes it into WorldSkills Squad UK!


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Disability Confident

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Digital Marketer Level 3 Apprenticeship

Supporting Breckland Jobs

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Speak to an advisor

Talk to one of our dedicated support team members to find out how West Suffolk College can improve your business.

Advice & Help Centre

Are you looking to apply for an apprenticeship but concerned there may be barriers to achieving this?

Are you a business who has not had an apprentice in the last three years, employing less than 250 employees?

Are you a school providing careers advice, guidance and support to future apprentices?

A brand-new project has been launched to encourage the uptake of apprentices and number of apprenticeships being offered across the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough area (shaded orange below).

The Target Apprenticeships project is funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and has brought a project value of £2.7 million to the local area.

College of West Anglia are leading the project, working in partnership with West Suffolk College, as well as other local providers.

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