Our experts are ready to advise on the comprehensive range of support the College can give to businesses and individuals wanting to increase their productivity and expertise.
Whether you wish to expand your own horizons, develop the talent of your staff or invest in business growth through training and development, you should consider joining the large number of businesses and individuals who have engaged with us over the years.
We offer a fantastic range of off-the-shelf and bespoke packages which we’ll be happy to discuss.
For more information just fill in the contact form on this page and we'll get straight back to you!
Our busy commercial department is going from strength to strength - and it's no wonder!
Our Net Zero training hub offers training in low-carbon heating technology, electric vehicle maintenance, power and insulation. We also offer an introductory programme for 16-24 year olds wishing to enter a career in the low-carbon industry.
We can support you in setting up an apprenticeship and finding the right candidate. You can even choose to put an existing employee through an apprenticeship. We can also advise on funding and costs.
Qualified gas engineers and newcomers are offered a range of specialist courses which are heavily recommended by the industry and required to become Gas Safe.
Refrigeration experts work across a range of industries. We have a range of courses for people starting out in this field or wishing to take their career further.
Up to £1,000 is available to companies with two to 250 employees to invest in leadership and management training. For more information please call 023 9238 3131 (Option 1) or fill in our handy Contact us form.
Course type Apprenticeships
Level 3 Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Standard
May Open Event - Highbury & North Harbour Campuses only
Check out all the fantastic vocational and adult learning opportunities available at our Highbury & North Harbour Campuses by coming along to our next open event on Wednesday 17 May, 4.30-7.30pm.