Wednesday, 16 November 2016 17:44

Exploring the future at Langley College

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Movie magic, Italian cuisine and futuristic technology combined to create a show-stopping Open Day at Langley College on Tuesday (8 November). Over 490 prospective students and their families visited the campus in Station Road to check out the state-of-the-art facilities and find out about over 800 courses.

From engineering to childcare, there was an array of displays and have-a-go activities running throughout the event to entertain and inform visitors. Highlights of the evening included the chance to experience the latest virtual reality technology in the College’s Innovation Centre and hairdressing students showcasing their skills by creating some fun hairstyles inspired by the movie Trolls.

In the motor vehicle and engineering department, students demonstrated the latest 3D printers and CNC milling machines, while talented catering students served up a delicious selection of Italian dishes and cakes to hungry guests. Visitors were even invited to have a go at making their own pizzas in the modern training kitchens.

Prospective students Hannah Germain and Ellie Firth, from Windsor, attended the event for advice on hair and beauty courses: “We heard about the Open Day at school, so we decided to come along to find out more. The salons look really professional and everyone was really helpful. We even had the chance to have a go at some hairdressing activities ourselves.”

Mary Langstone (17, from Maidenhead), who is studying a level three hairdressing course at the College, was on hand to provide advice from a student’s perspective: “At college you get treated more like an adult, you have the freedom to be more creative and, on my course, you have the chance to work on real customers. Coming to college has really inspired me to work hard, so I can open my own salon one day.”

Langley College, part of East Berkshire College, continues to go from strength to strength in terms of raising standards and last year completed a £30m refurbishment to provide state-of-the-art learning facilities for current and future students. These improvements included new hair and beauty salons, a sports centre and a Hospitality & Catering Academy.

Each year, the College helps thousands of individuals aged 14-90 to fulfil their ambitions through education and training. The College offers an extensive range of part-time, full-time and workplace training courses, from introductory right through to degree level.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of courses, please call 01753 793000 or click here.

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Wednesday, 11 May 2016 17:50

A flavour of college life in Langley

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With an array of activities from engineering to hairdressing, the Summer Open Day at Langley College had something for everyone last week. Over 270 prospective students and their families visited the campus to check out the state-of-the-art learning facilities and find out about over 800 courses, which range from beginner right through to degree level.

From sports to childcare, there was a wide variety of demonstrations running throughout the event to entertain and inform visitors. Highlights of the day included the chance to explore the latest virtual reality technology in the College’s Innovation Centre and the opportunity to enjoy the flavours of Asia with a special buffet lunch created by talented catering students. Meanwhile, beauty therapy students showcased their skills by providing manicures and face-painting for visitors in the modern training salons.

Prospective student Melissa Dawson (aged 17) attended the Open Day to check out the College and speak to lecturers: “I was very impressed with the facilities here, they are very high-tech. I had a go at the virtual reality demonstration, which is amazing. It is like being in a different dimension.”

Salon customer Clare Worley, added: “The College is really modern and the salons here are brilliant. It is great that students get to train in a real salon with real customers. It is great for local residents too!”

As well as an array of interactive demonstrations, current and former students along with staff were available to answer questions. For example, visual merchandising student Macauley Crellin (aged 19) was on hand to talk to people about the benefits of studying a Higher Education qualification at college.

Macauley explains: “I completed my Level 3 course at Windsor College, but was unable to go to university straight away as I needed to look after my younger brother. Studying the HNC course part-time at college meant I could still continue my studies to a higher level rather than miss out. It is a very flexible course, so I was able to fit study around my work and family commitments.

“I’ve really enjoyed the course and the opportunities it has given me. I’m now looking forward to moving on to complete my BA Honours Degree in Fashion at Bournemouth University.”

In the College’s impressive Motor Vehicle & Engineering Department, visitors were able to tour the workshops and observe engineering students at work on the College’s new £70,000 CNC milling machine as well as a car restoration project.

East Berkshire College continues to go from strength to strength in terms of raising standards and has recently completed a £30m refurbishment of its Langley College to provide state-of-the-art learning facilities for current and future students. These improvements include new commercial hair and beauty salons as well as a simulated hospital environment.

Each year, the College helps thousands of individuals aged 14-90 to fulfil their ambitions through education and training. The College offers an extensive range of part-time, full-time and workplace training courses, from introductory right through to degree level.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of courses, please call 01753 793000 or click here.

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Inspiring the next generation of inventors, designers and engineers, East Berkshire College is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting at the Thames Valley Skills Show at Ascot Racecourse on 14th October 2014.

Providing a practical insight into a wide range of careers and courses, the College will deliver hands-on activities covering industries from catering and beauty therapy to engineering and construction.

For example, the College's engineering and IT departments will be demonstrating some of the latest technologies including a state-of-the-art 3D printer, a quadcopter, robotics and Raspberry Pi programming. Visitors to the show, which is aimed at 14-25 year olds, will have the chance to 'have a go' at making a jelly baby sing using Raspberry Pi programming, discover how to design and produce objects using the latest 3D printer, play a vegetable piano using a circuit board or even programme a quadcopter to fly.

The College will also be asking budding inventors to come up with a new use for everyday household items in a special reinvention challenge. For instance, a fire extinguisher could be transformed into a drinks dispenser.

The 2,000 young people attending the show will also have the opportunity to take part in a series of other interactive tasks designed by the college to inspire and challenge them. Highlights will include the chance to create beautiful and edible marzipan flowers, learn the art of sushi making, change a car wheel, take a spark plug challenge, try their hand at prop making or dressing a mannequin for a window display, carpentry challenges, sports agility tests and even nail art. The College's qualified careers advisers will also be on hand to deliver impartial advice on careers, courses and funding.

Principal Kate Webb, explains: "East Berkshire College is delighted to be part of the Thames Valley Skills Show as it is a fun and interactive way to highlight the almost endless career opportunities and courses available locally. At the event, the College will be providing young people with a chance to explore engineering, IT, catering, visual merchandising, sports, construction and motor mechanics through a series of hands-on activities. These will include prop making, sugar craft, nail art, plumbing, 3D printing and a reinvention challenge."

The Thames Valley Skills Show Experience will be the largest skills event for young people that Berkshire has ever hosted. In addition to East Berkshire College, over 60 employers and training providers will be exhibiting at the event including 3M, British Airways, Gillette and Marks & Spencer.

Pupils from schools across the Thames Valley will be attending the show from 9.30am-2.30pm, while from 3pm-6pm young people aged 14-25 are invited to visit the show by booking their place via www.tvskillsshow14.eventbrite.co.uk

The event is funded by the Thames Valley Berkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) which has been awarded funding from the European Social Fund and Skills Funding Agency to deliver with its partners a programme of inspiring and interactive events throughout Thames Valley to raise awareness of skills, training and apprenticeships.

From catering and hairdressing to IT and engineering, East Berkshire College offers a range of over 800 courses, which include BTEC programmes, A Levels, GCSE pathways, apprenticeships and traineeships.

For more information on East Berkshire College, click here or call 0845 373 2500. For more details on the Thames Valley Skills show, please visit www.thamesvalleyskillsshow.co.uk

Tuesday, 03 December 2013 18:26

New look College is a hit with visitors

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Over 600 prospective students and their families visited East Berkshire College's new look Langley College on Tuesday (26 November) to check out its new state-of-the-art learning facilities and find out about over 800 courses at an Autumn Open Day.

From bricklaying to catering, there was an array of demonstrations running throughout the event to entertain and inform visitors. Highlights of the evening included a football skills competition in the College's new Sports Centre and hairdressing students demonstrating some of the latest hairstyling techniques. Meanwhile, beauty therapy students showcased their skills by providing free Indian head massages and manicures.

In the College's impressive Motor Vehicle & Engineering Department, visitors were able to tour the workshops and observe engineering students at work on the College's new £70,000 CNC milling machine. Plus, current students and staff were on hand to answer questions.

Prospective student Lucy Woods (15, from Windsor) attended the event to find out about courses in health and social care in order to pursue a career as a social worker.

"I heard about the Open Day at school, so I thought I'd come along and check out the College for myself. I was really impressed by the building as soon as I walked in. The College was more modern than I expected and everyone was really friendly. It was useful to be able to speak to current students as well as teachers about the courses too."

East Berkshire College continues to go from strength to strength in terms of raising standards and is currently undertaking a £30m refurbishment of its Langley College to provide state-of-the-art learning facilities for current and future students. These improvements include a new Hospitality & Catering Academy, which opened in October 2013, and new commercial hair and beauty salons which are due to be completed in early 2014.

Each year, the College helps thousands of individuals aged 14-90 to fulfil their ambitions through education and training. The College offers an extensive range of part-time, full-time and workplace training courses, from introductory right through to degree level.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of courses, please call 0845 373 2500 or click here.

Published in Hair & Beauty
Tuesday, 19 November 2013 18:07

College launches green travel plan

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A smoothie bike, BMX stunt show and a walk doctor were all in action at Langley College on Thursday (14th November) to educate students and staff on the benefits of changing to more eco-friendly forms of travel as part of a special Sustainable Travel Event.

Demonstrating East Berkshire College's commitment to reducing its carbon footprint, the Sustainable Travel Event highlighted ways students could save money and keep fit by cycling or walking to college and even car sharing.

As well as receiving some fantastic discounts at local bike shops, the students were able to take part in an eco-driving challenge or use their peddle power to whizz-up a healthy fruit drink on the 'Smoothie Bike.' There was even a Walk Doctor (aka Chris Rushbrook from charity Living Streets) on hand to provide prescriptions on how to incorporate more walking into their daily routines.

To encourage more people to swap their four wheels for two, charity Sustrans provided safety and security tips for budding cyclist and a bike doctor talked to students about how to ensure their bikes remain roadworthy. Meanwhile, Stows Cycle Shop showcased the latest range of bikes and accessories on the market. Jay Sengun from Stows Cycles, which has shops in Slough and Windsor, also entertained the crowds with some impressive BMX stunts outside the new look Langley College.

Ramandeep Gogna, Travel Plan Co-ordinator at East Berkshire College, explains: "As a College, we are dedicated to promoting healthy, eco-friendly modes of transport and this latest travel event was a fun way to get the message across. We have already launched a number of travel initiatives including a car sharing programme, walking challenge and a student bus pass scheme. In the future, we also plan to introduce enhanced cycle facilities, public transport information screens and priority car sharing bays at our Langley College."

IT student Ali Asimi (19, from Slough) was one of the first to try out the driving simulator to learn how to drive more fuel efficiently:

"I really enjoyed the event and I think supporting green travel is important. I try to walk to college whenever I can as it saves money and it is good exercise."

The College's Sustainable Transport Event was held in association with Slough Borough Council and Slough's Local Sustainable Transport Project, which aims to reduce traffic congestion in the town and increase economic growth. The project includes the promotion of sustainable travel measures, improved cycle and walking routes as well as cycle training.

Laura Wells from Slough Borough Council, who attended the event, adds: "It's great to come to this event and speak to college staff and students about travelling here sustainably. There are so many initiatives on offer at the college, from cycle training to car sharing, and we are here to support staff and students in their travel choices. If everyone could reconsider their journey where possible and travel by bike, walking, public transport or car share, there will be less congestion on the roads, less pollution, and health and money-saving benefits for individuals too. Slough is relatively flat and compact and so is an ideal place to travel by bike or on foot."

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of over 800 courses, including apprenticeships, click here or call 0845 373 2500.

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East Berkshire College has been announced as one of only 21 colleges throughout the country chosen to receive Government funding through the College Capital Investment Fund (CCIF). This latest grant will support the development of a new £5.1m STEM project and research centre at Langley College, which will focus on engineering and construction skills.

Upgrading the College's construction and engineering facilities, the new centre aims to address a skills shortage identified in the UK in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects. The facility will provide an enhanced learning experience for students to enable them to develop the specialist skills employers' require.

Principal Kate Webb enthused: "East Berkshire College is delighted to be awarded funding from the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) to support the ongoing improvements at our Langley College, which will create state-of-the-art facilities for current and future students. The College continues to invest in its local community and this additional funding will enable us to develop a dynamic STEM centre, which will meet the needs of employers across a wide range of sectors and produce a highly-skilled local workforce for the future."

This latest round of investment by the Government is targeting colleges that can best support growth. Many of the projects receiving funding are for skills training in sectors vital for growing British industry including engineering, construction and automotive.

Skills Minister Matthew Hancock said: "I'm delighted to announce £1.7million in Government funding for East BerkshireCollege to help transform their campus and improve teaching and learning locally."

"The Government is helping to create specialist facilities that will ensure thousands of students get the best possible learning experience and inspire them to reach their potential, while addressing local skills shortages."

"We are making the skills system more rigorous and responsive to the needs of employers, and this funding will help do that."

Langley College has been at the heart of the community since 1976 and is currently undergoing a multi-million pound makeover to provide state-of-the-art facilities to meet the community's current and future learning needs. The first phase of improvement works, which includes a new Hospitality & Catering Academy, began in August 2012 and is now nearing the final stages of construction. Due for completion in August 2013, the academy will feature professional training kitchens and a working restaurant to enable the College to deliver full and part-time courses in hospitality and catering for the first time.

Over the years, the College has continued to go from strength to strength in terms of raising standards and enhancing its range of courses. In February 2013, Ofsted rated the College as 'good' with outstanding features following a week-long inspection. Alongside other key strengths, the report recognised the real difference the College makes to the lives of its students in terms of their progress, success and employability.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of over 800 courses, including apprenticeships, call 0845 373 2500 or click here.

For further details on the multi-million pound improvement project at Langley College, click here.

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As part of its multi-million pound improvement project at Langley College, East Berkshire College is delighted to announce that it will be undertaking an internal refurbishment of its hair and beauty training salons and its teaching facilities for health and social care.


This second phase of investment will focus on upgrading the teaching facilities inside the south-wing of the existing Langley College building to provide students with state-of-the-art learning environments. These improvements will include new commercial hair and beauty salons on the ground floor, enhanced facilities for learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities, a simulated hospital environment for Health & Social Care and a brand new Innovation Lab.

Scheduled to open in early 2014, the new commercial hair salons will incorporate professional cutting stations, the latest industry-standard equipment and a new public reception area. As well as being a teaching facility for those studying hair and beauty courses, the salons will be open to the public and act as a working business to allow students to train on real customers for an enhanced learning experience. A range of treatments will be on offer to the public including hairdressing, massage, make-up, manicures and pedicures.

Principal Kate Webb explains: “The College is investing heavily in its facilities and services in response to the changing needs of the individuals, businesses and communities we serve.

This second phase of investment demonstrates our ongoing commitment to providing the best possible facilities for current and future students. We believe these improvements will enable us to deliver an enhanced level of education and training, to ensure local people have the chance to develop the very latest skills and techniques employers require.

“We are particularly excited about the creation of a new Innovation Hub, which will feature a state-of-the-art Innovation Lab to showcase applied maths and science in new technologies and product design development.”

The first phase of improvement works at Langley College, which includes a new Hospitality & Catering Academy, began in August 2012 and is now nearing the final stages of construction. Due for completion in August 2013, the academy will feature professional training kitchens and a working restaurant to enable the College to deliver full and part-time courses in hospitality and catering for the first time. 12-075 G91 EBC P2 BIM Training Hair Salon Persp 1-Lr

Langley College has been at the heart of the community since 1976 and currently serves over 2,400 students from the Langley and Slough area.

Over the years, the College has continued to go from strength to strength in terms of raising standards and enhancing its range of courses. In February 2013, Ofsted rated the College as ‘good’ with outstanding features following a week-long inspection. Alongside other key strengths, the report recognised the real difference the College makes to the lives of its students in terms of their progress, success and employability.

Today, Langley College is the centre for most of the College’s main vocational courses, which all have specialist facilities. These include Motor Vehicle & Engineering, Construction, Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy, Computing & ICT and Health Care & Education Pathways along with ESOL & Languages.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of over 800 courses, including apprenticeships, call 0845 373 2500.
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Motor vehicle students from East Berkshire College were given an insight into different aspects of the automotive industry and tips on starting up a business from Refresh Autos Ltd, when they visited Langley College recently as part of a special enrichment programme.

The Reading-based mobile vehicle cosmetic repair company performed a series of demonstrations to over 100 students in Langley College’s extensive motor vehicle and engineering training centre. The workshops took place over five days and included a lesson in SMART repair techniques, including alloy wheel repair, as well as a talk on starting up and running your own business.  

Andy Rose, Managing Director of Refresh Autos, said: “It is great that the College includes an aspect of SMART repair in their motor vehicle courses. I believe it is important that students see different aspects of the motor trade and local businesses can play an important role in educating them. I’ve been in business for five years and it is good to be able to pass on some of my experience to the next generation. I was impressed by the level of enthusiasm from the students, they were keen to get involved and asked lots of valid questions.”

Leoric Hinze (22, from Slough), who is studying a Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Level 3 course at Langley College, found the enrichment week particularly beneficial:

“The demonstrations were very interesting and it was good to hear first-hand from someone who has started their own business. It has really made me think about the different opportunities available after I leave college. There are a lot more routes you can follow in the industry than I first realised.”  

Anthony McDonnell, motor vehicle lecturer at the College, explains: “We are always looking for innovative ways to teach and inspire our students. As part of our enrichment projects, we invited Refresh in to perform a series of demonstrations to broaden our students’ experience of the automotive industry.”

“It is great to have a local business give up their time in this way to help provide our students with an insight into another area of the trade besides that of automotive technicians and receive some useful advice on becoming self-employed.”

Langley College has an extensive purpose-built motor vehicle and engineering centre, which features the latest industry-standard equipment and materials. The motor vehicle facilities include a dedicated autotronics lab and the latest autologic diagnostic equipment, while the College has recently invested £70,000 in a state-of-the-art CNC Milling machine with computer simulators for its engineering workshop.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of over 800 courses, including motor vehicle and engineering, call 0845 373 2500.
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From fiery science experiments and creative nail art to face painting and a miniature farm, there was an extravaganza of activities to entertain and educate visitors at East Berkshire College’s Windsor College on Saturday (11th May)


Over 640 visitors enjoyed a host of demonstrations, games and stalls at the College’s first Summer Fun Day in St Leonards Road. With something for all the family, this free community event saw college students and staff showcase their talents in an array of interactive demonstrations and displays.

Highlights of the day included a bouncy castle, petting farm courtesy of Farms2Ewe, treasure hunt, face painting, mask making, inventors’ competition, hairdressing, a musical medley from performing arts students, various arts and crafts activities and a charity cake sale. Meanwhile, the air was electric in the science laboratories with a series of fiery experiments including an erupting volcano, ‘screaming jelly babies’ and ‘flaming fruits’. The local Fire & Rescue Service also brought along a fire engine much to the delight of some budding young firefighters. EBC 2624 710px web

Juliet Holloway, Director of Learner Service and Communications at the College, explains: “We hold a series of Open Days at our Langley and Windsor colleges each year, but this is the first time we have held a Summer Fun Day for the whole community. As well as showcasing our extensive range of courses and facilities, the event has been a great opportunity to bring the community together and celebrate local talent. From science experiments to nail art and face painting to a treasure hunt, there was something to entertain and inspire those of all ages. All in all, the day was a tremendous success with a record number of visitors through the doors.”

A number of local businesses were also exhibiting at the event. These included The Dinky Fingerprint Company, Usborne Children’s Books and Love Noodle Jewellery.

Visitor Trish Canziani (from Maidenhead) was particularly impressed by the range of activities at the event. “I saw the Fun Day advertised and decided to pop along and see what it was all about. It’s been a brilliant day. It is great to have a range of activities to keep the kids occupied, so parents can find out more about the courses and talk to staff.”

Another visitor Fran Patterson (from Windsor) agrees: “I think the event is a great idea. There was definitely something for everyone here. I’ve been able to get my hair and nails done as well as find out about the range of courses available. There was also a lot for children to do like face-painting and a petting farm.”

Staff and students were also on hand to give visitors a guided tour of the facilities and answer questions on the College's extensive range of over 800 courses including apprenticeships.

Arunita Roy (18, from Slough) came along to the event to find out about computing and IT courses: “The College has a really good reputation, so I thought I’d come and check out the facilities here. As well as finding out about courses, I was even able to try out some fun experiments in the science labs and learn how different metals produce different colours when they burn.”

Over the years, East Berkshire College has continued to go from strength to strength in terms of raising standards and enhancing its range of courses. In February 2013, Ofsted rated the College as good with outstanding features following a week-long inspection. Alongside other key strengths, the report recognised the real difference the College makes to the lives of its students in terms of their progress, success and employability. EBC 2734 710px web

The College offers a wide range of A Level (AS and A2) subjects at its Windsor College including Law, Media Studies, Spanish, Politics, English Literature, Biology, History and Photography. The College also hosts specialist courses in Travel & Tourism, Science, Business, Performing Arts, Media and Retail & Merchandising Display.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of courses, please call 0845 373 2500.
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Monday, 18 March 2013 14:40

Business breakfast backs apprenticeships

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Apprenticeships were top of the menu at a special Business Breakfast for local employers on Thursday (7 March) at East Berkshire College. Celebrating the benefits of employing apprentices, the event was the first in a series of activities to mark National Apprenticeship Week (11-15 March 2013).

A wide range of companies from across the region attended the event including Panasonic, CH&Co, Sir Christopher Wren Hotel, Thames Hospice Care, Kier and British Airways. The 'Business Breakfast' event provided local organisations with the chance to find out more about the College's new apprenticeship programmes and the benefits of taking on an apprentice.

The event featured a number of short presentations by key speakers such as Zeena Cala from the National Apprenticeship Service, Sarah-Jane Nicholls from the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Dawn Amos from Panasonic. Guests were also able to take part in a discussion forum, take a tour of the College's extensive facilities and hear directly from current apprentices about their experiences.

One of the guest speakers at the event was Sarah-Jane Nicholls, HR Manager at Sir Christopher Wren Hotel & Spa. As a renowned four-star hotel, Sir Christopher Wren recognises the benefit of developing new talent and currently has two apprentices through the College.

"We wanted to find new talent for the kitchen, which would grow with us and really understand the culture of the hotel. East Berkshire College has made the whole process of setting up an apprenticeship programme very easy for us, from advising on funding to recruitment. The College was even able to screen CVs for us and send through candidates that matched our criteria, which saved us valuable time."

Guests were also provided with a tour of the College's excellent facilities including the engineering workshop, which features a state-of-the-art CNC Milling machine, and talk to current apprentices.

In addition to the breakfast event, the College also invited Fiona Mactaggart MP to take up the challenge of becoming an apprentice. During her visit, Fiona joined a class of apprentices in the College's extensive motor vehicle and engineering department to talk with them about their experiences. She was even shown how to use the latest autologic diagnostic equipment by apprentices Oliver Rickstraw (21) and Danny Saunders (19).

East Berkshire College trains hundreds of apprentices every year, in various subjects from engineering to professional cookery, and even helps businesses recruit apprentices.

East Berkshire College now offers a wide range of new apprenticeships in areas including Science, IT, Engineering, Business & Administration, Accounting and Hospitality & Catering. New higher apprenticeships (Level 4) are also available, offering a more affordable and convenient alternative to university.

Businesses interested in finding out more about apprenticeships or would like to request a copy of our 'Employer's Guide to Apprenticeships' can contact East Berkshire College on 01753 443855 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of over 800 courses including apprenticeships call 0845 373 2500 or click here.

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