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Langley College’s Ashton Clark has put the value of an apprenticeship centre stage with a win at the recent Berkeley Group Apprenticeship Awards. Ashton, a Level 2 Plastering Apprentice, who is employed by Vince O’Brien Plastering, was named Best Interiors Apprentice in the national awards which were recently held at The Bridge Theatre, on London's South Bank.

The cross-industry judging panel at the event which saw record numbers of entries this year, commented on Ashton’s progress: “Ashton has come a long way since he started working at Woodhurst Park. He stood out to his managers and our judges as someone whose hunger to learn is really paying off. A team player, he takes a holistic approach to working on site, thinking about safety and site behaviour as well as his work as a plasterer.”

Staff at the college where the formal part of the apprenticeship qualification is delivered were also very proud of Ashton’s achievement, with the Chief Executive Kate Webb commenting: “What an outstanding achievement for Ashton who is an excellent role model for other young people looking to break into industry through an apprenticeship. It is Ashton’s great drive and determination that has seen him achieve so well. That coupled with the tremendous support he has received from his employer and the academic team at the College.”

Speaking at the event, which celebrates great apprentices, trainees and mentors, Berkeley Group Chief Executive Rob Perrins, said: "These awards showcase the very best of the built environment sector and the hugely talented people who are joining our ranks and shaping our future. It's also a chance to celebrate our industry's fantastic contribution to social mobility. We offer people of all ages and backgrounds the chance to forge a great career and make a positive difference to the world around them.”

For more information on apprenticeship opportunities available at Langley College please go to apprenticeships

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The London Borough of Hounslow is helping local people to launch their careers and improve their skills through an award-winning apprenticeship scheme in partnership with East Berkshire College.

Leading by example, the Council is a big advocate of apprenticeships and currently employs 27 apprentices, aged 17 to 51, in its property repairs and contracts teams. As well as expanding their knowledge and qualifications, the apprentices help to maintain over 16,000 homes across the borough.

The London Borough of Hounslow’s multi-award winning apprenticeship programme provides the apprentices with the opportunity to gain qualifications in a wide range of sectors including construction trades and business. Now in its fourth year, the scheme is going from strength to strength, recently winning Apprenticeship Company of the Year 2016 at the Spark Awards.

John Laparte (aged 20) is one of the individuals who started a carpentry apprenticeship through the Council and the College last September:

“Apprenticeships are good because they prepare you for real life and help you develop real skills. I have a mentor who is really good at explaining things and has helped build my confidence. Each day is different. I can be doing anything from general repairs to changing a front door. Every day, I feel that I am taking a step towards my future and working for the council makes me feel like I’m giving something back to the community as well.”

With apprenticeships now available from intermediate (Level 2) right through to higher apprenticeships (Level 4/5) and degree level, becoming an apprentice isn’t just for school leavers either.

Daniel Twyford (aged 34) is a multi-trade apprentice in the repairs and response team at the Council. Having worked as a carpenter at the Council for 13 years, he mentors new apprentices like John as well as adding to his own skills by undertaking a multi-trade apprenticeship.

Daniel explains: “The apprenticeship has given me the chance to expand my knowledge by going back to college. I was already a qualified carpenter, but now I’ve been able to gain skills in other areas such as bricklaying and roof tiling, which has given me more confidence to tackle a wider range of jobs at work. As a mentor, I’m also passing on my knowledge to other apprentices, who are just starting out.”

Sharon Nicholls, Trade Apprenticeship Co-ordinator at The London Borough of Hounslow, explains: “As a council, we are dedicated to supporting apprenticeships and providing local people with the chance to gain employment and skills. Our apprentices are really enjoying the chance to continue their learning and, as well as their studies at college, we provide additional in-house training, including courses in manual handling, first aid and money matters. All mentors also undertake a mentor training, so they know how to effectively support an apprentice.

“East Berkshire College works very much in partnership with us to tailor training to our needs, particularly with our more experienced employees. For example, the College organised for all the functional maths and English element of the course to be completed first, so our apprentices can now focus on their industry qualifications. We chose to work with the College because they were able to deliver the range of apprenticeship qualifications we required, now and in the future. Over the next few years, we hope to continue to expand our apprenticeship scheme, particularly in terms of higher level apprenticeships.”

The Council promotes apprenticeships both internally and externally throughout the borough. Through its 106 agreements with developers, it encourages and supports developers to hire apprentices.

Further demonstrating its commitment to investing in its employees and local residents, the Council is also working with East Berkshire College in Langley to upskill its team of caretakers. The College, which has been delivering apprenticeships for over 40 years, has devised a special training programme for 12 caretakers employed by the Council.

As well as the more traditional trade-based apprenticeships, East Berkshire College offers a range of apprenticeships in areas such as Business Administration, Accounting, Science, Engineering and Hospitality & Catering. An increasing range of new higher apprenticeships (Level 4) are also available, offering a more affordable and convenient alternative to university.

East Berkshire College, which has campuses in Langley and Windsor, has over 40 years of experience in delivering high quality training to SMEs and multi-nationals in a wide range of industries. Businesses interested in finding out more about apprenticeships can contact the College on 01753 443855 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Paradigm Housing Group is helping young people take their first steps on the career ladder with an apprenticeship scheme through East Berkshire College.

The leading housing provider, which has a head office in High Wycombe, is a big advocate of apprenticeships and currently employing nine apprentices in its property maintenance teams. The apprentices, who are aged between 20 and 24, are being trained in the workplace by Paradigm’s experienced professionals and attend Langley College one day a week to achieve their qualifications. As part of the company’s 440 strong team, they are helping to manage almost 14,000 homes for around 25,000 people.

Steve Pink, Electrical Manager at Paradigm, explains: “To ensure our high levels of customer service, we believe it is important to invest in our staff and grow our own employees, who will stay and develop with us. Apprenticeships are a great, flexible way to find new talent and provide our new recruits with a solid range of skills.

“We chose to work with East Berkshire College because of their experience in delivering the variety of apprenticeships we needed. We were extremely pleased by the quality of the candidates we had applying for our apprentice roles, which reflects how popular apprenticeships have become. Our apprentices have settled in well and we have received lots of great feedback from customers about them.”

Samantha White (aged 24), who is undertaking an Intermediate Apprenticeship in Maintenance Operations, was a delivery driver before joining Paradigm to pursue a career in the construction industry.

“I never thought I’d go back to college, but starting my apprenticeship with Paradigm has been the best decision I’ve made. Some tenants I visit are surprised to see a woman doing plumbing and maintenance jobs, but many actually feel more comfortable dealing with a female.”

She adds: “I’m really enjoying my work. I’m learning skills that I’ll be able to use for the rest of my life and every day is different, from hanging gates and repairing fencing to fixing taps and replacing pipes. An apprenticeship gives you more of an incentive to study because you understand the importance of what you are learning.”

Fellow apprentice, Joshua Horton (aged 21) agrees. Having taken his A Levels and worked for a spell as a dispenser in a pharmacy, Joshua wanted to do something more practical and applied for the Maintenance Multi-trade Level 2 Apprenticeship with Paradigm.

“My apprenticeship has changed my life completely”, enthused Joshua. “I’ve found a job I really enjoy. I go to college one day a week and the rest of the time I’m learning on the job. It’s a great balance. I look forward to going into college as everything I’m learning is helping me progress at work. I’m now working as part of Paradigm’s kitchen and bathroom team, and would like to develop my carpentry skills.”

For employers like Paradigm, apprenticeships are a great way to develop a skilled and motivated workforce, ensuring there are no future skills gaps. For young people, apprenticeships provide an excellent opportunity to gain experience, a qualification and a real career path.

Tim Harris (aged 22), who is in his second year of an Electrotechnical Level 3 Apprenticeship, explains: “As an apprentice, I pick things up much faster. I’m learning from professional people with years of experience and they are really supportive, which has made me more determined to progress and better myself.”

As well as the more traditional trade-based apprenticeships, East Berkshire College offers a range of apprenticeships in areas such as Business Administration, Accounting, Science, Engineering and Hospitality & Catering. An increasing range of new higher apprenticeships (Level 4) are also available, offering a more affordable and convenient alternative to university.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its range of apprenticeships, including the latest apprenticeship vacancies with an array of businesses, call 01753 793000 or click here.

East Berkshire College has over 35 years of experience in delivering high quality training to SMEs and multi-nationals in a wide range of industries. Businesses interested in finding out more about apprenticeships can contact the College on 01753 443855 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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From futuristic technology to the latest hairstyles, the Spring Open Day at East Berkshire College in Langley had something for everyone on Tuesday (26th January). Over 600 prospective students and their families were able to take a tour of the College's state-of-the-art learning facilities and receive advice on courses, careers and funding.

With everything from catering to engineering, there was a wide range of demonstrations running throughout the event to entertain and inform visitors. Highlights of the evening included various sporting displays, interactive construction activities and hairdressing students demonstrating some of the latest hairstyling techniques. Meanwhile, IT and engineering students showcased the latest technology, from a music robot with ultrasonic virtual keyboard to Raspberry Pi programming and a drone flying school.

In the College's new STEM Project & Research Centre, students from different construction trades were working together to build a bungalow complete with SMART technology. Bricklaying students Ryan Butcher (19, from Langley) and Sohail Boston (17, from Slough) impressed visitors with their trowel skills by working on the next level of the bungalow build.

Sohail Boston, who is studying a bricklaying level two course at Langley College, explains:

"The new construction facilities are just like being on a real building site. I'm learning so much and gaining real work experience on a real full-size project. I want to be a qualified bricklayer and eventually progress on to a higher level management course, so this is great preparation for the future."

Prospective student Ben Felstead (aged 15) attended the event to find out about courses in motor vehicle and electrical engineering.

"Everyone was really helpful and friendly at the Open Day. I was given lots of useful advice about course options from staff and got to talk to students, who gave us a guided tour of the building. I was very impressed with the College, particularly the workshops and main entrance."

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 included new commercial hair and beauty salons, a sports centre and a Hospitality & Catering Academy.

Each year, the College helps thousands of individuals 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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East Berkshire College's new STEM Project & Research Centre for construction, engineering and technology at Langley College was officially unveiled on Tuesday (10th November 2015).

The Mayor of Slough, Councillor Mohammed Rasib, officially opened the facilities to gathered guests, which included local dignitaries, students, staff and local businesses such as AkzoNobel and Paradigm Housing Group.

The auspicious event marked the completion of the third and final phase of a £30m improvement project at the Station Road campus, which features new dedicated workshops for bricklaying, plumbing, carpentry, plastering, welding, painting and decorating, fitted interiors, electrical and engineering. Designed to enable students to develop higher level skills in a realistic work environment, the new centre also includes a fantastic project space, where construction, IT and engineering students are working together to build a bungalow complete with SMART technology.

Talking at the event, Principal Kate Webb explains: "The new £5.1m STEM Centre is a fantastic asset to our Langley College, which will enhance the learning experience for our students and enable them to develop the specialist technical skills employers require.

"As well as providing modern workshops for construction and engineering disciplines, the centre will allow students to use their skills in a realistic work environment by working together to build a full-scale bungalow each year."

Special guest, renowned designer and entrepreneur, Wayne Hemingway MBE, who has designed everything from houses to sofas and is the founder of the brand Red or Dead, treated the assembled guests and students to an inspiring talk as part of the event.

Highlights of the event included a range of interactive demonstrations by construction, engineering and motor vehicle students from the College. These included bricklaying and plastering techniques, carpentry, plumbing, decorative painting techniques, 3D printing and laser cutting. Visitors, including the Mayor of Slough, even had the chance to learn a new skill by having a go at plastering, bricklaying and tiling!

The impressive new facilities are part of East Berkshire College's £30million makeover of its Langley College in Station Road. The stunning new centre will mean students receive up-to-date training on the very latest technology and techniques, while addressing a skills shortage identified in the UK in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of over 800 courses including apprenticeships, click here or call 01753 793000.

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Top achievers at East Berkshire College were honoured by global entrepreneur Fraser Doherty MBE at the College's annual Stand Out Awards Ceremony on Thursday (11th June).

Owner of the multimillion pound brand SuperJam and the youngest ever supplier to a supermarket chain, Fraser was guest speaker at the prestigious event, which was held at the College's Langley College in Station Road.

The awards acknowledged the outstanding achievements of over 140 students, across both the Langley and Windsor colleges. Prizes were awarded for excellence, endeavour, achievement, service to the community and most promising student for each of the College's curriculum areas.

A delighted Heena Asghar (from Langley), received an award for most promising student for Travel & Tourism.

"It is amazing to be recognised with an award," said Heena. "Returning to college to study travel and tourism has been a great experience. This is not just a college, it's a community. The teachers are so supportive and they provide you with lots of great opportunities."

She continues: "Studying at college has been a positive step for me and I am hoping to stay on to do the foundation degree in hospitality and tourism management next. My ultimate goal is to work in the airline industry."

Another winner was journalist and former student Tim Cole, who won the coveted Alumni of the Year Award for his outstanding achievements since graduating in 1980 as well as his continued support for the College's Hospitality & Catering Academy. Since studying A Levels at the College, Tim has carved out a successful career in journalism and is currently editor of both the Slough Observer and Royal Borough Observer.

This year's special Team of the Year Award went to students and staff from the College's Construction Department for their outstanding contribution in helping to fit out their brand new learning facilities, which are part of the College's new STEM Project and Research centre for construction and engineering skills.

Fraser Doherty also gave an inspiring speech, talking about the unwavering determination that helped him start his own business at the age of 14 and develop a ground-breaking sugar-free jam recipe. A recipe for success that led to him selling his first products to Waitrose at 18 and now selling over a million jars each year across the world, from Russia to Australia. No stranger to awards himself, having received dozens of accolades from Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year to the John Logie Baird Innovation Award, Fraser has also established a charity to help elderly people living alone or in care called SuperJam Tea Parties.

The special evening event was attended by students, parents, teachers and local dignatries including Councillor Eileen Quick, Mayor of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, and Arvind Dhaliwal, Deputy Mayor of Slough. Hospitality and catering students served up a delicious range of canapés at the event, while performing arts students entertained guests.

For further information on the College's extensive range of over 800 courses available, click here or call 01753 793000.

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From Bollywood dancing and creative nail art to a plastering challenge and a petting farm, there was an extravaganza of activities to entertain and educate visitors at East Berkshire College's new look Langley College on Saturday (9th May).

Over 1,900 visitors enjoyed a host of demonstrations, games and stalls at the College's annual Summer Fun Day in Station 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. As well as entertaining visitors, the fun day also raised over £850 for children's charity, Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service.

Highlights of the day included a petting zoo (from baby goats to rabbits), Karan's Bollywood masterclass, face painting, a bungee trampoline, a bouncy castle, fun photo scenes, Raspberry Pi programming, a banana piano and various arts and crafts activities. Hair and beauty students demonstrated the latest hair-up styles and provided free mini manicures in the brand new salons, while a football challenge took place in the Sports Centre.

Younger visitors were also able to have a go at decorating biscuits, model making and watching balloon sculpting by Dali Balooni, while the College's catering students were selling a selection of delicious handmade cupcakes. The local Fire & Rescue Service also brought along a fire engine much to the delight of some budding young firefighters.

Juliet Holloway, Director of Learner Service and Communications at the College, explains:

"This is the third Summer Fun Day the College has held and the most successful so far, with over 1,900 visitors through the doors.

"As well as showcasing our exciting new facilities and our range of over 800 courses, the event is a great opportunity to bring the community together and celebrate local talent. From sports to hairdressing and computing to face painting, there was something to entertain and inspire those of all ages. "

There was also a marketplace with local businesses selling a wide range of products. Businesses exhibiting included Moss End Farm Shop, The Dinky Fingerprint Company, Chalfont Chilli and Mantio Ice Cream.

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 full-time and part-time courses including apprenticeships.

Iver resident Violet O'Rourke was impressed with the free event at Langley College: "We had a great free family day out. I was amazed at the range of activities on offer and what great facilities the students have here. I wish I had these when I was at college. We particularly loved the children's area, bungee trampoline and the farm animals."

East Berkshire College continues to go from strength to strength in terms of raising standards and is currently in the final stages of 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 STEM Project and Research Centre featuring specialist workshops for the construction trades, which is due to be completed in August 2015.

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

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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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Christopher Horsburgh, a carpentry student at East Berkshire College, is celebrating after triumphing in the regional heat of SkillBuild – the UK’s largest multi-trade competition.

Christopher (17, from Windsor) beat candidates from colleges across the region to take third place in the junior carpentry category at the regional heat of the competition, which took place at Oxford & Cherwell Valley College on 23rd May. The highest scoring competitors from the heats will be given the opportunity to compete at the three day SkillBuild UK final, which will take place later this year.

Christopher, who is studying a carpentry level one course at Langley College, was overwhelmed to achieve third place in his very first competition.

“It is an honour just to be nominated to compete at SkillBuild, so to have achieved third place is fantastic – especially against such tough competition. The biggest challenge was to maintain the high standards required in the tight timescale, but it has been great experience. I’d like the chance to go back and do even better next time.”

In the regional heat, students had to build a complex structure from test plans in five hours. The test pieces were designed to challenge the ability of entrants to follow detailed instructions, produce accurate and neat work outputs, to be economical with materials while working to strict timescales.

Other candidates from the College also competed in the regional heats. Tyrone Dunne (24, from Langley) showcased his exceptional trowel skills in the senior bricklaying category, while Caleb Beldom (16, from Datchet) narrowly missed out on one of the top spots in the junior bricklaying competition. Meanwhile, Billy Long also competed in the senior carpentry section.

Bricklaying student Tyrone Dunne, who had to produce a complicated piece of brickwork using a variety of different decorative techniques as part of the competition, said: “Taking part in SkillBuild has been a really good experience. It has given me a lot more confidence in my skills and a better understanding of the industry. I really enjoy the complicated decorative side of brickwork and would like to work as an improver on site after I finish college. Eventually, I hope to start my own business.”

The SkillBuild event is the largest multi-trade competition in the country for construction trainees and apprentices. It recognises the skills of young tradesmen and women in various crafts including carpentry, bricklaying, plastering, painting and decorating, and cabinet making.

SkillBuild is an annual event which is managed by CITB, the Sector Skills Council and Industry Training Board for the construction industry, and supported by local employers as well as national sponsors.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its construction courses, including brickwork, click here or call 0845 373 2500.
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Sales managers from the UK’s leading paint brand Dulux, which is part of AkzoNobel, have been developing their painting and decorating skills through a tailored training course at East Berkshire College.

The College was able to put together an intensive five-day training programme for the Dulux employees to provide them with the practical skills and knowledge they need to deliver an enhanced level of advice to retail customers and consumers.

Delivered at Langley College, the short course saw 14 retail sales territory managers and regional development managers learn about wall preparation, painting techniques, wallpapering, tools and materials. As well as developing their practical skills, the course also enabled the employees to gain a City and Guilds Level 1 qualification in painting and decorating.

AkzoNobel’s Dulux brand has over 1,200 colours and products stocked in all major DIY retailers across the UK. This latest training initiative helps the company raise its service and product promotion to another level.

Tim Doherty, Regional Development Manager at AkzoNobel, explains: “As a company, we have extensive internal training on our products, but not the overall decorating job. We were impressed with the training the College arranged for our retail customer Homebase. We therefore decided to enrol our sales team on the course to enable them to extend their skills, speak with confidence on how our products fit into the decorating process and gain a recognised qualification. In fact, we will be including the City and Guilds logo on staff uniforms to assure customers of the quality of our service.”

“East Berkshire College’s flexible approach has made the process of setting up the programme very easy for us. They were able to tailor training to meet our specific requirements, timescales and products. I have received excellent feedback on both the quality of the course and the trainers. As well as enhancing the knowledge of our staff, the training was also a good team building exercise – a benefit that shouldn’t be underestimated.”  

Business Development Manager, Gary Cooper, was one of the individuals who welcomed the chance to go back to College and gain an accredited qualification.

“I really enjoyed the course,” said Gary. “It was really well structured with demonstrations, practical tasks and a useful recap at the end of each day. We know our products, but it is great to know first-hand how to apply them in real situations, like what to use when and in what order. I can now pass this knowledge onto store staff and customers to help further promote our products.”

Steve Ashfield, Sales Development Manager at Dulux said: “We have a very robust internal training programme at Dulux, but are committed to cementing our position as the leading paint brand. We therefore took the decision to enrol our sales teams on the City and Guilds course so they could gain a nationally recognised and credible endorsement for their expertise.

“Doing the course has enabled our staff to develop a standardised set of skills to a professional level, and ensure they are equipped with the right knowledge to advise our stockists of the key benefits our products will provide the end customers.”

East Berkshire College provides tailor-made training solutions to help businesses remain competitive, profitable and productive. With years of experience working with SMEs and multi-nationals, the College can deliver cost-effective training programmes at a time and place to suit any organisation.

For more information, please contact East Berkshire College’s Business Services team 01753 443855 or click here
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