News & Updates

Corporate Space

The College presents a corporate space unlike anything in Pembrokeshire. The College campus has significantly grown over the last 5 years bringing a diverse range of facilities to the local community and national companies.

Whether you want to book a single room for a meeting or showcase your company in a 220-seater theatre for maximum effect, we can accommodate you. The College continually updates its technology, providing the latest software and equipment required for conducting effective business. We have open wireless throughout the College, 1500 computers including Apple Macs and laptops, projectors and electronic whiteboards are available in 100 classrooms.

Provide your customers with top-class hospitality

Chartwells is the leading provider of catering and support services to schools, colleges and universities in the UK and are is College’s caterers. They can cater for up to 400 guests or delegates with a large selection of homemade hot and cold buffets or just hot and cold drinks.

If you wish to hire the theatre or a classroom for an event, please contact Marketing on 01437 753 175 or email

Training programmes delivered at the College benefit from the following facilities:

The Innovation Centre is a state-of-the-art facility for design, engineering, media, photography, construction and music. Specialist resources combined with highly skilled staff provide a wide range of further and higher education opportunities in subjects that will be crucial for the development of a competitive high-skill economy.

The Energy Centre provides gas, oil and water training, accredited assessment and live renewables installation and servicing facilities. Training courses are run on-demand throughout the year.

The Construction Centre is an excellent training environment for school leavers, trades people and professionals wanting to improve their skills and qualifications. With modern equipment, large workshops and experienced lecturers, the College is well placed for those looking to learn a trade.

MITEC is based in Milford Haven, MITEC specialises in Welding supported by state-of-the-art computer and classroom facilities.

Recruitment Services

Our aim is to match the right candidate to the right position. We support and prepare candidates with a wide variety of experience and skills ready for you to recruit. We can pre-sift and match candidates to vacancies, saving you time and money.

Coaching candidates for a better result

As an expert in the field of training and learning we are ideally placed to coach people to meet the specific qualities and skill- sets that employers in each sector are looking for. Our service is entirely tailored to your needs as a business. We get to know each of our clients personally and make sure that we understand your business and your goals so that we can offer support and a reliable and efficient service, which adds value to your recruitment process. We are subcontracted to and supported by Working Links who have helped employers across Britain to fill over 200,000 vacancies in the last 11 years. Our services and support come at absolutely no cost to you.

“The quality of candidates sent through to us was very high and it was clear that the team had listened to our requirements and taken the time to match the candidates against the person specification.”

Victoria Evans, HR Manager, Pembrokeshire Housing Association

Job Growth Wales

This government employment initiative hopes to create 4,000 new jobs a year across Wales for unemployed young people aged 16- 24. The Welfare to Work Team at Pembrokeshire College has been working on this contract for only 12 months and has already placed over 180 people into local employment.

Jobs Growth Wales Employer Incentive

Under the project employers are incentivised to hire 16-24 year olds for a minimum of 6 months. In return, employers are refunded at minimum wage or above for the number of hours worked (25 hours plus). For more information contact us.

The Apprenticeship, Traineeship and Jobs Growth Wales Programmes, led by the Welsh Government, are supported by the European Social Fund