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The objective of the project is to sustain employment by engaging with a variety of employers utilising skills, experience and sharing good practice facilitated through a point of contact, who will provide a support network for an apprentice chef. The programme will complement existing provision and not displace directly employed apprenticeships. Apprentices will follow a […]
Pembrokeshire College hospitality learners recently attended a virtual career open day at one of the world’s most prestigious hotels. Organised by the Chef’s Forum, learners had the opportunity to go behind the scenes at The Dorchester, the luxury five-star hotel on Park Lane and Deanery Street, London. The virtual event allowed learners to tune in and access […]
Pembrokeshire College joinery learner, Conor Ratcliff has made it through to the final ten in this year’s Screwfix Trade Apprentice of the Year competition. Now in its seventh year, the competition celebrates the next generation of tradespeople as they start out on their career. With over 2,500 nominations, Conor was shortlisted to the top 30 […]
The emergence of the renewable energy sector in west Wales has led Pembrokeshire College to focus on new curriculum development to ensure skill requirements are met over the next five to ten years. Although in its infancy, rapid job creation is predicted from the sector and its associated supply chain as further investment shifts from […]
Pembrokeshire College construction learner, Ross Vincent is on course for a career in the building trade thanks to a Traineeship which sparked his interest in bricklaying.
The pandemic has presented many challenges, not least of which has been how we continue to educate our young people to ensure that they are able to gain the practical skills needed for future employment. Pembrokeshire College has been leading the way delivering live online learning and sourcing additional spaces for learners to complete practical […]
Pembrokeshire College staff and students are joining with colleges and universities from across the UK as part of the BRIT 2021 Challenge – a fundraising challenge to support young adult mental health.
Welsh speaking apprentice electrician Ifan Wyn Phillips is the third generation to join the family business established by his grandfather in Pembrokeshire.