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Emma Clappison, aged 19 from Cowlam near Driffield started work as a receptionist at CB Solutions in Lissett in January 2016. She has already completed her level two apprenticeship in business administration whilst at the firm and has been honoured in the annual awards at East Riding College on Wednesday 8 March, nominated by the Leisure and Business curriculum area for her excellent progress and positive attitude.
Over 30 delegates from some of the region’s largest companies attended an Apprenticeship Levy Workshop at East Riding College. The event was held to help employers understand the complex funding changes that are due to take place in May 2017. Changes include the introduction of an apprenticeship levy for employers with a pay bill of over £3m per year and the introduction of other payments and incentives.
A young trainee accountant from Bridlington has gone from strength to strength since leaving school. Chanelle Hardcastle, 22, now works at local firm Lloyd Dowson who has offices in Bridlington and Scarborough, and is loving life as an accountant.
A new national initiative to encourage children to learn the basics of computing comes to Beverley. East Riding College tutors and other volunteers are getting the inititive off the ground to encourage children aged 9-11 to get into coding in a fun way.
East Riding College tutors are supporting local girl Hannah Greenwood to build homes in Cambodia by providing her with basic bricklaying training before her trip.
Engineering apprentices on their way to the UK finals of the WorldSkills competition at the NEC in Birmingham
Fifty five graduates celebrated their graduation with friends and family at the historic Priory Church of St Mary in Bridlington last weekend.
We're holding a free introductory session to provide an insight into the new Level Five CIMA programme. The CIMA Professional Qualification is recognised worldwide as the most relevant global finance qualification for business.
Students at East Riding College are celebrating a 100 per cent pass rate in their A-level exams.
The figure includes a grade A and B percentage of 35 per cent, with every student on the full-time A-level programme being accepted by their first choice university, including one who will attend the prestigious Kings College London.
East Riding College has been named the College with the best higher education student satisfaction ratings in East Yorkshire.
Some 84 per cent of the College’s students said they were satisfied with the overall quality of their degree or other higher level course, compared to the average score of 86 per cent for all institutions nationally, which includes 155 universities.
Students and staff at East Riding College are celebrating the end of their first year at the new Beverley campus at the Flemingate Centre.
The £14m campus opened in September 2015 after a 12-month construction project led by Hull firm Houlton and has proven a huge success.
Timber from East Riding College’s former Beverley campus has been transformed into bird boxes by enterprising students.
The group of learners on the Level One Diploma in Construction Skills took fence panels from the old Gallows Lane site to provide materials for the project.
Alive After Five at St Stephen’s Shopping Centre will feature some of the brightest young music talent in the area over the Summer in the East Riding College Music Academy Takeover.
From June 30 to August 4, seven acts will take to the stage to perform a mix of original songs and covers to shoppers, cinema-goers and diners.
Head of rugby Jamie Peacock MBE is backing a new concept from the Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust this year – a summer school for those looking to take their first steps towards a career in sport.
The Trust has joined forces with East Riding College to host a Sports Leaders Level One course at the KC Lightstream Stadium from July 25 to August 19, providing the ideal starting point for learners aged 16 to 19 who wish the develop their leadership skills.
People who are thinking of doing a degree or another higher level course can discover courses offered locally at two East Riding College open events this week.
And visitors will also be able to learn more about free summer short courses which aim to help those making the step up to higher education.
One of Hull’s largest employers is aiming to recruit the managers of the future through a new partnership with East Riding College.
The Gourmet Sausage Company (Lazenby’s), part of Cranswick Plc, is looking for 14 young and aspiring professionals to learn the ropes in its human resources, accounting and food manufacturing departments, including new product development, technical and operations.
Young people from East Riding College have used their research projects to help shape local authority services in the region.
The students gathered feedback from hundreds of learners about travel and mental health issues before presenting their findings to East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Children and Young People Overview and Scrutiny Sub-Committee.
Young people who are keen to get into work can apply for more than 50 apprenticeship vacancies at two East Riding College events.
Dedicated recruitment events are being held in Beverley and Bridlington to meet unprecedented demand for new staff from over 20 East Yorkshire employers.
Budding civil engineers are being offered the opportunity to work for one of the region’s premier firms in a new apprenticeship scheme.
East Riding College and Spencer Group have teamed up to enable 20 people to learn essential skills required by the company in a free pre-apprenticeship programme.
A new and innovative course which aims to help address the region’s shortage of engineers is already proving popular with school pupils.
A total of 60 pupils at Headlands School, Bridlington, have enrolled onto the HEAD into engineering programme and will begin their engineering studies in September.
Young people are being offered the chance to take part in a free one-day rugby school at East Riding College during the half term holidays.
The Try It Out event will take place at the College’s campus in St Mary’s Walk, Bridlington, from 10am to 2pm on Tuesday, May 31.
East Riding College has become the first school or college in the area to secure a challenging new accreditation for advice and guidance.
The College has been awarded the Humber Gold Standard for Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG), which is jointly funded by Deflog VQ and the Humber LEP.
East Riding College and Cranswick Country Foods have teamed up to offer 16 apprenticeships at the company’s Preston factory.
They will run for 12 months each and everyone who successfully completes theirs is guaranteed a full-time job.
The company is looking for butchery apprentices to join its 1,400-strong workforce in producing fresh pork products for major supermarket chains.
Pontefract-based meat producer Dovecote Park has joined forces with East Riding College to offer butchery apprenticeships to young people in the region.
Following on from the first intake to its very popular apprenticeship programme, the expanding business is looking to recruit a fresh batch of male and female employees who are guaranteed a permanent position on successful completion of the 18-month programme.
The company is looking for butchery apprentices to join its 700-strong workforce in processing premium products for supermarket chain Waitrose.