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Monday to Friday, 9.30am-5.30pm

0300 123 3385

apprenticeships@totton.ac.uk

Apprenticeships are a fantastic way to improve and grow your business, offering you the chance to develop a more skilled and qualified workforce to meet the needs of your business in the future. Whatever your training needs, Totton College can support you. We offer a free Business Training Needs Analysis to identify any skills gaps in your workforce and can provide end to end recruitment support as part of our Employer Services offer.

Apprentices can be anyone over the age of 16, they can be new to the organisation or an existing employee who would benefit from upskilling and an apprenticeship can start from level 2 through to level 7 (masters level).

Whether you are a levy paying company or a small business, we can support you to navigate the Apprenticeship funding system and identify any financial support or incentives available to your organisation.

What our employers say:

I employed an apprentice as part of my business expansion and it proved extremely successful. She was enthusiastic and keen to adapt her learning to her job which benefited her, us and our clients. For me, taking on an apprentice is a privilege because it’s so good to be able to pass something on tomorrow’s stylists.

Rebecca Barnes

Co-founder, The Organic Hair Lounge Southampton

Totton College was instrumental in helping us to make the most of the levy and come up with a training course that suited our needs. Our apprentice is a real asset to the business and we’re delighted to have offered her a permanent position. I would definitely encourage more businesses to consider taking on apprentices.

David Bower

Recruitment Manager, Roke Romsey

Key benefits of working with us

Investing in staff training results in their increased motivation and retention.

Flexible delivery to suit your business: work, college workshops and monthly assessor visits.

Boost in productivity and customer satisfaction. Apprentices bring innovative ideas and a fresh perspective.

Addressing skill shortfalls and identifying and developing new managers to aid succession planning.