National Apprenticeship Week 2017
From 6th – 10th March it is National Apprenticeship Week in Wales and England. During this week, businesses, learners and training providers will be recognising apprenticeships and promoting the advantages to others.
Apprenticeships are beneficial for businesses and people as they allow you to gain a recognised qualification whilst in the workplace. They also give a new lease of life to businesses and many employers keep their apprentices on after training has ended due to them becoming a valued member of the team.
Apprenticeships are available throughout Wales and offer businesses the opportunity to better their workforce and improve the skills of their employees. It really is a win, win for all involved!
If you are interested in completing an apprenticeship, taking on a new learner or have a current staff member which you would like to complete a course then please contact us for more information.
You can follow the Apprenticeship Week activities by following their page on Facebook or Twitter and you can post your activities on Twitter by using the hashtag #AppWeekCymru.
Apprenticeships Are Back and In Action
It is that time of the year again where we have been given funding for work-based learning apprenticeships. We have availability in the following routes:
- Electrotechnical Level 3
- Motor Vehicle Level 2 and Level 3
- Various Construction Courses at Level 2 and Level 3
If you are interested in completing a qualification or would like more information, please visit our ‘Apprenticeships Page’ or contact us. Our details are listed on the ‘Contact Us’ page.
If you are an employer and are interested in taking on a learner to complete an apprenticeship, please visit our ‘Employers’ page or contact us. Alternatively, if you have someone in your employment who you think would benefit from an apprenticeship, please contact us.
Coleg QS Has Success at the Apprenticeship Awards Cymru 2016
On Thursday 20th October, Coleg QS attended The Apprenticeship Awards Cymru at Venue Cymru in Llandudno. The Awards is a high profile ceremony that is held every year to showcase excellence in skills development by learners, employers and training providers. It recognises the hard work of individuals and businesses who promote the positives of Apprenticeships.
This year we were very proud to have one of our fantastic employers shortlisted for the final of the Apprenticeship Awards Cymru in the small business category. Crimewatch Alarms was put forward for the Apprentice Employer of the Year award by Coleg QS. We have worked with CWE for many years now and felt that their hard work and passion for training young people and adults needed to be recognised.
We are proud to announce that they won the award! Congratulations to CWE and everyone who made it this far.
Newport Gwent Dragons End of Season Awards Evening 2016
Coleg QS were invited to attend the Newport Gwent Dragons End of Season Awards at Rodney Parade, Newport, on Friday 13th May 2016.
Coleg QS, proud sponsors of Newport Gwent Dragons, sponsored the Most Promising Player of the Season Award which was presented by Rhianna Noyes of Coleg QS and won by Ashton Hewitt.
Well done to all the players who won Awards and good luck for the new season.