To help the next generation to get a foot into the world of work and encourage business growth, a Traineeship combines an unpaid work placement with a vocational course and employability skills.
Lasting from 6 weeks up to 12 months, Traineeships are fully funded by the Government – employers don’t have to pay a thing.
Benefits of hiring a Trainee
Latest Employer News
A trio of Coventry College students have earned praise from a major regional housing company after hitting the ground running in their new roles as apprentices.
The College has received a mark of excellence from an established Leicestershire spa for its work in the beauty industry.
Event and performance professionals from production specialists Area 51 visited Coventry College to speak to Level 3 Dance & Musical Theatre and Level 3 Acting students
A pair of T Level courses in Childcare & Education and Digital Production will be delivered by Coventry College from September 2023.
Coventry College is set to deliver a series of two-week home insulation Skills Bootcamps, part of the Government’s Skills for Life Guarantee, to help unemployed people launch careers and industry professionals progress in the retrofit and sustainability sector.
Commercial fit-out specialists Inside Limited have been appointed to lead construction on Coventry College’s new electric vehicle and retrofit centre.
Coventry College’s creative media students have been helping to shine a spotlight on the work of one of the official suppliers to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Coventry College has urged more local people to make use of a six-month employment programme that it is providing support to the city's hospital and helping young people achieve.
Aleyna Erkal has thanked Blossoms Day Nursery for her work experience & Coventry College for supporting her goal of becoming an early years practitioner.
Future business professionals in Coventry have been putting their skills to the test during a virtual work experience programme, kickstarting their KPMG Careers.
According to the latest Construction Skills Network (CSN) report, we are facing one of the biggest UK construction skills shortages and by 2026 over a quarter of a million extra construction workers may be needed.
What our Trainee employers say
Traineeships are really good for small businesses like mine. It gives the Trainee a good insight into the trade and if it goes well you have the option to take the young person on as an Apprentice.
Stuart Roberts, SD Roberts Plastering