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About this Provider

Bishop Burton College has a well-resourced Services to Business department, the primary function of which is to develop and deliver demand-led apprenticeships. The College has a strong track record of working with employers, particularly in the land-based industries, and will seek to:

  • Involve employers in the design, development and delivery of learning in order to improve the 'work readiness' of students
  • Assist employers with their training requirements through the provision of direct services such as training needs analysis and customised training courses
  • Form strategic partnerships with employers in order to meet local skills needs.

The College's effectiveness is highlighted by twice winning the British Quality Foundation's prestigious UK Excellence Award.

26 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Advanced butcher Standard 3 Details
Agriculture Framework 2 Details
Agriculture Framework 3 Details
Animal Care Framework 2 Details
Animal Care Framework 3 Details
Business Administrator Standard 3 Details
Business and Administration Framework 2 Details
Butcher Standard 2 Details
Customer Service Framework 2 Details
Customer service practitioner Standard 2 Details
Golf greenkeeper Standard 2 Details
Horse Care Framework 2 Details
Horse Care and Management Framework 3 Details
Horticulture Framework 2 Details
Horticulture Framework 3 Details
Horticulture and Landscape Operative Standard 2 Details
Land-based Engineering Framework 2 Details
Land-based Engineering Framework 3 Details
Land-based service engineer Standard 2 Details
Land-based service engineering technician Standard 3 Details

Contact details

Phone number:
01964 553000
Employer satisfaction:
Learner satisfaction:
Source: Skills Funding Agency FE Choices

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Explain levels

Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)

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