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Important information about Return to College – January 2021

 

*Updated 07/01/2021*

 

 


 

Due to the Prime Minister’s announcement on 4th January 2021, there will be no face-to-face teaching until further notice.  Following the DfE’s announcement yesterday (06/01/2021), the College has been considering the best course of action regarding January examinations. We have made the decision to cancel any examinations after 7th January in order to ensure the safety of our staff and students.  While we can put in place mitigations on site and keep students and staff safe there, however we feel that the risk of travelling into College is too high.

 

If your young person has  examinations or controlled assessments after the 7th January they will not take place.  When we are informed of awarding body arrangements for alternatives, we will let you know.  In the meantime, please ask your young person to  focus on current learning and staying safe. If you have any questions around the examinations please contact me directly  or email covid@bathcollege.ac.uk.

 

Safe Space will be open from Wednesday 6th January at 11am on both campuses.  If you think you need it, contact your link in Student Welfare, Inclusion or on covid@bathcollege.ac.uk

 

We will update this page of our website as we receive more information

 

Apprenticeships, News

Bath College’s Top Three Apprenticeships of the Month

January Edition

 

It’s 2019 and what better way to start the year than with three brand new opportunities. We’ve taken our pick of the top three apprenticeships that you can apply for and have compiled them into this post. (Click the headers to look at the full job description).

 

#1

 

Level 2 IT Support Apprentice

This role is working with DHI (Developing Health and Independence) who are a local charity dedicated to getting people back on their feet. They work closely with people on the fringes of society to help them get back into work and live independently. They are looking for an IT apprentice to come in and assist with the day to day running of the charity as well as bring new ideas in to shape their technology strategy. This is an ideal opportunity for anyone who is looking to get into the IT industry, as you will be trained on the job in support, configuration and have the opportunity to bring your own ideas and knowledge to the table. The staring salary is £4.90 per hour.

 

#2

 

Level 3 Apprentice Office Administrator

This is an advanced apprenticeship in Business Administration working with Timbersource Ltd. Timbersource are a leading supplier of timber in the UK, championing a sustainable approach. Sustainable wood is a natural and eco-friendly solution to many material costs and problems we face today. Timbersource are looking for a hardworking apprentice to join their team on the back of significant growth. You will be working directly with managers and directors to deliver an efficient administration process, such as communicating with customers, processing orders and invoices, and preparing statistics for meetings. As well as your time spent in the office you will complete a Level 3 NVQ in Business Administration. The Salary is £10,400 per year.

 

#3

 

Level 2 Apprentice Receptionist

Our third and final Apprenticeship is a Level 2 Apprentice Receptionist. This would be working at a busy secondary school in Bath, St Marks. The role is in the administration team, ensuring the reception area runs smoothly. The receptionist will be the first point of contact for all visitors and callers and so St Marks are after someone who is calm, approachable and has a cheery disposition. The apprenticeship is expected to take 16 months, during which you will complete an NVQ Level 2 Qualification in Business Administration. On completion of the Apprenticeship there are many opportunities for progression, promotion and additional training. The salary is £5.90 an hour.

 

 

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