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Professional training sessions at Exeter Science Park

Exeter College is holding drop-in sessions at Exeter Science Park café every Thursday to talk to tenants and local businesses about their professional qualification needs.

Exeter College is holding drop-in sessions at Exeter Science Park café every Thursday in November and December 2019, and January 2020, to talk to tenants and local businesses about their professional qualification needs.

Meet Charlotte Wylie and Andrea Hodges between 10:00 and 14:30 every Thursday at their professional training desk, to discover the range of courses on offer through Exeter College and discuss how to upskill your team.

The College offers courses across a range of sectors, from general roles such as HR, business administration, accounting and digital marketing, to more specialist areas such as software development, data analytics and laboratory technicians.

These Apprenticeship courses allow businesses to offer training for staff to upskill or fill skills gaps, at little or no extra cost to themselves (as Government fund 95% of cost OR the Apprenticeship Levy covers the cost).

We would encourage businesses interested in recruiting into specific roles or looking to offer their staff training and progression opportunities to speak to Charlotte or Andrea.

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