The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London hosted two sessions with local employers today (Friday 13 March) as part of Haringey 100, a project run in partnership with Haringey Council, working to create 100 apprenticeship places for Haringey people in 100 working days. Over 35 local employers attended throughout the day, which was timed to coincide with National Apprenticeships Week 2015 (9-13 March).
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London hosted the Siemens Careers Day on Monday (19 January) at its Tottenham Centre to highlight the number and range of job opportunities and career paths open to learners within its growing rail operations, including company’s new train maintenance facility in Hornsey.
The training programmes are for 16-23 year olds and are designed to provide learners with everything they need to know to work as a track person within the rail industry or to progress to an apprenticeship. The programme is both classroom based at the College’s first class facilities in Enfield and also work experience in an operational railway environment.
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London held a graduation ceremony for fifteen learners last week (5 December) who had taken part in the SPUR Project (Supporting People into Employment using the Army Reserve) run in partnership with the Army Reservists and JCP (Job Centre Plus).
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London held a graduation ceremony at its Enfield Centre last week (5 December) for the first group of thirty learners who completed the newly set up Enfield Gateway Project, run in partnership with Job Centre Plus (JCP).