Deliver in total 6 higher level courses, 15 level 1-3 courses and 1 apprenticeship programme
The project will extend the current building, providing six additional classrooms. It will refurbish existing rooms to enable a higher level of course to be delivered, and it will redesign some of the internal space to separate public/student access, ensuring a clear division between student and community facilities. The project will also include investment in IT equipment to enhance the digital skills of the curriculum. The development of the building will increase the number of students using the facility by approximately 130, and deliver in total 6 higher level courses, 15 level 1-3 courses and 1 apprenticeship programme. The curriculum areas that will utilise the provision will be the vocational study areas of health and social care, sports and exercise science and public services at levels 1 to 6. Additionally, new higher-level apprenticeships in health and care will be delivered.
The scheme will enable the college to provide higher level skills training in Southern Lincolnshire by:
- Developing and delivering at least 10 additional qualifications by 2021/22;
- Enable curriculum innovation to support business needs in sport, healthcare and public services, benefitting at least 220 employers by 2021/22 including Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire police services;
- Increase by at least 80% the number of learners accessing high-quality education and training in key sectors, including apprenticeships, HNC/Ds and Foundation Degrees by 2021/22.
- Enabling New College Stamford to provide higher level skills training in Southern Lincolnshire - sports science, health and public services training and education
For further information on this project please contact Louise Perry on email@example.com.