Training providers and colleges
Role of the training provider
A training provider is the organisation who suppliers the training element of an apprenticeship. They are generally a separate organisation from the employer, although larger employers sometimes also act as providers. Providers will work with employers to ensure apprentices learn skills necessary for apprenticeship framework.
There are two types of providers:
- colleges of further education
- independent training organisations.
Services for training providers and colleges
Do you want to get your apprenticeship vacancy advertised to young people in Tower Hamlets?
Tower Hamlets Careers Services are in touch with all young people aged 13 to 19 in the borough. Our advisers work in schools, the college and community settings in Tower Hamlets as well as doing intensive work with unemployed young people to help them move forward into education, training and employment.
If you have a vacancy and would like to advertise to school and college students or young people currently unemployed who are seeking Apprenticeships please contact Tower Hamlets Careers Service.
For general advice and information, visit the Skills Funding Agency website or alternatively contact them on 0845 377 5000.