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Employer reviews

Good (13 reviews)

Employer review details
Statement Percentage of employers that selected this as a "strength" Percentage of employers that selected this as "needs improvement" Total number of employers that selected this statement
Communication with employers 50% 50% 8
Getting new apprentices started 100% 0% 7
Improving apprentice skills 67% 33% 6
Reporting on progress of apprentices 50% 50% 6
Initial assessment of apprentices 100% 0% 5
Providing the right training at the right time 50% 50% 4
Adapting to my needs 50% 50% 4
Training facilities 100% 0% 4
Working with small numbers of apprentices 67% 33% 3

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Provider overview

Nacro is a national charity which provides services to equip people with skills, advice and support. Totton College is a centre for our apprenticeship provision and is committed to providing a vocational education and training centre of excellence. At Totton, we want every apprentice to have a positive experience which will enable them to develop confidence and self-esteem, & gain the skills, qualities and qualifications that apprentices need and employers want, now and in the future. If you are interested in employing an apprentice, one of our advisors will be on hand to discuss your requirements, explain the recruitment process, funding and working regulations, & provide assistance in producing job descriptions & personal specifications.

Apprenticeship training course

Early years educator (level 3)

NACRO’s training options

Head office

Walkden House 16-17, Devonshire Square, London, EC2M 4SQ

  • not available At apprentice’s workplace
  • available Day release
  • not available Block release

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