One of the largest and most successful Further Education colleges in England, the Hull College Group is a dynamic, ambitious and rapidly developing organisation.
With a turnover of over £60 million and over 27,000 students, the Group, which incorporates Hull College, Harrogate College, Goole College and Rhino Training Ltd, is committed to inspiring and enabling outstanding, life-changing education and training.
One of the largest providers of its kind in the Country, the Group has a turnover of over £60 million and 1,500 employees. 27,000 students are enrolled across the organisation studying a wide-range of further and higher education courses including; A Levels, BTECs, NVQs, Foundation Degrees, BA (Hons) and Masters Degrees, Apprenticeships and Higher Apprenticeships with 87 per cent of those students achieving qualifications with the Group progressing into employment or further qualification. The Group is also one of a few colleges to enrol 14 year olds full time from September 2013. The Group has an exemplary record for employer engagement, providing business support and training services to local, regional and national organisations. The Group is the lead provider of a regional Support for Skills in the Workplace (SSW) contract, supporting the training and development of employees in SMEs.
Hull College Group also plays a vital role in regional regeneration. The Humber region is anticipating enormous future investment in renewables, and the Group has established the Energy and Climate Centre, offering qualifications which will enable students and businesses to benefit from green investment opportunities. The Group has a large HE portfolio with programmes at undergraduate and post graduate level, and is currently being reviewed by the QAA to confirm Foundation Degree Awarding Powers status.
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