Delivering Skills,

Boosting Business

Colleges of the South East Midlands

Colleges of South East Midlands are perfectly placed to ensure that businesses and other organisations can access a consistent and skilled talent pool of both school leavers and adults.

“Our colleges and sixth forms train thousands of adults each year, either upskilling them in their existing role or retraining them for new careers”

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Barnfield College

Barnfield College (part of West Herts College Group) have two specialist campuses located in the town of Luton. The College aims to provide local businesses with a talent pipeline of qualified, highly-skilled and job-ready people who can thrive in the workplace.

Milton Keynes College Group

With campuses in Milton Keynes and Bletchley, Milton Keynes College Group serves local businesses to future-proof their workforce whilst supporting the wider economic development.

Moulton College

Located in the Northamptonshire countryside, Moulton College serves local businesses by helping them with their recruitment, skills and training needs whilst also supporting local economic prosperity.

Northampton College

Northampton College serves local businesses in the heart of Northamptonshire ensuring to respond to the recruitment, training and skills needs in this area of the region.

The Bedford College Group

The Bedford College Group serves local businesses in Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire within the South East Midlands. The Group creates positive collaborations that benefit local businesses and the wider community.

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