Lincoln College Group has been working with its partners to provide learners with the training and resources needed to carve careers within the health care industry.
Working alongside industry, the Group has designed and created a number of courses designed to ensure the health sector has a pool of talent to choose from, especially now and in a post-COVID-19 Britain.
These courses are delivered through Lincoln College’s Care College, which opened last year, and through Newark College’s Care College, which opened its doors at the start of the new term in September.
“Talking to our partners has enabled us to create courses that meet the very specific requirements for the health care industry,” said Mark Locking, Managing Director – Education and Training Delivery, Lincoln College Group.
“It’s about working in partnership with the community to ensure what we’re doing as a College is relevant, meets demand and provides the very best opportunities for our learners.”
Lincoln College has seen record recruitment numbers this year already at the Care College, and the Group sees Newark College following suit, as both colleges push to serve this much-needed health care sector.
“We’re continuing to develop and expand our Care College philosophy. We’ve expanded our Policing College, we’re continuing to develop our construction and engineering offering and we continue to listen and to act on feedback from people in our communities as to what resources we can offer going forward,” said Mark.