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ALERT : Change to May Half-Term dates: Half-term for students will start on Thursday 21st May 2020, online teaching will start again on Monday 1st June 2020. This is because your teachers are working on calculated grades

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apprenticeship accredited

The Institute of Innovation & Knowledge Exchange has ratified the decision for Havering College of Further and Higher Education to receive the Enterprise and Employability Accreditation, thus enabling the College to award the Certificate of Enterprise and Employability to their 14-19 students. This is a great achievement for the College and encompasses the hard work of staff and our employers with students to ensure they are ready for the world of work. In issuing the award the panel made a number of  commendations, that included: “Good to see that coaching and peer mentoring is used so proactively, supporting confidence-building in students and a ready-to-work ethos”, “Approaches to customer understanding and business change are difficult areas for professionals, and the unique take on these by the college is commendable.”

Head of Skills and Apprenticeships Steve Lee said, “this is a great achievement for the College, but one that could not have been achieved without the fantastic support from our employers. Thank you to everyone who supports our young people by offering real-life projects that help to promote challenge, problem-solving and enterprise-thinking”

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