Business is a highly competitive environment and one which is relevant to every industry throughout the world. Bridgwater & Taunton College has established an enviable reputation for its delivery of business courses rooted in the real world.
All of the teaching team have first hand experience of business combined with specialist skills in accountancy, management, personnel, retail and administration. Our business and management curriculum covers an extensive range of subjects relating to various business environments, from health and safety to event management and from accountancy to project management.
Bridgwater & Taunton College has also established an enviable reputation for its delivery of human resources courses, which are rooted in the real world.
These nationally recognised qualifications are designed for HR practitioners to acquire a wide range of relevant practical HR skills and to become more effective at work. They are also valuable for line managers, supervisors and team leaders to support and enhance HR responsibilities.
What our students say
“My apprenticeship is invaluable to me as I am able to gain qualifications as well as earn money. This has been a huge benefit for me as I am able to have an education and save money at the same time which would be impossible for me to do at University. Another advantage is the one-to-one training I have received. The staff at both work and Bridgwater College, have been encouraging and supportive. My people skills and confidence have grown enormously while I’ve been on the Apprenticeship and I have now been offered a full-time job at the School on completion of my course. It’s such a good feeling to find a job you love doing and I cannot wait to see what my future holds!”
Former student of Haygrove School, Kara is currently studying a Business and Administration Level 3 Apprenticeship at St John and St Francis Church School.
“My course has taught me many new skills that I will be able to take with me into employment. Team working and organisational skills were learnt during hands-on tasks such as planning our own successful event where we invited external businesses to talk to the students about future career possibilities.”
Former pupil of Shapwick School, Emilie hopes to go onto an Apprenticeship in Business Administration on completion of her course.