Employer Partnerships

We partner and work with organisations to deliver an innovative approach to learning, helping empower the workforce, solve business challenges and support future business growth.

Inspirational. Inclusive. Influential.

With over 30,000 learners, a dynamic and motivated team of subject and industry specialists and state-of-the-art facilities, we offer an award winning training provision to professionals and individuals across Wales.

We partner with businesses to deliver an innovative approach to learning, helping empower the workforce, solve business challenges and support future growth. 

Our Success Stories

Wales and West Utilities

Managed service provider for all training needs

Dow

We have apprenticeship spaces still available with Dow

Persimmon

How we opened a Training Academy with Persimmon

BBC

Our latest Apprenticeship  Programme

Deloitte

Collaboration between private and education sectors

Hafod

Training provision across the housing, support and care sector 

Latest News on Employer Partnerships 

News

Cardiff and Vale College collaborates on Innovative I-WORK Project

Cardiff and Vale College have been selected as the Lead Partner in one of six collaborative projects for the British Council/Foreign and Commonwealth’s I-WORK (Improving Work Opportunities – Relaying Knowledge) Programme.
14 Aug 2019

News

Cardiff and Vale College first in Wales to gain approval from the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education

Cardiff and Vale College has become the first college in Wales to gain the green light from the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) enabling it to offer and award more Higher Education courses following a successful Gateway Review.
14 Jun 2019

News

Cardiff and Vale College and Deloitte partner in New Beginnings employability programme

Cardiff and Vale College are working hand-in-hand with leading professional services firm Deloitte to create an exciting, unique and fully funded opportunity to boost the career prospects of people in the Cardiff and Vale region.
28 May 2019