EDUCATION TO EMPLOYMENT
On this page you can find out more about the opportunities in education to employment, including City College Plymouth Public Services courses, and Babcock career and STEM opportunities.
If you are looking or a career in the Armed Forces, click here for more information on the wide range of opportunities available within Military.
City College Plymouth Public Services
If you’re looking for an exciting, fast-paced and rewarding career in the public services, then a course at City College Plymouth could be the gateway to your success.
Whether you dream of a career in the armed forces, the police or other emergency services, City College can help to make it happen. Courses are taught by highly skilled, qualified lecturers, who have enjoyed successful careers in public services themselves. They will guide you through the foundations of your chosen career, and help you gain essential skills in leadership, teamwork and communication which will enhance your future prospects.
A career in the public services takes guts, drive and determination, so each course is challenging both in and out of the classroom. You won’t just be sat at a desk, depending on your pathway you could be throwing yourself into a work placement, or pushing yourself to the limit at Dartmoor. Whatever your path, at the end of the course, you’ll know what you’re made of and have the skills and traits you need for a great career.
Click the link below to browse the full range of public services courses available at City College Plymouth. Once you are on the course page, you will find courses at levels 2, 3, 5 or 6, pick your level, choose a start date and apply for September 2020.
Career Opportunities at Babcock
Working for Babcock will give you the opportunity to develop your career, with fantastic prospects for promotion, along with the ability to learn transferrable skills and earn nationally-recognised qualifications.
Visit the Careers site to search for available roles.
Inspiring the next generation around the world
Babcock partnered with the UK Government in 2018 to promote STEM careers and inspire the next generation of engineers. By joining activities, initiatives and events across the country as well as establishing a new recruitment programme, our focus throughout the year was to change common perceptions about working in engineering and encourage more young people into STEM.