eastleigh-college

More than 22,000 learners from across the country choose to study with us every year. They benefit from our support, achieve excellent results and rate us with very high satisfaction scores. We truly believe that this is a fantastic place to study

Eastleigh College’s Vision, Mission and Values.

These statements establish our framework for success, defining what makes our College truly exceptional and different from other education and training providers.

  • Our Vision

Is to provide technical and professional education and training

That is business focused and to industry standards,

That raises the aspirations of learners and contributes to the economic growth of the Solent.

  • Our Mission

To create life changing opportunities that lead to strong careers and enable businesses to prosper.

  • Our Values

As an organisation we are committed to continuous improvement and have an ambitious approach.

Our culture is to be customer-focused, responsive, creative and proactive, well-informed, positive and energetic, solution seeking and professional.

College charter

Our College charter also sets out the strong promise we have to our learners:

Some of them are to:

  • Treat each learner fairly, with respect and courtesy.
  • Create a welcoming and safe environment that will support a diverse community of learners.
  • Provide access to safe facilities and appropriate learning resources to help learners to develop and progress.
  • Respond promptly if learners let us know if we do not deliver our promises.

Eastleigh College is not just a place for learning, we have a host of committed people in a huge variety of roles who help to make this happen.

As one of the largest employers in Eastleigh, we employ over 600 staff in:

Teaching

Learning support

Assessing

Administration

Sales

Enrolment

IT

and many more…….

The roles are hugely satisfying but demanding, our staff are confident, happy, have a strong work ethic and a commitment to the college values.

If you are interested in joining us, please have a look at our vacancies; If you are interested in teaching we can support you through your qualifications.

The HR Department, Eastleigh College on 023 8091 1173 

e-mail: recruitment@eastleigh.ac.uk

www.eastleigh.ac.uk

 

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