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At The College of North West London, we know your time is precious to you. That’s why we have a range of bespoke training options available including Apprenticeships, NVQs and short courses, so you can acquire the skills your organisation needs in a cost-effective way and with minimal disruption.

Workforce development meets the needs of employers by offering high quality work based vocational learning in a wide range of industry sectors and skill areas. Employees can gain valuable skills while employers improve the efficiency and productivity of their business. We are flexible and business-focused, and our professional trainers design programmes that match the needs of your organisation. We also have an established and successful NVQ Assessment Centre. We also offer customised short courses specific to your training needs. These specialised courses provide essential skills to allow your staff to develop their skills and contribute more to your organisation.

To find out more about these courses and other training programmes or to make an appointment, contact Business Development on 0208 208 5276 or email Skills4work@cnwl.ac.uk

Courses for Employers

The College of North West London's Business Development Unit provides a range of courses designed to upskill your workforce, from Apprenticeships to NVQs to Short Courses. We have also built a number of bespoke training programmes for organisations such as Land Securities and Westfield.

Free Recruitment Service

At The College of North West London  we offer a free recruitment service for employers which takes the stress out of finding employees. By advertising your job roles to our 2000+ students, our alumni and a large number of unemployed students on specific employability courses. We also advertise through social media, third party organisations and external jobsites. In addition to advertising your job roles to a wide pool of candidates we also provide a free short-listing service.

Click the link below for more information on our recruitment service and feedback from previous clients. Alternatively if you would like to speak to a dedicated Account Manager to discuss a bespoke recruitment solution please call 0208 208 5276 or email Skills4work@cnwl.ac.uk

Jobs and Opportunities

The College of North West London is dedicated to providing our learners past and present with access to employment opportunities in London. Click the link below for details of opportunities available to past and present CNWL students OR if you are unemployed and claiming a benefit:

If you are unemployed and claiming a benefit we have a number of courses designed to get you back into employment as well as strong links with a range of employers in London. Click the link below for details:

Employers We Work With

The College of North West London is proud to work with a diverse range of Partner Organisations in order to provide the widest choice of opportunities for our students.

Bede Cabinet Office Chantrey Vellacott City West Homes David Miller Architects Dunraven School Eurostar Farrells Groundswell Helena Kennedy Hilton Investors In People Job Centre Plus Kensington Chelsea Land Securities Mace Network Rail NHS Paddington Academy Savoy SB Security Skype Sportify St George Construction Thistle Underground

‚ÄčEuropean Social Fund

Did you know many of our courses for adults are supported by the European Social Fund (ESF)?
The European Union funds and co-funds some of the College's courses to develop workplace skills for those in the workplace and the unemployed.

Their aim is to:

improve employment opportunities

help raise standards of living

help people fulfil their potential

The ESF is devoted to promoting employment in the EU and making Europe's workforce and companies better equipped to face new, global challenges.

Their strategy and budget is negotiated and decided between EU member states, the European Union Parliament and the Commission. And once they have decided on their operational plans, it is then implemented through a wide range of institutions including us, College of North West London.

For more information about the ESF in England visit: www.dwp.gov.uk/esf