The Sheffield College is shortlisted for the Educate North Awards

27th March 2019

The Sheffield College has been shortlisted for a prestigious education award.

The Educate North Awards celebrate, recognise and share best practice and excellence in the further and higher education sector in the North. The College is a finalist in the Employer Engagement Award category, and is the largest provider of apprenticeships in the city and Sheffield City Region. Andrew Hartley, Commercial Director, The Sheffield College, said: -We are delighted to have been shortlisted in the Educate North Awards after seeing significant demand for our apprenticeship provision. He added: -Our aim is to meet the skills needs of employers, so they get the talent they need for future growth, and to enable more young people and adults to benefit from apprenticeships so they go further in employment and their careers. The College supports major employers including Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Horbury Group, JPI Media, Keepmoat Homes, Liberty Speciality Steels, Sheffield Forgemasters, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Tarmac, and also advises small to medium sized businesses. The Educate North Awards have attracted submissions from further education colleges and universities. The winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Hilton Manchester on April 25th. Visit To find out how your business could benefit from apprenticeships at The Sheffield College, visit or call 0114 2602600.

You might also be interested in

Local Businesses List Cleanliness, Safety and Retail As Their Top Priorities For Improvement in South Yorkshire’s Civic Centres

Mon 8th July 2024

Safety, cleanliness and the quality of retail have all been cited by South Yorkshire businesses as top priorities for their local urban cores. This is according to the recently-published findings of the Town and City Centre Survey.

BCC Quarterly Economic Survey: Business Confidence Continues To Tick Up in Q2

Mon 8th July 2024

The BCC’s Quarterly Economic Survey – the UK’s largest and longest-running independent business survey – shows measures of business confidence and business conditions slightly improved in Q2 2024, albeit from a very low base.

Bank Seeks Further Evidence Before Rate Cut

Mon 1st July 2024

David Bharier, Head of Research at the British Chambers of Commerce reacts to the Bank of England’s latest interest rate decision


Mon 1st July 2024

Director General of the BCC, Shevaun Haviland, has urged the next Government to stop treading on eggshells around trade with the EU if it wants to grow the UK economy.