About Dudley College
Dudley College is a large general further education college. The college supports young people and adults at its sites located in and around Dudley.
Around two fifths of learners are from Dudley, a quarter from Sandwell and most of the remainder are from other Black Country boroughs and neighbouring cities and counties.
The college works with approximately 20,000 learners each year. Of these, around 3,000 are young people aged 16-18 studying full time programmes or working towards apprenticeships. Many of the college’s adult learners attend on a part time basis or study towards vocational qualifications in the work place. Just over half of the college’s learners are female; and just over a quarter are from minority ethnic groups. The college has around 350 learners aged 14-16.
The college offers courses in a wide range of subject areas and provides education and training for apprentices, advanced apprentices, international and workplace learners. The college has extensive links with employers on a local, regional and national basis offering a diverse range of business improvement and employee skills updating programmes. The college also offers a number of employability programmes to help adults return to work.
The college employs some 700 staff and has an annual turnover of £32 million. It was officially rated as outstanding by Ofsted at its most recent inspection in 2017.
Our mission: outstanding technical and professional learning,
which raises aspirations, develops skills and changes lives.
8 jobs with Dudley College
The primary responsibility of the successful applicant is to deliver the knowledge and practical’s of a Data Cable Installer.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Administrator to join our team to cover for a period of maternity leave.
If you are an experienced lecturer with a mechanical engineering background we would like to hear from you.
We are seeking an Apprentice Quality Technician to work within our Steel Foundry.
You will be responsible for achieving production targets, and reporting production issues when applicable using recognised Company procedures.
You will perform a combination of tasks in a foundry concerned with melting metal, pouring metal into moulds, removing castings and dressing castings.
We are seeking apprentices suitable for various roles across the site from Foundry Operatives to Patternmaker.
Apprentices develop professional skills, knowledge and confidence and gain a recognised qualification through its apprenticeship programme.