Vision Business West Nottinghamshire College
Gold standard apprenticeship provider
Vision Business is a trading name of West Nottinghamshire College, one of the biggest and most successful colleges in the country. We are nationally renowned for training that is linked to organisational development with outcomes in the top 10% of all providers nationally.
We operate as a business partner in your talent planning process and have a long standing reputation for delivering high-quality training for local and national employers. We offer flexible and responsive holistic and tailored training solutions and hold the largest national college contract for apprenticeship delivery.
We deliver apprenticeships in:
- Hospitality and catering
- Business and leadership
- Health and social care
What employers say:
"We have developed a partnership approach to our work with Vision Business. They understand the needs of our trust and the challenges which we are facing with recruitment and retention. Vision Business is local and as such we have developed a very good relationship. One of our staff members has gone onto secondment to Vision Business so that she is integrated into the development and delivery of our programmes. Their support means that we can recruit the right calibre of people with the right attitudes and behaviours." - Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
"Respectful Care is proud to be in partnership with West Notts College as they too have the same ethics and standards as us. Respectful Care is an expanding home care provider that likes to up-skill its staff at every given opportunity and by having WNC as a training partner, this is a fantastic opportunity for young and old people in the local area to be part of a company that makes a real difference." - Respectful Care
"The company are working closely with the college at present to look at the possibility of providing one of the new apprenticeship standards in partnership with the college. Currently there are no providers within a 40-mile radius of the business that provide the current framework or the new standard for security and fire. This has been a problem for the business for many years. Having had discussions with the college they are now working with us to see if we can set up a partnership to enable the business to offer the industry-standard training to existing employees and apprentices in the future. This is an exciting opportunity for the business." - Integrated Solutions