CDC is an apprenticeship centre wholly owned by Sheffield City Council and recently rated "Good" by OFSTED. It provides apprenticeship training for a wide range of employers across the Sheffield City Region including delivering all of Sheffield City Council's apprenticeship programmes. As a Council service, the apprenticeship offer is unique as it supports the Corporate Plan to create thriving neighbourhoods and communities, tackle inequalities whilst boosting the economy. As such we will help any young person that wants to look for an apprenticeship and put them forward for vacancies, help with writing CVs and provide short employability courses with work experience, leading to guaranteed interviews Our centre is at Manor Lane next to the Kier site, 1 mile from the City Centre, a 15 minute walk from Sheffield train station and has a tram stop. The centre has recently been refurbished and has a number of bright classrooms, fully kitted out with IT equipment and interactive whiteboards. It also has some specialist workshops for bricklayers, painters, roofers and carpentry. Our June 2017 OFSTED inspection stated “Tutors and assessors develop positive and constructive relationships with employers which results in good apprenticeships and stimulating work experience opportunities. Consequently, apprentices and learners develop good practical and work related skills" The following apprenticeships are available through Sheffield City Council: •Adult care •Bench Joinery •Bricklaying •Business admin •Chef de partie •Childcare •Comms Chef •Customer Service •Teaching Assistant •Hospitality team member •IT Professional •IT User •Lead adult care worker •Multi trade •Operations departmental manager •Painting and decorating •Roofing slating and Tiling diploma •Shop fitting •Site Joinery •Team leader Supervisor For further information, please call 0114 2037102
What makes us different?
CDC opened in 2005 and specialises in providing quality apprenticeships aimed at people wishing to enter or enhance their skills and careers. Ofsted visited the Centre in June 2017 and awarded 'Sheffield Lifelong Learning and Communities' under the new inspection framework a "Good" grade. Comments from Ofsted's Report about 'Lifelong Learning and Communities': •Learners on the Apprenticeship programme are making good progress in developing the skills that they need for work •Learners successfully develop their functional skills and gain qualifications in English and Maths •Tutors challenge and inspire learners by providing good support to ensure that their individual needs are met •Learners benefit from a wide range of high quality resources at the provider's main centres •Tutors and Assessors successfully promote Equality and Diversity to provide an inclusive learning environment •Partnership working is very good and enables the service to respond successfully to each learner's needs within the local community •Self -assessment is very thorough and accurately identifies key areas for improvement