Admissions (Current Employee) – maid marian way – 13 August 2017
Working for Central College used to be a great place to work for. Plenty of job prospects, very flexible with good management team. However with the merge with another college I am unable to make any comments at this moment.
Admissions Administrator (Former Employee) – Nottingham City Centre, Nottinghamshire – 7 August 2017
A good place to work if you don't mind sticking in the same role for as long as you stay with the company, Rewarding being able to help people achieve their potential. Management structure could do with a shake up, lacks dynamism.
Recruitment Resourcer (Current Employee) – Nottingham City Centre, Nottinghamshire – 25 July 2017
I've worked as a Recruitment Resourcer for nearly one year and love it. I'm leaving due to relocating to Nottingham, however if this wasn't the case I would definitely stay and progress within the college. Great team and environment.
Vehicle technician, mechanic or electrician (Former Employee) – Nottingham, UK – 18 January 2017
was really great enjoyed every part of the college I learned a lot from the tutors and they were very helpful in making us pass the course the managers were great and really helpful the other students were very helpful and were good candidates to work beside the hardest part in the job was the mot tests the part I enjoyed most was working with the cars and completing tasks
Nice place to work but constant mergers sometimes a struggle
Similar to above less money (Former Employee) – excellent Building a bit old – 11 February 2016
Very busy and challenging. Completed lots of educational training Management always needed to be helped out over and above. Co workers very needy because of lack of experience Hardest part of Job OFSTED Enjoyable giving students benefit of my knowledge
Sessional First Aid Tutor (Current Employee) – Nottingham, ENG – 30 October 2015
As a community tutor on a sessional contract the work load is variable, the students are from various backgrounds, for some English is their second language. This when teaching a practical based subject such as First Aid, can require a tutor to think on their feet and adapt their teaching style to suit the student.