CCCT offers apprenticeships for a range of industries and specific work roles.
Your fulfilling career in Accounting starts here. There are many fields of Accounting you could pursue that will prepare you for work opportunities with businesses and the public sector.
Develop your love of creative, hands-on work. Get busy on-site or hone valuable project and team management skills to contribute to your new career in the construction industry.
Whether you want to work in your own business or global enterprise, you’ll find opportunities to learn key skills in marketing, customer service, sales and management from the workplace floor.
Get involved in cutting edge tech development, learn about computer programming and coding, creating graphics, developing websites and apps, working with the latest systems, equipment and facilities.
Career opportunities in engineering exist in almost every industrial sector. Find a route into a range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, electronics and electrical engineering.
Join the creative economy working in the arts and digital media industries – fashion, digital design, graphics and photography. Develop your passion with a career in music and performing arts – upfront on stage or behind the scenes.
Develop practical, hands-on creative skills whilst learning how to work with others in a team, day-to-day service management, health and safety and other industry needs.
Start your career in the health and childcare sectors in a wide range of roles – from daycare to the NHS, working in schools, healthcare or in animal care and management.
Kickstart your culinary career with our award-winning teaching team. Learn from chef lecturers from some of the top restaurants in the UK, learning everything from traditional and classical craft skills to today’s ground-breaking food research.
Your fulfilling career in law starts here. There are many fields of law you could pursue, including copyright and trademark law, that will prepare you for work opportunities with businesses and the public sector.
Learn how to run a small business – from research to financial planning and management – and then explore techniques for promoting your enterprise, including use of digital marketing and media.
A science qualification can prepare you for many careers, including sports science, food development, medicine, research, meteorology and astronomy. Benefit from learning practical and theoretical aspects while you apply your knowledge in a relevant workplace.
Make a difference to someone’s life with a career in social care. Learn hands-on skills to succeed on the front line of service as well as gain the background knowledge for a future management role.
Gain a foundation for a career in health and social care, nursing, teaching and social work. Learn about public health, sociological and psychology, caring for children and young people, safeguarding adults and promoting independence.
If you want to work in a specialist industry, you’ll find opportunities to learn key skills across different sectors.