Rockley's Head of Education, Clare Hicks commented: "I am beginning to get approached by numerous students and schools about options for students leaving sixth form that are choosing not go on to university. With places for apprenticeships so fiercely competitive and students not always having the qualifications to go straight into employment, we are seeing numerous students approaching Rockley asking to complete our vocational courses after A Levels. This is a perfect option for those wanting to get qualified for a job working in the sport and outdoor industry."
With colleges and sixth form schools feeling a sense of responsibility to ensure that students leaving sixth form have some kind of idea what their next move is, Clare is now attending assemblies in and around Poole and Dorset, highlighting to students the further training opportunitites available with Rockley Education - all of which are FREE for an 18-year-old student.
If you are a school and would like a member of the Education team to come and host an assembly, or a student who is about to finish their sixth form and have no plans to go to university, please click below to request further information: