Meeting the Needs of Industry
The University of Lincoln is proud to have developed strong relationships with a range of high-profile organisations and is committed to partnering with employers to develop and deliver apprenticeships. We are working in partnership with with leading employers including Coca-Cola, Caterpillar, Nestlé, Siemens Energy, and the NHS, to develop and deliver apprenticeships that meet the needs of industry.
Whether it is engaging industry experts to address specific skills gaps by launching new academic programmes, or pursuing cutting-edge research to solve real-world commercial challenges, we have built a reputation for understanding and responding to the needs of business.
The University of Lincoln is recognised as setting a blueprint for excellence in our pioneering approach to working with industry. Our unique relationships with companies such as Siemens Energy and the Lincolnshire Co-op demonstrate our innovative industry-engaged approach, which has been acknowledged through a series of national awards over the past decade.
We have built a reputation for understanding and responding to the needs of business, forging strong industry links to address specific skills gaps and real-world commercial challenges.
Work With Us
“Lincoln's knowledgeable team were willing to work with us and help develop programmes we really need to get the skills of the future for our industry.” Cian Short, Group Apprentice Manager, Bakkavor
Whether you want to help your employees get a foot on the career development ladder or you are aiming to fill a high level skills gap by attracting high-calibre new recruits, we can offer the guidance and support your business needs.
With our extensive experience of working with employers to deliver apprenticeship schemes, we are able to advise on the latest government apprenticeship standards and qualifications, assisting in matching standards to job roles and planning apprenticeship schemes with your business.
If you have an enquiry or if you wish to have an informal discussion about our apprenticeship programmes please contact us.
Employers are encouraged to use the Government's Recruit an Apprentice tool at https://www.gov.uk/recruit-apprentice to post vacancies and manage applications for apprenticeships.