If you have not received your EMA application form you can download one from here
Are you interested in experiencing first-hand the setting up and running of your own company in school over the course of the year? It is your company – you elect the Board of Directors from amongst the members, raise share capital and market and finance a product or service of your own choice, in doing so learning about all aspects of business such as market research, finance, sales, production or service provision, customer service and HR as well as enhancing your CV/personal statement.
Interested, come along to the first meeting on Monday 22 August in C18 at 1.15 pm. Bring your lunch. If you can’t make the meeting or want further information, please let Mrs Scott in Business Education.
Please see link below if you are considering applying for medicine in 2016
Blazers ordered will be ready for collection as from Wednesday 10 August and we have also have now have ties for S1-4 students back in stock.
Please see below the latest updates from Edinburgh College
In this edition of the bulletin you will find details about the following:
• Post-results Drop-In Surgery for students
• Join our schools consultation
• Schools applications update
• Foundation apprenticeships available
• East Lothian Construction and Technology Centre
• Edinburgh College Prize Giving honours students
• Graduation 2016 coming soon
If any pupils are still uncertain of their plans, please see here for all full time courses with places still available. We continue to review applications and will add further courses which have places available on an on-going basis and remember our Course Information team are available throughout the summer to answer any queries and can be contacted at 0131 660 1010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday 12 August 2016
12 – 4.00pm
Following the SQA results we are holding a Drop-In Surgery for all current applicants and others who are unsure of their options following their results.
If anyone has any questions regarding their choices, please drop-in and our staff will be available to answer all questions regarding courses, availability and funding.
Schools Tracking Information
We are delighted to confirm that as of 21 June we received 2660 applications from school pupils across Edinburgh, Midlothian and East Lothian as part of our Schools guaranteed places scheme. With 60% of those applications coming from Edinburgh, 21% from East Lothian and 19% from Midlothian.
Places are still available with recruitment ongoing throughout the Summer. Available places can be found here.
Edinburgh College is partnering with East Lothian Council to launch the East Lothian Construction and Technology Centre. Opening in August in Musselburgh which aims to give senior school students opportunities to get into the industry by offering vocational courses in construction and related work skills. Further information can be found here.
We have a number of Foundation Apprenticeships (SCQF Level 6) places still available. Foundation Apprenticeships enable pupils in S4 to S6 to complete elements of a Modern Apprenticeship while still at school.
Foundation Apprenticeship Courses can give pupils a real head start , gaining valuable work experience with high profile companies and an industry recognised qualification to add to their CV.
2 half days per week: Tuesday and Thursday
The delivery location of each of the programmes is still to be confirmed. Please note there will be funding to support travel to campuses where required.
To enquire about Foundation Apprenticeship programmes over the summer, pupils should visit www.edinburghcollege.ac.uk/FA
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Could all pupils please collect any art work (including clay models) from the department this week. We are trying to create space for new pupils. If you would like to take your old art work home, please do so this week otherwise it may have to be recycled.
Wage: Under 25 NMW, 25+ £7.20 per hour plus tips.
Hours: Contracted 8-10 hours per week with the potential to increase as and when required on a weekly basis.
Flexibility is required to work around the hours of 10.30am-11pm.
As a Guest Server, you’ll have that special something, a personality that turns a meal into a really special occasion, a smile that lets our guests know that you are delighted to be looking after them. You will be able to connect and build relationships with your guests which brings their experience to life. You are the memory they will have after they leave Pizza Hut, and you are the reason they’ll want to visit us again and again.
To create that fantastic service you will naturally be a friendly, outgoing, chatty person. You’ll be at ease communicating with the variety of guests who visit our restaurants, whether they’re there for a working lunch, for family time, as groups of friends who want to catch up on the latest gossip, or to celebrate special occasions.
On joining Pizza Hut you can expect to receive world class training, work within a great culture of recognition which genuinely celebrates everyone’s achievements, as well as fantastic opportunities to progress your career further.
To apply, please email your CV together with a covering letter to :
Are you a multi-tasker on a mission? We need Customer Service Hosts hell bent on making sure that our customers have the very best experience possible! You’ll be a brilliant communicator, a great customer champion and an inspiring team player. You’ll be confident working across all areas of our clubs with one mission in mind: making sure each and every one of our customers has the best experience at Gala Bingo. You’ll be happy working as part of a dynamic and resourceful team – with the ability to take the initiative and think on your feet. Friendly and outgoing, you’ll relish the idea of creating a great atmosphere in the club. Up for it? Read on…
£7.52 after probationary period (£7.42 during probationary period)
Minimum 20 hours
If interested click on the link below to apply