Welcome to Our KingdomCollege
We thrive to continuously benefit society by upskilling and reskilling its members. We are committed to designing the training Programme around the individual business and learner to ensure training needs at the individual level are met.
Why Choose Us?
At KC, quality, integrity, transparency, and trust are at the centre of everything we do.
Teaching and assessing staff at KC are highly qualified in their respective fields and hold many years of industrial experience, ensuring that the training needs of employers and learners are met.
KC focuses on the successful completion of a qualification within the given timeframe and budget, ensuring employers and learners get the maximum return on time and money invested.
Apprenticeship training revolves around individual business and learner needs to ensure student-centric training is achieved.
Higher Education Admissions
Apprenticeship (A-Z); Learners
It is a job with a training programme where the apprentice or employee gains knowledge, skills, and behaviour on and off the job and gets paid. All apprenticeship training programmes end with a formal qualification. You can start an apprenticeship with your existing employer or a new employer.
Anyone in England aged 16 years old and above, whether employed, unemployed, or leaving school There is no upper age limit. There are no formal qualifications needed to do an apprenticeship; however, some employers may ask for GCSEs (level 4+) in English, math, and science.
Apprentices are entitled to at least the apprentice wage rate (£4.15) if they are either
- Aged under 19
- Aged 19 or over and in the first year of their apprenticeship.
Example: Emma, at age 23, in the first year of her apprenticeship is entitled to a minimum hourly rate of £4.15, but from the second year she will be entitled to the national minimum wage rate, which is £8.20 per hour.
Apprentices are entitled to the minimum wage for their age if they both:
- are aged 19 or over
- have completed the first year of their apprenticeship
There is no upper limit for employers to pay apprentices; employers can pay above the apprentice wage rate and the national minimum wage rate.
Apprenticeship (A-Z); Employers
There must be a genuine job available with a contract of employment long enough for an apprentice to complete their apprenticeship. Employers must pay an apprentice’s wages, and the role must help them gain the knowledge, skills, and behaviour they need to achieve the apprenticeship with support from the employer.
Apprenticeship is an effective and productive way to grow talent and develop a multi-talented, motivated, and skilled workforce. Following are some known facts about apprenticeships (https://www.apprenticeships.gov.uk/employers/benefits-of-hiring-apprentice#):
- 86% of employers have said that they were able to develop skills relevant to their organisation with the help of apprenticeships.
- 78% of employers claimed that apprenticeships improved productivity in their organisations.
- 74% of employers said apprenticeships helped them increase the quality of their product or service.
Some other benefits include:
- Adapt the training of an apprentice according to your business needs.
- Highly motivated to learn new skills and grow in your company.
- Expansion and upskilling of your workforce
The government has set up funding bands to determine the maximum you can spend on each apprenticeship training course through your digital account, and employers who do not pay the levy will pay 5% of the training cost of each apprentice they take on, and the remaining 95% will be paid by the government.
Example: Emma is undertaking a level 3 retail team leader apprenticeship with a non-levy employer. The government has set the maximum funding band for this apprenticeship training at £5000. The agreed training cost between the employer and the training provider is £5000. Out of the total £5000 training cost, the government will pay £4750 and the employer will pay £250.
Example: Ava is undertaking a level 3 radio network technician apprenticeship with a non-levy employer, ABC Limited. The government has set the maximum funding band for this apprenticeship training at £15,000. The agreed training cost between the employer and the training provider is £15,000. Out of the total £15,000 training cost, the government will pay £14250 and the employer will pay £750. ABC Limited has used employer incentives to pay £750, which they received from the government for hiring an apprentice.
The worker Ealing Service recently had the opportunity to work in partnership with Kingdom College in supporting Ealing Resident to gain a qualification in the security industry. Kingdom College were able to design and deliver a bespoke employability course to support our residents. The blended delivery style is worked well for the learners and the feedback that we received has all been positive, especially around their individual experiences and what they achieved as a direct result of the course.
It is a beautiful college, we have learned a lot of new things I suggest you to attend and meet the Professor Omar who has a Professional experience.
I have worked with Kingdom College in the past year, utilising them to deliver a set of security training courses. I have found them to be approachable, attentive and responsive to requests. They were also flexible in the design of the course and took my ideas and feedback onboard to tailor it to my needs.
The quality of delivery training was excellent. The atmosphere of training was very good and helpful. My course teacher Omar is excellent and extremely helpful.
A first class training provider offering a range of subjects with the industry’s top trainers with a health of knowledge and experience to share with their student.