At UTC Warrington, careers, employability skills and destinations are at the centre of everything that we do and is reflected in our core values. We are committed, alongside our industry partners, to provide a unique and exciting curriculum that is supported by industry professionals and leading STEM organisations. 

Ensuring that our students are employable and career-ready are the fundamentals of UTC Warrington’s success in ensuring access to apprenticeships is higher than the national average and the quality of STEM destinations is high.

The Associate Assistant Principal for Employability is Chris Hatherall. He can be contacted at chatherall@utcw.co.uk or by telephoning the college on 01925 737067.

The need for good careers guidance for our students has never been so important. We are living in an ever-changing world, where advances in technology will continue to change the future jobs market, and also the skills that our young people need.

Our positive sustained destinations along with the vocational nature of our curriculum and expertise of our teaching staff, is underpinned by our excellent careers programme.

Employability Skills

Alongside core softer skills, such as teamwork, resilience and initiative, having the right skills and attitude for securing an apprenticeship, employment or university place are equally as important.

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Employability Charter

As an business-led college, we pride ourselves in shaping our students to become the next industry leaders through offering a rich science and engineering curriculum and exposure to the local work force. To enable them to reach their fullest potential, we understand that each pupil should have access to good quality information about future study options and the labour market opportunities.

Click here to read the UTCW Employability Charter.