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 Our Partners

Boston College works with a number of partners to ensure we meet the skills needs of our learners, employers and the community.


Our partners are:

A H Training

A H Training provide vocational education to the employed, ranging from Management, Customer Service and Business Administration.

"The workshop was very informative, good support was given and it was good to compare notes with similar training providers."
 - Andrea Hackett, Managing Director

Construction Skills Solutions

Based in Louth, Construction Skills Solutions deliver a wide choice of construction vocational qualifications, both locally and nationwide, in the workplace and in one of our excellent training facilities.
"We are very pleased with the partnership arrangement with Boston College. The team are efficient and helpful. The workshops and other partner events are extremely useful."
- Coral Walker, Director
"Since starting the carpentry course, I have never looked back. I have found a renewed focus and aim in life in an otherwise dull existence. I have learnt skills I never thought I could possess, all of which will prove very useful as I progress towards ultimately finding a fulfilling career. The course is taught in such a way that is informative and interesting without being overbearing or oppressive. The tutor(s) are knowledgeable and well versed in their respective trades. I have also during my time here been able to buy materials and make toys for my daughter and other keepsakes for other family members, improving my skills on the way. It is a thoroughly enjoyable course and genuinely look forward to coming every day.”    
- Nick, Student
First College Lincs

First College have bases in Skegness and Louth and deliver qualifications in Hospitality, Management, Accounting (AAT), Business Administration and Early Years as well as qualifications to the unemployed.
"Open, friendly, relaxed but informative workshop."
- Sheila Blackett, Learning Contract Manager
Hill McManus
 Hill McManus work in partnership with Boston College and Jobcentre Plus. Jointly we secure employment for unemployed individuals through training, support and the delivery of vocational qualifications.
"Our experience in working with the Boston College Partnership Team has been an extremely positive one! They are professional, friendly and very supportive!
 - Adam Tickel, Training Manager
Nurture 4 Growth
Nurture 4 Growth (N4G) are based in Gainsborough and inspire people through practical Business Improvement qualifications. 
"Excellent partnership meeting, well represented by Boston College and partners."  
RTS Training

RTS Training is based in Sleaford and provide individualised quality work-based training qualifications in Health and Social Care, Cleaning and Support Services, Skills for Life and Business Administration.
"The workshop was very worthwhile attending, the content, approach and knowledge of the speaker was excellent."
- Linda Cavill, Programme Manager
The Training Alliance Ltd

The Training Alliance Ltd provides training in Skills for Life (Levels 1 and 2), as well as Driving Instruction at Level 3.
"The new ILJ has proved very useful, it allows us to analyse the feedback from learners and put new procedures into action."
"The College tracking procedures have aided us to highlight any missing data between our systems and the Colleges."

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Established in 2010, Merit Skills have built their business on providing high quality training in full consultation with their customers. Employing highly skilled and industry experienced members of the team has led to an enviable level of learner and company satisfaction and has ensured that the business has gone from strength to strength securing and retaining business from multi national companies to SME’s alike. Upon your first contact with Mert Skills they will start the process by completing a comprehensive needs analysis to allow them to identify the priorities of your business. They can then provide a bespoke individualised programme to provide your staff with new skills allowing them to grow within your company.  With a large and growing client base ranging Merit Skills are ideally suited to help your business invest in your biggest asset, your employees.


Department news

New Principal for Boston College

Following the retirement of Principal Amanda Mosek, Boston College has announced the appointment of Jo Maher, new Principal and Chief Executive, who joins the team from Reaseheath College in Cheshire where she was Assistant Principal.


​New Partnerships

We are always looking for new partnerships across Lincolnshire to improve and broaden our curriculum offer and to ensure learner and employer needs are met locally.
If you would like to discuss this further please contact the Partnership Manager by emailing
OFSTED Report, June 2014

'Learners’ achievement is particularly high for learners who study functional skills English and mathematics on subcontracted programmes.'

'Workplace learners on subcontracted provision, consistently achieve their qualifications well.'



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