Exeter College
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    John Laramy CBE
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
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Support Worker in Exeter
on 17 July 2020
Lovely faculty until the amalgamation with Foundation...
The original learning support was really very good and supportive towards the students. When 2 faculties were amalgamated, the culture changed and any general students who had real support needs lost support almost over a few weeks. Only students with EHCPs continued to be fully supported. I left as the change was being implemented: I could see what was happening and did not agree with it.
Administrator in Exeter, Devon
on 12 July 2021
Great place to Work!
Exeter College is an amazing place to work - ive been here for over 8 years which says it all!Wonderful people, forward thinking, inspirational and above all supportive and fun to work for.There is a real emphasis on staff wellbeing at the College with wonderful staff development opportunities and benefits to tap into.I wouldnt want to work anywhere else
Programme Leader in Exeter City Centre, Devon
on 20 June 2021
Great College Great Staff
Really great college to work at. It is divided by vocational areas and relevant business support depts, in locations which are related well to the area.For instance the Apprenticeship Team are based in city centre, lovely environment when you walk in and staff are very friendly and know what they are talking about. Senior Management have always shown an interest in what I have to say and the Principal will make a point of stopping and chatting which helps to promote a healthy open culture.It is a friendly place to work, there are high expectations for the staff, students and Apprentices but this is reflected in the results and great staff investment that is improving all the time. Staff training and development is encouraged and the online systems the college has developed make life so much easier to balance your work / home life. Hardest part is the period of Sept to Dec which is naturally busy due to start of term and college year- workload is very busy. But balanced with colleagues who are supportive and management who are interested in you it is not as bad as could be.
Programme Leader in Exeter, Devon
on 28 January 2021
Bad management at Exeter College
Poor treatment by management is rife at Exeter College. Particularly the Faculty Management Groups of Business and IT and Professional Adult Learning. Just from these faculties alone I know of 9 staff who have left either by a agreement or by them just resigning because they have had enough. In the last 2 years a lot of staff go off ill. There is a bullying culture at Exeter College.If you are a serious Teacher committed to your career and developing young people do not get a job at Exeter College.However the location is great
Programme Manager in Exeter City Centre, Devon
on 29 June 2020
Going downhill - Management have lost respect
I've worked at the college as a full time lecturer for a number of years now. The department I work in is stressful and fast-paced, though can be rewarding. Recently the management (SLT) have started to lose the respect on their staff. Overtime has not been paid this year and training has been cut back. We have to fight for any decent CPD. The Senior Leadership Team continue to evolve and have become evermore inward facing. It is rare you see them out on the floor, especially on sites further away from the main Hele Road campus. I've really started to lose faith in the management and our reputation is taking a hit as a result. Limited communication with staff and parents alike during the recent lockdown, lack of progression opportunities and the removal of any overtime payments - having worked the hours. Our accommodation is bare bones with a very limited kitchen area for many staff. SLT remain focused on their own progression and are forever working with external schools and business, rather than looking after their own staff and sites. I will be looking to move on if this continues.

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