Prior’s Court is looking to expand its partnerships with Berkshire-based schools, and colleges, and universities across the UK. We want to provide opportunities for students to develop their first-hand experiences of the workplace and to test their motivation for a particular career.

What can we offer to a partnership?


We are working towards creating placements and programmes for students at college and university levels and across different disciplines. Through our partnerships, we are developing bespoke placements and programmes.

Guest speaking

Experienced and knowledgeable members of our residential or education teams are available to visit you organisation. They will speak to raise awareness of autism and about career pathways by sharing their knowledge and experience. Bespoke presentations can be created depending on the students' and school’s interests.

Attend employability fairs

We can attend employability fairs to speak to students about career pathways in Health and Social Care as well as presenting Prior’s Court’s range of vacancies.

What are the benefits?

  • Co-operative approach between colleges and universities, and Prior’s Court to develop and establish outstanding work experience for students.
  • Contribute to the development of a more diverse workforce, giving opportunities to students from a wide range of backgrounds.
  • Bringing new and imaginative ideas from students together with existing staff’s knowledge and experience.
  • Ensure college training reflects the latest industry standards and meets business needs.
  • Engage in dialogue between Prior’s Court and local training providers.

I was really impressed by the presentation about Prior's Court. Huge thanks to Clem. She and her colleague are amazing! They really do hard and fantastic job with high quality professionalism. Their attention to it and the way they do it - this is unbelievable! The girls really impressed me with their lightness and positive approach.

These girls can inspire others to do really big things step-by-step.

College student in L2 Caring for Children and Young People, at Basingstoke College of Technology.

Get in touch

If you think this is something your college or university would be interested in taking part in or would like to know more about, please contact our Entry Level Talent Recruiter, Clem Muller, at [email protected]

We welcome any visits to see our site and facilities, and discuss face-to-face what we can put into place for your students.