Our Apprenticeship success rate is 12% above the national average.
Hire an apprentice and help a young person reach their potential within your business. Read more
We run apprenticeships, vocational pre-employment training and personal development courses, offering you personalised training to help you get into employment and stay there. Read more
The City Gateway May Ball, taking place on 5th May 2016, is an opportunity to celebrate the transformational impact our partnerships have on the many children, young people and women we work with across London. Read more
It costs £2,400 on average to provide this support to each young person through an Apprenticeship, helping them overcome the significant barriers that stand in their way to succeeding. Read more
City Gateway works with young people, women and families to transform their lives through inspirational training, Apprenticeships and community programmes. We are based in East London and work with people from across the city.
We run pre-employment training, traineeships, apprenticeships and personal development courses to help you progress in life. Our courses are graded Outstanding by Ofsted.
We run youth centres, a Women's Project and Families Project and nursery to help you and your children grow in confidence, learn new skills and offer support to help you overcome obstacles in your life.
We work in partnership with corporate organisations to create apprenticeships and volunteering programmes; and with schools, professionals and community organisations to help young people progress in life and into employment.
London Stock Exchange Apprentice Nathaniel Davis grew up in Woolwich looking at the towers of the City and Canary Wharf, but how would he ever get to work there? Read more
Like many young people growing up in East London, Maruf faced significant challenges in trying to find a job, and lived with the fear that family members could been caught up in gang conflict. He came to City Gateway hoping and Apprenticeship would offer a new path. Read more
Azijul was thrown out of home when he came out at 15. He ran away from foster care, had nowhere safe to live and dropped out of school and started taking drugs. Now Azijul is an apprentice at NSPCC. This is his story. Read more
"Having the opportunity to do an Apprenticeship got me back into full time permanent work and changed everything!" Read more
London Stock Exchange Apprentice Nathaniel Davis was front page of a national campaign to attract talent to apply for finance careers. Nathaniel grew up in Woolwich looking at the towers of the City and Canary Wharf, but how would he ever get to work there? Read more
From September 2015 new improvements will change what we offer Post 16 students at City Gateway. Read more