CT Skills were delighted to recruit eighteen year old Sophie Howard as the 17th childcare apprentice, with leading Leicestershire nursery, Castle Lane Nursery.
Like many 18 year olds, after completing her A Level’s, Beth felt unsure whether she should go to university or pursue an apprenticeship. She began researching the opportunities available to her and came across CT Skills, which is when she found a Customer Service apprenticeship with health and safety consultancy firm, AW Safety.
If you don’t enjoy your career but don’t know how to go about changing it, you’re definitely not the only one. Research by the London Business School found nearly half of the UK’s working population feel they are stuck in careers they don’t really enjoy and want to change their career path.
East Midlands training provider, CT Skills hosted their annual ‘Made in the Midlands’ apprenticeship awards ceremony at their Head Office in Beeston on Friday 8th March 2019.
CT Skills are pleased to be working alongside Leicester based charity, Zinthiya Trust as they have recently enrolled three of their employees onto an apprenticeship. Established in 2009 by founder Zinthiya Ganeshpanchan, the Zinthiya Trust provides support to disadvantaged women and families who are suffering from poverty and/or domestic abuse. They do this by offering […]
CT Skills are pleased to continue their relationship with one of Leicester’s leading nurseries, Markfield Day Nursery as they are increasing their team of apprentices. The popular nursery which facilitates over 60 children at a time has had 14 apprentices through CT Skills over the past five years, with one previous apprentice now working as […]
In October 2017, the HMRC announced closures across the UK with 130 staff facing redundancy at their Derby office, with that it was confirmed it would hit their 70% of female staff the worst. Those included in the redundancy process were Heather, 36 years employment, Emma, 15 years employment, Linda, 32 years employment and Lisa, […]