CT Skills worked with leading fast-food company McDonalds, to offer a short Hospitality & Employability qualification followed by a guaranteed interview for one of their Crew Member positions at their restaurant in Mansfield. The course provided learners with the skills, confidence and qualifications required to succeed at an interview.
In September 2018, Chris Dixon was working as a Manager with a leading supermarket, where he had been employed for over 18 years. The role was extremely busy and Chris would often struggle to find the time to relax as he would often be on call in case there was an emergency in any of the stores.
CT Skills offer Sector Based Work Academies (SBWA) at their centres across the Midlands which are uniquely designed to help individuals who are ready for work and looking to secure employment in a specific sector. The SBWA provides a short pre-employment training course to residents followed by a guaranteed interview with a local employer.
Leading training provider, CT Skills are celebrating their latest success as their apprenticeship achievement rates are 7.7% above the national average.
This year alone, there are over 5,000 adults in Mansfield who are ready to either learn a new skill or secure full time employment. Amongst those 5,000 seeking a job was Mark O’Connor, 50, who had officially been an unemployed Mansfield resident since 2007.
CT Skills recently partnered with leading pharmaceutical specialists, Alloga to offer Functional Skills English qualifications to their employees.
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.
Single mother, Rebecca Dunne first came to CT Skills after being referred by her local job centre for a Functional Skills Maths course in order to strengthen her employability prospects. After having her two children, Rebecca suffered with low self-esteem and anxiety so always felt that she didn’t have the confidence or qualifications behind her to secure a job.