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Strategic Partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions to recruit for a variety of roles

CT Skills cultivates a strong partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions to support local employers and the Civil Service during a time of unprecedented demand. Together, the partnership has collaborated to offer specialised training and recruitment within the unemployed or low-income communities through Sector-Based Work Academy Programmes (SWAPs). CT Skills initially began working …

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Local jobseekers inspired to care by training programme

Jobseekers were in the spotlight on Friday 5th of February as Work and Pensions Secretary Thérèse Coffey joined them on their journey to retrain into the care sector. The 13 local residents successfully started their care careers last month thanks to a Sector-based Work Academy Programme (SWAP) – a three-week training course offered by the Department …

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Mimosa NAW Case Study

#NAW2021- Apprenticeships gave me a different perspective on education

Mimosa Anderson was unsure on what to do after she finished Sixth Form.  Knowing she wanted to pursue a career in Finance, she discovered the AAT Apprenticeship with a local employer through CT Skills. Since beginning this apprenticeship, Mimosa believes the experience has lived up to her expectations. She stated: “The balance of studying and working …

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Bridging the Industrial Skills Gap with the Levy

Over 110,000 East Midlands people are employed within the Industrial and Manufacturing sector. 46% of these jobs are within levy organisations who all have access to staff training funded by their levy contributions. So with such significant levy funding available, why is the skills gap within the Industrial and Manufacturing sector still the biggest barrier to …

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Financial consideration when hiring administrative staff

If you’re like most senior-level managers and business owners, the main thing holding you back from expanding your support staff is money. Another person on the payroll is an expense, but will the additional support be financially worth it? To find out, ask yourself the following financially related questions. How Much Value Would an Administrator …

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Press Release: CT Skills celebrates the success of their annual apprenticeship awards ceremony.

Midlands training provider, CT Skills kick started National Apprenticeship Week 2020 with their annual ‘Made in the Midlands’ apprenticeship awards ceremony at their Head Office in Beeston on Monday 03rd February. In celebration of National Apprentice Week, the awards received over 100 nominations from local employers including Node4, J Tomlinson, Scarsdale Vets, Framework Housing, George Spencer …

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