Seetec is one of the UK's leading skills, employment and training providers and helps support people and businesses to grow their talent. They currently offer traineeship pathways in business administration, sport and recreation, retail, hospitality and digital skills.
The training experts have helped put 300 people back into work over the last 12 months in Manchester across various different industry sectors including retail, hospitality and creative media. They also also ensure each customer has a full package to meet their needs which includes support with buying interview clothes for those looking for work, travel planning, in work support expenses, as well as supporting with in work clothes and equipment and further training and development opportunities.
Justice, Skills, Employability and Apprenticeship Specialist Signs Time to Change Employer Pledge on the week of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
Seetec Group has committed to signing the Time to Change Employer Pledge, which focuses on changing the way companies think and act about mental health in the workplace.
Seetec Group @SeetecInspire the UK’s largest employee-owned provider of apprenticeships, employability, skills and justice services, announces that it has appointed Sally Gibbs as Seetec Group Director of Strategy and Growth. Sally who joined the business last week, will be leading the research and development, bid management and strategic partnership functions working across the Seetec Group.
Seetec Outsource has been selected by City & Guilds, the Awarding Organisation and End point Assessment Organisation for the majority of UK apprenticeships, to support the development of an innovative approach to end point assessment pilot, to ensure that the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t impact years of hard work for the country’s apprentices.
Lockdown and furlough present a massive opportunity for anyone undertaking an apprenticeship programme to accelerate their off-the-job learning, according to @SeetecInspire's skills director, Melanie Nicholson:
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