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.
@SeetecSkills the UK’s largest employee-owned provider of employability, skills and justice services today (1 Jul) announces the appointment of former @AELPUK Chairman, Neil Bates, as new managing director for its skills and apprenticeships division, Seetec Outsource.
Employee representatives at @SeetecInspire - one of the UK’s newest employee-owned businesses, have taken up their seats on the company’s first directly elected employee council as part of the move to majority employee-ownership.
@SeetecInspire - a leading provider of employment, skills, apprenticeships and rehabilitation services, cements its new employee ownership structure this week as it elects its first employee council, which will see one employee serve on the company’s new Employee Ownership Trust Board.
The company’s 2,500 employees will choose 10 representatives from a field of 20 candidates to serve on a new employee council. The new council will influence business strategy and sit on key committees including senior leadership meetings for across the business and the Group Executive Board. The employee council will also elect a representative to serve on the Seetec Employee Ownership Trust Board, which oversees the majority stake of the business owned by the company’s employees.
@SeetecInspire - the ninth largest employee-owned company in the UK and leading provider of justice services, today responds to the Ministry of Justice’s announcement that probation services in England and Wales are to be renationalised. Our statement from our Group CEO is below and more information about Seetec is attached.