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@TotalPeople is marking #NationalApprenticeshipWeek (8-14) by calling on employers across Greater Manchester to join forces and help apprentices to #LeadTheFuture. 

Leading North West apprenticeship provider, Total People, is asking employers to take their business to the next level to provide workplace opportunities with the help of Total People’s apprenticeship expertise. 

Total People works with almost three thousand apprentices every year to achieve their qualifications while using years of industry expertise to help employers of all sizes prepare for business growth through apprenticeships.  

From entry level programmes to professional management courses, Total People qualifications ensure that learners gain the right skills and training to #leadthefuture.     

Cheshire Constabulary currently have several Total People apprentices supporting frontline officers in a variety of roles including Human Resource Management and Associate Project Manager Apprenticeship. 

Katy McInnes, Apprenticeship Coordinator, said: “Apprenticeships are a great benefit to both our employees and Cheshire Constabulary. They provide existing staff with an opportunity to develop their careers by gaining qualifications and progressing into senior roles whilst continuing to work. This return on investment enables us to develop and retain a skilled workforce that will help our organisation to grow.”  

Morgan Walsh is Apprenticeship Manager at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, the pioneering cancer centre that has worked with Total People for years. He said: “Apprenticeships have given us the ability to ensure new staff are supported to become valuable members of their teams and the wider Trust.  

“These programmes have also given existing staff the opportunity to develop, gain nationally recognised qualifications and often see their roles in a new way – promoting innovation at all levels.” 

During National Apprenticeship Week, Total People is asking employers to get in touch to discuss how apprenticeships can help play a part in shaping the workforce of tomorrow.   

Melanie Nicholson, Managing Director, said: “During National Apprenticeship Week, we’re showcasing how our apprenticeships have evolved and how they are playing a key role in building future business growth. 

“Apprenticeships have always focused on what businesses have needed the most. That’s why we’re asking employers across every sector to build the workforce of the future with our expertise.” 

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