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New Skills

Introduction

Higher education creates a pipeline of skilled workers, through traditional degree programmes as well as apprenticeships, short courses, funded programmes and other training routes.  In supporting the attainment of higher level skills, higher education strengths employment prospects and outcomes for those progressing from compulsory education, those in work, changing careers or unemployed.

These pages provide employers with information on how to access skills training opportunities.  This includes ‘off the shelf’ and bespoke training solutions.  By building a relationship with a higher education provider, an employer can recruit new staff, develop their workforce, contribute to curriculum developments, provide industry insight and work based learning opportunities.

Latest Case Studies

Need some inspiration? Find out how other regional employers have benefited from working with higher education.

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Matthew Fletcher, Commercial Director at Global Doors

Matthew Fletcher, Commercial Director  GLOBAL DOORS With over 25 years of experience, Global Doors Ltd are a leading specialised manufacturer of made-to-order sliding wardrobe doors and bedroom systems. We are an ambitious and forward-thinking company,...

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