The Growth Company Education and Skills are delighted to be finalists in the category of ‘Learning Provider of the Year’ at the BAME Apprenticeship Awards 2021.
Lindsay Smith started working in the commercial property industry after completing a Business Administration Apprenticeship. After 15 years, Lindsay was ready for a new challenge in a new sector, to apply the skills and knowledge gained in her previous employment - which led her to join the Growth Company.
After a competitive process the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has awarded The Growth Company the licence to deliver the Trusted Charity Standard across the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland.
The Growth Company Education and Skills are delighted to be working in partnership with Code Nation, Intequal and Generation to deliver the flagship Skills Bootcamps in Digital Skills.
Our Pass Is There For You: Mayor Urges School Leavers To Apply For Their Membership Card And Activate A Host Of Opportunities Across The City-Region
GM Mayor, Andy Burnham, urges school leavers to apply for their 'Our Pass' membership card to activate a host of opportunities across the City-Region
Greater Manchester’s one-day conference, PROGRESS21, has been moved to September 23 following confirmation of the four-week delay to the easing of national lockdown restrictions and the continued rise of the Delta variant in England.
Greater Manchester and London join forces to support entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds with launch of first diversity, equity and inclusion trade mission to North America
Black, Asian and mixed background tech entrepreneurs from London and Greater Manchester will join a five-day virtual trade mission from 7-11 June. The mission will see fifteen companies ‘touch-down’ in North America to meet with corporates and startups to explore new investment and export opportunities and accelerate their expansion plans in the US market.
The Growth Company has announced a large-scale ‘in-person’, one-day conference will go ahead at Manchester Central on Thursday 24 June. This event will be the first of its kind for Greater Manchester since the nation went into lockdown more than 14 months ago.
This year Mental Health Awareness Week, hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, is celebrating its 21st year. The theme for the week is nature, and across the country people will be celebrating the mental health benefits of being around nature in their local community in a range of creative ways.