We’re proud to announce that we’ve just won a new contract to deliver the Adult Education Budget (AEB) across Liverpool City Region (LCR) – worth £1m per year for up to three years.
At the moment, only Levy-paying employers, or those who are in receipt of a transfer of funds, can utilise the full benefits of thr ESFA's Apprenticeship Service. However, from Summer 2019, more and more employers will begin to have access – regardless of their size and whether or not they pay into the Levy.
Recent findings from the Office for National Statistics show that the UK’s unemployment rate is at its lowest level since 1974 – at just 3.8%. The figures suggest that a booming higher-skilled jobs market is the driving force behind the country’s continued record employment rates.
As Managing Director of GC Employment, I’m incredibly proud of all the hard work that the team demonstrates on a daily basis. However, one thing which make me especially proud is just how much we do as an organisation to support vulnerable individuals who are battling with mental health problems – and who are struggling to find work as a result.
Nine pioneering companies based in the North West are the first in the country to benefit from a government programme designed to boost UK manufacturing productivity and growth through the adoption of digital technology.
Yesterday, the Guardian published an article on how the Working Well programme – which we deliver alongside our partners - is changing lives for the better across Greater Manchester.
26 businesses from across the North West have been honoured in the 2019 Queens Awards for Enterprise, one of the most prestigious awards for British businesses. The North West was awarded the third highest number of awards, after the London and South East regions.
The Growth Company calls for Greater Manchester businesses to join new international scale-up programme
The Growth Company is looking for ambitious Greater Manchester businesses who are ready to take the leap to global success by applying to its Global Scale-up Programme.
A safe environment has been set up at Huyton CGL to help break the stigma around ill mental health in men. The ‘New Directions’ men’s group is a place where male service users can meet for a coffee, form friendships and discuss any problems which are having a negative impact on their mental wellbeing.