Make UK is the latest big name in business to sponsor the Birmingham Vocational Training Awards 2020.
Formerly known as EEF, make the UK a champion and celebrate British manufacturing and aim to spur success in the manufacturing business, allowing them to achieve their goals and objectives.
I have now signed up to honor companies with up to 50 employees that employ and nurture trainees by sponsoring the Small Business Owner of the Year category.
It is one of five awards distributed overnight that will honor the work done by companies and other employers in support of the apprenticeship movement along with other categories of individual excellence, including our General Intern.. .
The Birmingham Vocational Training Awards are back for their second year in partnership with the Greater Birmingham Ladder. The event will take place online only Friday 27 November 2020 and will celebrate interns, employers, and training and education providers.
The entry deadline has now passed – read the 2020 shortlist here – but sponsorship opportunities are still available.
If you have any questions about the prizes in general, please email Paige. Jackson @ accessplc. Com and contact Nikki. kandola @ accessplc. com if you want to learn more about becoming an awards business partner.
For more information visit our events website here, and please follow the hashtag # BAA20 for updates on social media..
Make UK operates the Technology Center, a £ 12 million facility built specifically to provide high-quality training programs, providing skills to help manufacturing companies thrive.
The 130,000 square foot campus located in Aston, runs industry-leading training and development for more than 400 interns annually as well as a host of other professional and skills development courses.
Make UK is also a strategic partner in the £ 12M Supplier Skills Program which offers grants of up to £ 18,000 to small and medium businesses to recover 50 percent of training costs.
The program is partially funded by the European Social Fund, administered by Birmingham City Council and open to SMEs in Birmingham, Solihull and parts of Worcestershire.
Stephen Mitchell, Director of Interns and Technical Training at Make UK, said: « We are delighted to sponsor this year’s Young Entrepreneur Award.
“Have the UK work hard to support employers through apprenticeships and training from small to large national companies, and recognizes the importance of training at all levels, from trainees to senior managers, and that investment in skills is essential for development..
“We understand that for a small business hiring a coach can be daunting but it can make all the difference..
“Interns often thrive in small businesses, especially if they are supported by an understanding training provider.
The awards are run in conjunction with the Ladder for Greater Birmingham campaign, an initiative launched in 2018 with the goal of creating 1,000 new apprenticeships in Birmingham and Solihull.. To learn more about the ladder campaign and how hiring interns can benefit your business, visit ladderforb Birmingham. Participate. UK or call 03332409699
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