Open Evening for employers tonight at Oldham College
Date published: 24 November 2021
The event is being held tonight
This short event is designed to show employers of all shapes and sizes exactly how the local expert providers in post-16 and adult quality technical education can help them to succeed in the new economy.
Attendees at this free event will learn about the benefits of joining the hundreds of employers Oldham College already work with at local, regional and national level – including financial incentives, increased productivity and excellent learning outcomes.
Providing support for students can range from offering apprenticeships, work placements, and internships – but they can also offer much more by reskilling, retraining or upskilling existing staff and helping businesses to grow the workforce of the future.
To grow and succeed, employers and workers need to connect with new opportunities – and these will be explained at the Open Evening.
Employers will hear from Alun Francis, Oldham College Principal, about our employer partnerships – plus how we’re taking learners to the next level from a WorldSkills UK guest speaker. The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) are also attending to give advice on grants. Visitors will get also get a VIP Tour of our fantastic facilities, plus a goodie bag and refreshments.
Employers can register now so that you can be emailed full details, including car parking and timings.
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