The importance of training and how to access funding will be high on the agenda for Aycliffe Business Park Community’s next news and networking meeting in May.
ABPC will host the next virtual meeting on Friday, May 21, and will include a panel of representatives from Aycliffe training providers.
They will answer questions on what training provision they offer, access to funding and the importance of businesses training up new and existing staff as we emerge from the Covid pandemic.
The panel will consist of (pictured above, left to right):
• Alice Wanless, employer engagement manager, Baltic Apprenticeships
• Louise Clark, business development consultant, ITEC North East
• Stuart Johnson, CEO, South West Durham Training
• Ann Trenholm, head of business development, Optimum Skills
There’ll also be a news update, and delegates will have an opportunity to network with local businesses.
ABPC chair Kerina Clark said: “We’re delighted to bring together four leading and well-known training providers from the business park for this important event.
“Training is a key issue for employers of all shapes and sizes, especially as we come out of the pandemic, so we’re looking forward to hearing what we and all our guests on the day can learn from our training representatives.”
To register for the event go to eventbrite.co.uk/e/abp-virtual-skills-training-seminar-21st-may-2021-tickets-150153873277.