IEP welcome Intraining as its latest Corporate Affiliate Partners
Intraining, one of the UK’s largest, most successful and innovative training, skills and employment providers have joined the IEP as Corporate Affiliate Partners.
As a dynamic and forward-thinking organisation, Intraining has worked with more than 25,000 employers across the UK over the past 5 years. They work closely with all industries and sectors, ranging from small businesses to large national organisations and to date have developed and trained over 30,000 apprentices, helping them succeed in their chosen career.
Part of the Newcastle College Group (NCG), Intraining create better futures for individuals, families, businesses and communities. More importantly their mission is to develop people through learning and achievement for the benefit of themselves, society and the economy.
Elaine Smith, Head of Customer Experience at Intraining said “We are delighted to become Corporate Affiliate Partners of the IEP as we see great potential in linking with other like-minded organisations. As Intraining celebrates its 10 years anniversary of delivery, we are committed to continuing to work closely with a range of partners and to driving positive change in the sector. We see the IEP as central to this and are excited to be working alongside its members.
“Each year we help thousands of people to gain sustainable, meaningful employment through direct delivery from our own operations and via a network of high quality sub-contractors and specialist providers.
“We want to make a positive difference to any business or individual we work with, and make sure we work as a partnership in order to achieve the best possible outcome for all involved.”
IEP Chairman Scott Parkin FIEP said “On behalf of the IEP I am delighted to welcome Intraining as new partners. As a company Intraining employ over 500 members of staff working across a national network of centres in England, Scotland and Wales. They work with a diverse mix of people, ranging from school leavers just starting out on an Apprenticeship, people in full time employment and the long-term unemployed. They have a wealth of experience in the profession and there are many benefits that can be derived for our members and the employability sector as a whole from collaborative working”.