Employability Services awarded Best Employer support for Apprenticeships

Published: 16-03-2016
Employability Services awarded Best Employer support for Apprenticeships

Care Plus Group’s Employability Services have won the Best Employer Support for Apprenticeships Award at the Skills for Care Accolades awards 2015/2016. The awards, which took place on 10th March in Birmingham, celebrate outstanding organisations that deliver best practices within adult social care. The Best Employer Support for Apprenticeships award shows an employer’s commitment to the apprenticeship programme whilst delivering high quality care and development. 

Sharon Stead, Employability Services Manager at Care Plus Group and Regional Apprenticeship Ambassador explained:

“Care Plus Employability Services are extremely honoured and proud to have had received this award. They continue to deliver high quality services with ambition and determination to support North East Lincolnshire to fill the health and social care skills gap.

”Care Plus Group continue to support and embrace the successes of apprentices and due to the local talent many apprentice have already been promoted within the organisation.”

Employability Services consider apprenticeships as a vital part of Care Plus Group recruitment model and support other local employers to embed apprenticeships within their workforce by acting as a training and recruitment ‘hub’ for all sectors across North East Lincolnshire. This enables other businesses to enjoy the success of how apprenticeships can add value to all sectors.

In addition to winning the award at the Accolades, Sharon Stead has also been nominated for ‘Leadership Award’ and Laura Robinson (Employability Services) for a Rising Star Award under the category of ‘Made the Most Impact’ at the Health Education England – Talent for Care Awards 2016, due to take place on Friday 18th March 2016.

If you are a business interested in how apprenticeships can benefit your business please contact Employability Services on 01472 256730.

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