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For over 130 years businesses have trusted City & Guilds to grow and nurture their talent – developing skills and providing expertise in learning and innovation. With the introduction of the apprenticeship levy in 2017, organisations must be smarter in the way they utilise the skills available to them and attract talent – and this is where we come in.
We use a consultative approach to determine how we can best support you in terms of your business and its strategic goals. We will be your critical friend - using our expertise to advise and guide you based on what is best for your business, not what we think you want to hear.
You will be assigned a dedicated customer manager who, with you, will determine your requirements and how we can best support. In collaboration with our team of over 50 expert consultants, we then provide solutions and on-going support to best meet the needs of your business, people strategy and goals. Furthermore as your business develops and changes so will the solutions and support we offer you.
Click on the images below to explore the different ways we can support your business.
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