All in the name of charity

We’ve been busy here at Training 2000 over the last couple of weeks, baking cakes, wearing orange, playing bingo (it’s a hard life) all in the name of charity.

Our Business Traineeship students have raised £273 in the name of The Wish Centre in Blackburn. They held an event demonstrating the skills they have learnt as part of their course, with stalls and games to entertain staff and employers alike.

Last week we also held a company-wide event in support of The Christie Charity’s “Big Do” national event. We got involved with the “Big Bake Off” and “The Big Job Swap” all done wearing our Christie’s orange t-shirts.

Please take a look at the write up the Christie Charity did on our event here

Of course charity events are part of our Corporate Social Responsibility but we also feel it is part of our company values and ethos. Charity events are also a valuable way to get staff involved and united, especially as we span many sites and areas of expertise.

Next we have a ‘Zumbathon’ on Saturday 22nd November raising money for Macmillan and East Lancashire Hospice. Will you get involved or donate? Email [email protected] to register your interest.

Keep an eye on our Blog section to keep up to date on all our charity events. You can also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, where we post pictures and updates.

Visit:

The Wish Centre

The Christie Charity

MacMillan

Recommend a friend to study at Training 2000 and get £50

Recommend a friend who is interested in taking part in an apprenticeship or study programme to Training 2000 and we’ll give you fifty pounds!

Filling in the recommend a friend form is simple. It really is as easy as 1, 2, 3…

1. Register your details and your friends details here
2. We’ll log the details and your friend will be contacted for an interview
3. Once they’re on-board and have been on their placement for 6 weeks, you’ll receive your £50!

There’s no limit to how many friends you can recommend, so what’s stopping you?

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Offer not open to Training 2000 employees, our affiliated partners or any professional referral sources.

Our apprentices have been invited to the Houses of Parliament!

Two of our apprentices from Training 2000 have beaten off competition from all over the country to be shortlisted for the finals of the GTA England Apprentice of the Year Awards.

The finalists are –

Andrew Catwright – Nuvia Ltd
Emma Bowker – East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust

There are a total of 8 finalists from across the Engineering, Construction and Business Services sectors.

The winner will be presented with an award by Nick Boles, Minister of State for Skills and Equalities, as part of the GTA England Annual Conference at the Houses of Parliament on the 14th October.

This is a huge event and it will be fantastic to see our apprentices in the spot light!