TCHC is proud to announce and welcome Lorraine Gimson to the board of directors of The Consultancy Home Counties Group (TCHC). Her promotion to the board coincides with her new role at the company as Employer Engagement Director and Director of Apprenticeships Suffolk Business Service (ASBS).
Apprenticeship training delivery has been given a massive boost thanks to the acquisition of well-established OFSTED grade 2 providers, All Trades Training Ltd (ATT) by leading training and skills provider The Consultancy Home Counties Ltd (TCHC).
Community Grant funded Suffolk based Create has been shortlisted at the European Film Festival which takes place between 26-30 October. The £15,000 funding they received helped move 12 unemployed/economically inactive people closer to employment by giving them high quality training, equipment and work experience in the film industry. The outcome is the short film The hYve which will be shown at the prestigious festival.
When Barnabas started a course with ActOne ArtsBase in St Albans, he was daunted at the prospect of meeting new people. But he gained such a boost in confidence that he has just completed a ten week dance tour of schools across Hertfordshire – something he never thought he would accomplish.
A Luton mum-of-seven says a childcare course funded by workforce development provider TCHC has changed her life, giving her the skills she needs to finally fulfil her career dreams. Jeanne Mballe Sube has been a full-time mum since she had her first child in 1999 in her native France. Since then, she has had six more children with her husband Arnold, including two sets of twins. The 32-year-old, who moved to England with her family three years ago, said: “I have put my life on hold while being a mum.
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