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Employers

We work together with a wide range of employers to help people to transform their lives.

We are currently helping, on average, 40% of our clients into paid employment of which we are sustaining 80%. Whilst we are very pleased with these results, our aim is to help even more people into work and we look forward to working with you to achieve this.

How employers benefit

We believe helping people into work is a ‘win win’ situation for all those involved.

  • Employers benefit from a wide range of practical and financial considerations
  • Employees are trained or working towards a recognised standard applicable to their industry
  • The ability to tailor additional training to meet company needs
  • Equality Act 2010 Advice and Guidance
  • Contribution to Corporate and Social Responsibility Programmes

Working together

Through our person centred approach to employment we provide each client with a personally tailored programme. Their programme encompasses not only the technical training that best suits their employment plan, but also provides them with the support and development needed to assist them with any aspect of their life.

We work together with you and the client to put together each programme to set up some work experience, an employer placement and/or to arrange a practical interview, depending on what suits you both. All of this is very favourable with employers and brings many benefits to both you and the client, which often lead to paid employment.

We and the client will flexibly work with you by adapting the training programme to suit the needs of your company.

You may want the client to gain the basic skills and qualifications with the view to us offering further training once employment has commenced or you may prefer to take the client on as your employee before any qualifications are gained.

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the Equality Act and/or would like to find out more about how you can get involved, please call us on 01392 255428 or email: info@stloyes.ac.uk