In partnership with the Department of Work and Pensions and local Training and Employment Hubs, we offer recruitment services, access to training and specialist facilities, links to contractors and subcontractors, and provide college and university courses aligned to industry.
We enable employers and investors in the Tees Valley to build a skilled workforce from a local talent pool, either by upskilling current staff or by employing new staff who are equipped with the skills needed for the job roles as a result of training with us.
Our team can support businesses in accessing available funding sources (subject to terms and conditions). Responsiveness to investors, contractors and end users is a critical commitment of the Teesworks Skills Academy and, through our network of delivery partners, we can align our service to the individual requirements of your business.
Individuals who have expressed an interest in working on the Teesworks site have their current CV and skillsets checked and logged in a database and when employers have job vacancies, candidates are matched with those particular needs.
The Teesworks Skills Academy partners collectively offer more than 300 training courses which are aligned with the current Teesworks scope of works – ranging from one day essential ‘Licence to Operate’ courses to degree level programmes, HNCs, HNDs, and apprenticeships ranging from Level 1 through to Level 4 and 5 higher apprenticeships. The Teesworks Skills Academy team works with employers to understand current and future skill set needs. The aim is to direct candidates to training that will be required by employers in the future to ensure that a skilled workforce is available when required.
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