The Business Development Team of The Bedford College Group are in a class of their own.
They have clocked up more than 100 years experience in the challenging field of bringing employers ever closer to education and training in the South East Midlands Region.
Business Development Director Gina Bubbins 15 years and counting in Bedfordshire, and Northamptonshire’s Julie Hoult, five years at Tresham College, lead a crack squad which are putting that practise to good use in helping companies get through the pandemic.
“Because we understand the world of business, the challenges faced by companies in the Covid climate, we are able to offer genuinely useful help to organisations in the SEMLEP (South East Midlands) area.
“This is great time for companies to come to us to help create the next generation of apprentices” said Gina.
Julie added: “We work very closely with employers and have a great relationship advising them on all the options now available to businesses from apprenticeship deals to a vast range of free up-skilling courses which can be accessed online allowing staff to still be ‘at work’ while gaining new qualifications.”
A wide range of full or part-time courses are available from The Bedford College Group online or via their many locations stretching from Bedford, Biggleswade, Kempston, Kettering, Wellingborough and Corby.
The Bedford College Group was formed when Tresham College joined Bedford College in 2017. It is now the leading provider of work-related training and education for post-16s in the region and works with 1,500 businesses.