Innovative Alliance announce a partnership with Job Centre and Stafforce
Adult Education and Training Provider, Innovative Alliance (IA) has announced a partnership with Job Centre Plus (JCP), and Stafforce, that will see them deliver training and development opportunities to people in the Liverpool City Region (LCR). The newly announced partnership will see all three businesses work collaboratively to provide a skilled and robust workforce to one of IA’s long-term employer partners.
The partnership will allow the training provider to offer 10 learners a month the opportunity to learn new skills and gain knowledge, with a guaranteed interview available upon course completion. Operating monthly, IA, JCP, and Stafforce will hold open days to identify potential learners for the course, which will last for three weeks. Any learners who are not eligible for this course will be signposted to one of the many other courses available with IA, with everything from Construction to Health and Social Care courses available.
The three-week course will see learners cover modules in, Working at Height with Manual Handling, Confined Spaces, and Sea Survival. All courses will be facilitated by IA’s sister company Complete Training Solutions (CTS). Both IA and CTS are part of The Progress Group and provide training and development opportunities to learners aged 18 to 65 across the two providers.
Available to people in the LCR, the course is fully funded and gives individuals the chance to develop their skills and knowledge. At the end, they will have a guaranteed interview with a local leading infrastructure, transport, and real-estate company.
The news of the partnership provides a welcomed respite for people in the local community as the region works towards building back its economy post-COVID-19. Talking on the partnership, Managing Director of Innovative Alliance & Complete Training Solutions, Ian Green said;
‘’I am so pleased to announce the partnership between Innovative Alliance, Job Centre Plus, and Stafforce. This exciting new partnership will see us provide one of our long-term employer partners with a skilled and robust workforce, helping to plug skills shortages in their business whilst support our local economy.
‘’The partnership will go a long way in supporting people in the region in accessing training and employment opportunities. We are passionate about helping individuals to get back into work or training and believe that our quality approach which utilises collaborations to connect individuals to job outcomes is the key to our success.’’
The newly announced partnership is a testament to the training provider’s continued commitment to supporting people in gaining the skills and knowledge to get back to work.