If you feel your business could benefit from an additional pair of hands, with extreme cost savings, then this will interest you.

Key Training is a National training provider that gives local employer’s access to Government funding through the highly respected Apprenticeship Scheme. During the training to achieve the Apprenticeship (averaging 9 months) the employer only has to pay the learner to a minimum £100 per week (many employers pay more when they have experienced the value these young learners bring to their organisation).

 Key Training will place c.1000 unemployed 16-18 year olds in a permanent job with an Apprenticeship in 2010/11 across their employer database nationally. With training centres in Newcastle, Peterlee, Leeds, Birmingham, Wellingborough, Ipswich, London, Basingstoke and Swindon, they have good coverage to source young apprentices.

The recruitment process is guaranteed free, no Introduction fee, with an average of 3 applicants per vacancy proposed for interview. The training to achieve their Apprenticeship is fully Government funded with the employer only contributing, a one-off, £150 for start/registration admin for each learner.

The benefits, in addition to helping unemployed youngsters into work, are a cost effective way to recruit an extra pair of hands as the recruitment industry comes out of recession and many learners continue as a permanent member of the team after completing their Apprenticeship in either an administrative role or as an ideal stepping stone to become a resourcer.

 Additionally, Key Training  provide government funded Apprenticeships for employed adults (Management, Business Admin, Customer Service) which can be either for your own staff or, as added value to your service, for those you introduce to your own clients.

For more information please visit www.keytraining.co.uk.