NCC Resources has been selected to go through to the regional finals of the National Apprenticeship Awards 2014. NCC Resources are in the Liverpool City, Cumbria and Lancashire Region and are extremely pleased to have been selected and put through to the next round. The National Apprenticeship service wrote:
“Overall the quality of submissions has increased this year and we are pleased to advise that your entry has been selected as one of the few to go through to the next stage of the competition”.
NCC’s submission will now be judged at the regional stage and NCC will be informed at the end of June whether they have been successful or not. If NCC is successfully nominated as a regional finalist, they will receive an invitation to the local awards ceremony which will be held in September.
NCC Resources are a developer, publisher and supplier of educational learning resources to organisations and individuals who wish to improve their knowledge and qualifications.
Tony Smith, Managing Director said:
“We have been supplying learning resources designed to complement qualification structures to further education for over sixteen years. As a small business, we are committed to supporting young people to develop and hone their skills whilst improving their prospects. Apprentices have become integral within NCC’s recruitment and selection process and support succession planning and growth expectations.
Testament to the success of the apprenticeship programme is our retention of personnel. We wholeheartedly recognise the time and investment all parties need to apply to the provision and are delighted when our young people achieve their well-earned qualifications and move into permanent roles”.
To learn more about apprenticeships, visit the National Apprenticeship Service website.