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Laurie Kay named TCHC Commercial Director

Written by Liz Kirman on .

TCHC is proud to announce and welcome Laurie Kay as Commercial Director. His initial focus will be to ensure greater numbers of people will benefit from the innovative back to work and business start-up programmes, as well as maintaining and improving the already high standards of delivery that TCHC achieves. He will also look to achieve business growth and diversification.

New funded social media course to increase job and self employment prospects in Bedfordshire

Written by Vega Sims on .

A funded social media course is to assist local jobseekers and those looking to become self employed in finding work.

According to a recent report by Jobvite, social media has become a popular recruitment tool amongst hiring managers over the last few years. The report indicates that 94% of employers surveyed plan to use social networks for recruiting purposes.

New courses to jump start local resident’s careers

Written by Liz Kirman on .

There are a range of new courses available locally to support would-be entrepreneurs and people looking to develop their employment skills in Bedford Borough and Central Bedfordshire. The courses are running throughout 2014 and are designed to cover all the major skills you need to start a business, become self-employed or get that dream job.

£2.4 million available to help disadvantaged learners in East of England

Written by Liz Kirman on .

Disadvantaged learners in the East of England will be helped to get back into the workplace thanks to a £2.4million fund, with grants to be co-ordinated by workforce development organisation TCHC.

TCHC has been re-awarded the contract to be the grant co-ordinating body in the East of England for ESF Community Grants, with the service to be delivered until July 2015. Small third sector organisations can apply for up to £15,000 to manage a project for learners, with the grants co-funded by the Skills Funding Agency.

Practical Skills for Business

"Starting a business straight from university was daunting. But the Practical Skills for Business course, provided me with the skill set and the acumen to bring my business to market."
Robert Welch, MD, smallcarBIGCITY

Skills Support for Redundancy

“I would strongly recommend TCHC to anyone unsure about their next step in life after redundancy- because there certainly is one!”

Julie Curl, now runs her own consultancy company.