An education provider, designed to help those who have “fallen through the cracks”, has urged more young people around Sudbury to try the scheme out, as the company marked a significant milestone.

TCHC, which opened a branch in Sudbury back in January, staged celebrations on Thursday, in honour of the company’s 15th anniversary since launching, while students also produced articles about the provider using their newly-learned skills.

The Consultancy Home Counties Ltd (TCHC) has won funding for its Skills and Growth Service from the Greater London Authority’s (GLA) Adult Education Budget (AEB). The service brings together 13 specialist organisations to deliver a transformative service for employed Londoners. The Service will engage learners, predominantly through their employers, supporting the priority sectors identified by Local London and Central London Forward which cover Central, East and South East London.

The Consultancy Home Counties Ltd (TCHC) has for many years supported young people with training and mentoring to progress into a positive and brighter future. They will be able to extend this great work after having won funding from the European

Training providers, agencies and businesses from across the region came together for the launch of the My Future programme which supports young people not in employment, education or training (NEET) to achieve their career goals. Across the East of England 9.5% of young people are currently NEET according to the latest government figures published in February 2019. 

The Consultancy Home Counties (TCHC) has announced today that it is seeking partners to work with on ESFA programmes. The bids if successful would start in April 2019.