BCTG Group ‘proud’ to be headline sponsor of Greater Birmingham Apprenticeship Awards 2022

Chris Luty, chairman of BCTG Group
A training provider group which works across a diverse range of sectors has been announced as the headline sponsor of our 2022 Greater Birmingham Apprenticeship Awards.

BCTG Group, which is headquartered in Oldbury, offers a variety of qualifications to apprentices, staff and other learners looking to embark on a new career or grow their existing skills and knowledge.

The group comprises BCTG, Performance Through People, BCTG Skill Centre, Eurosource Solutions, Further EPAO and The Apprenticeship Works.

Every year, it supports more than 10,000 young people and adults and works with over 2,100 employers of all sizes to deliver the skills businesses need, help improve social mobility and contribute to a vibrant regional economy.

It has now signed up to be the headline sponsor of our Greater Birmingham Apprenticeship Awards 2022 which is open for entries.

The awards is run by BirminghamLive, in partnership with the Ladder for Greater Birmingham campaign.

It will celebrate individual excellence in six different business sectors alongside recognition for companies of all sizes and training providers.

BCTG Group chairman Chris Luty said: “We are proud to be this year’s headline sponsor of the Greater Birmingham Apprenticeship Awards.

“We want to help celebrate the magnificent achievements of apprentices across the region and the support provided by their employers.

“At BCTG, we aim to ‘Build Better People’ by giving people from all backgrounds the chance to develop new skills and knowledge so they can progress and prosper. We offer over 160 different types of apprenticeship and vocational courses for young people and adults.

“Each year we support almost 10,000 people in 16 different occupational sectors including accounting and business services, construction, engineering, logistics, warehousing, early years and adult health care.

“We work with over 2,300 employers each year – businesses of all sizes, from large multinational companies to small micro businesses. Every company relies on the skills of its staff.

“To remain competitive, companies face the challenge of finding a way of increasing productivity with less resources. Having the right staff with the right skills is crucial to achieving this.”

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