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Search & Select is a new department in PTP that finds candidates to meet the specific vacancy requirements of businesses throughout the West Midlands. The team has grown already since its inception due to the overwhelming demand of businesses to find apprentices to fulfil business needs.
We are currently working with over 150 employers and the number is growing every day due to the high quality level of service provided as well as the fact the service comes at absolutely no cost. It is our intention to always find the best person for any vacancy and as such the process of recruitment is completed on a step by step basis from initial application through to an interview for the position.
Your Success is Our Business.
The Apprentice Design Challenge
Young budding creatives will be given the chance to design and develop a brand new app or game for the National Apprenticeship Service in a unique...
A hearty meal!
You've probably heard that stress in the workplace can lead to all kinds of health problems, including an increased risk of coronary artery disease,...
What can apprenticeships do for your business?
Supporting the Governments agenda to increase the number of apprentices being employed, Performance Through People have held a range of employer breakfast events to share with employers the business benefits of taking on a young person. Business leaders throughout the West Midlands have attended to hear of the financial support now available to small and medium sized enterprises and hear the real life experiences of real apprentices and from local businesses as to their experiences of employing one.
Patrick Newland, Managing Director, of Relko Ltd talked about the benefits of apprenticeships to his business, “I first thought apprenticeships were a load of old rubbish, then after being convinced otherwise and employing an apprentice, I now support them and Performance Through People whole heartedly”