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21 Jun 2013 Partnership with Pembrokeshire College

Track Training is proud to work in partnership with Pembrokeshire College as part of its strategy to offer a wider portfolio of work-based training options to employers across Wales.  Track Training also works with a leading college in North Wales and across national boundaries.

At the heart of this local partnership is a will by the college and Track to respond effectively to identified employer needs in Wales, specifically in Engineering and Manufacturing, at level 2 up to advanced level 7.  Through Track’s contract with Pembroke the organisation is now able to bring a seamless offer to national employers with offices across the UK.

Employees in Wales, England and Scotland will all be offered a ‘training standard’ of delivery focused on driving operational improvements with nationally accredited training in the workplace through leading awarding bodies that include ILM, City & Guilds, EAL and Edexel.  Employees will have the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge required to implement real and quantifiable transformations within their organisation. 

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