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25 Sep 2013 New Partnership with Chesterfield College for Sheffield City Region

Track Training are continuing their collaboration successes in 2013 with the announcement of a new partnership awarded by Chesterfield College in Derbyshire.  This training contract is for the provision of ESF funded training delivery of nationally accredited qualifications in Lean and Business Improvement Techniques, including NVQs and Apprenticeships.  The project covers the Sheffield City Regions and Derbyshire and is valued at quarter of a million pounds sterling and means that Track Training Limited is now able to offer a broader range of funding initiatives to their growing portfolio of large and small organisations across the North of England. 

Business Development Manager Viv Compton said "we have a growing customer base across the UK who are interested in implementing Lean methodologies to all their workforce (operatives, office staff, supervisors and managers) and this contract is significant in that it allows us to help tier two, three and four supply chain companies to access the Lean disciplines often required by tier ones in a very affordable package".

Ask for details about fully funded programmes available in the Sheffield City Region.

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