Cogent: TAS removes barriers and makes it easy for employers to take on Apprentices
Thursday, 23 February 2012
TAS removes barriers and makes it easy for employers to take on Apprentices
TAS is a support service from Cogent, that can help you understand how Apprenticeships work for the Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Process, Polymer, Life Sciences, Signmaking, Nuclear, Oil, Gas, and Petroleum Industries.
We are here to help employers in these science-based industries to address their workforce development needs, so that they can compete and develop successfully.
TAS will support employers to write job descriptions, advertise, source, screen and employ apprentices.
How we can help:
We can employ apprentices on behalf of employers, for example those who need to manage ‘head count’ issues.
We will source suitable colleges to deliver the apprenticeship and help develop new provision where there is none.
TAS can support existing HR facilities and offer guidance and mentoring for the duration of the Apprenticeship.
TAS will also offer progression routes to Higher Level Education to apprentices who complete their frameworks.
If you would like to know more about this service please contact TAS: email@example.com Tel: 01925 515217
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