SUPPORTING SOCIAL VALUE THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS

Our social value model over the past 4 years, has returned £7.80 per £1 spent. This positive value is in recognition of both the support provided to elderly and vulnerable council tenants as well as savings made to public bodies in reducing social care, anti-social behaviour and criminal justice costs, training for young people, and their positive progression into employment with local businesses. 

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£7.80 social return
for every £1 spent

 

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Over 492 apprenticeships
created since 2011

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86% progression rate
into sustained employment

OUR SOCIAL VALUE MODEL

Since 2011, we have been working with Stoke-on-Trent City Council resulting in over 492 young people aged 16-18 progressing into sustained employment in the city as a result of learning new trade skills 

The service is built upon a structured training programme specifically designed for young people leaving school with few or no qualifications, (NEET) & those at risk of becoming NEET

Working alongside, qualified, trade Supervisors and Tutors, a range of services including grounds maintenance, painting and decorating, carpeting and aids and adaptations are carried out for vulnerable residents. 

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JONATHAN PHIPPS
Strategic Manager - Commercial Development 

“We appointed PM Training following a competitive tender process based on a balance between price and social value. PM Training’s social value response was exemplary. They set out very clearly what the long-term benefits would be to both the young people and the City as a whole."

THE BENEFITS

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  • 20th December 2020

From Apprentice to Full-Time Employment Success with Taylor Downing

Congratulations to Taylor Downing, Apprenticeship Assistant at Keele University, who has achieved Distinctions in her Level 3 Business Administrator apprenticeship scoring full marks in two of her projects.

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  • 4th December 2020

Gas Engineering Success with Melissa Hart

Melissa Hart, 23 of Walsall proudly supports women progressing into gas engineering roles. Having left school with the blessing of her first child, Mel's start to her career took a rather different turn. 

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  • 24th November 2020

Join us for The Housing Apprenticeships Conference!

Are you a housing apprentice? If so this could be the perfect opportunity to meet our housing tutors Julie and Catherine alongside members of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) for some amazing top tips on wellbeing! 

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  • 4th November 2020

Stress: How you can manage it

Stress. We've all experienced it at one point or another and it can be really frustrating. However, there are loads of ways you can manage it!

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  • 28th October 2020

Apprenticeships changed my life - now I'm a successful bricklayer

Apprenticeships have helped turn the life around of 19-year-old, Steven Flowers, who is loving his job as a successful bricklaying apprentice with K Scott Construction Ltd.

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  • 3rd August 2020

Joinery Apprenticeship Case Study: Luke Yates-Smith

Aspiring apprentice Luke Yates-Smith, 16, has found his feet in Joinery after a few months with PM Training. He talks to us about his apprenticeship with local joinery firm, Franklin and Jameson. 

HOW CAN WE HELP?

If you’re looking for more information, need to talk to someone about an enquiry or want to chat about your service needs, then please fill in our short form and a member of our team will be in touch.