BTC have worked with some significant names in the Fashion and Textiles sector to support with workforce training and development.
Since its launch thirteen years ago, our programme has seen over 90 apprentices graduate. Many have transitioned into diverse roles like Product Development and Planning. Harrison Malik, a 2013 Leather Goods Manufacturing apprentice, has risen to become Mulberry’s Development Technician, representing us at international events.
Jennifer Hollidge, UK Production Training Co-ordinator, Mulberry
Fashion, Textiles & Leather Apprenticeships:
We also have many Apprenticeships applicable across all businesses here.
We also have free Distance Learning courses suitable for all sectors here.
How else can we help?
Although your business may belong primarily to the engineering sector, that’s unlikely to be its sole focus – you’ll probably have staff that need looking after, as well as an accounts department, a delivery function, marketing, general admin, customer service – the list is endless.
Increasing the productivity and efficiency of any of these areas could have a really positive impact on profitability, and an Apprenticeship programme is a really cost-effective way of doing that.
We offer a variety of different training solutions and sports memberships to support you with your business and our team will tailor your training requirements to your business needs.