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Burnley College become Members of Lancashire Skills Pledge

Burnley College have taken a leap forward in offering opportunities to gain skills by becoming members of the Lancashire Skills Pledge.

The Lancashire Skills and Employment Hub initiative which supports the growth of the Lancashire economy through developing skills will provide the College with an extensive network to boost our learning opportunities exactly where and when they are needed.

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Head of Themis Apprenticeship at Burnley College, Hannah Cutler said the membership of this group is essential in boosting skills for business and individuals:


“This will provide opportunities for businesses in Lancashire to help people gain skills and career opportunities. It will allow Burnley College to engage more efficiently with the local community and build a pipeline of future talent.”

Hannah Cutler

Head of Themis Apprenticeships at Burnley College

Pledges made by Burnley College include offering work experience placements, taking on apprentices both in house and externally in industry, giving volunteering hours and becoming an apprenticeship ambassador as part of the county-wide drive to encourage more apprenticeship opportunities.

The College’s membership of the Lancashire Skills Pledge will help us continue building skilled, productive and inclusive workforces both now and for the future.

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