Helping to address these challenges by reducing access barriers to the world of work
Graeme recently visited Angus Training Group to discuss the strategic importance of equipping young people with skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship.
Angus Training Group are a long-established company with over 50 plus years plus experience in the Training business looking after the needs of their member companies and the engineering industry in Angus, Dundee and Aberdeen. Their blend of long experience of local industry and fully qualified staff offers that high quality practical based approach to training which meets employers demands for a skilled and flexible work force.
World Youth Skills Day 2022 takes place amid concerted efforts towards socio-economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic that are interconnected with challenges such as climate change, conflict, persisting poverty, rising inequality, rapid technological change, demographic transition and others.
Angus Training Group have a vision to provide a training experience not equalled by others which will give those undertaking training a competitive edge throughout their careers and give employees high calibre employees to meet their own demands and growth.
Graeme visited Angus Training Group at their Arbroath premises, where he spoke with Garry Talbert about how we can create opportunities to provide young people with spaces for dialogue with educational institutions, employers, policymakers, and development partners.
I was very pleased to meet again with Garry Talbert at Angus Training Group to discuss the skills needed as the world transitions into a sustainable development model. It was encouraging to hear of all the local businesses who are taking on apprentices from the Group, and their upcoming intake of over 50 young people.
Their initiative is vital in ensuring local young people have access to the necessary skills for employment and I am grateful for their work in our community.
– Garry Talbert from Angus Training Group
Angus Training Group sees its role and ambition within world Youth Skills day is to promote to member companies and others within the sector the benefits of bringing onboard a young person to their business as they face the challenges of the future. Also promoting to the young people, the rewards, and challenges of a Modern Apprenticeship in Engineering with its many avenues and facets.
We carry these beliefs through into every youngster’s training, empowering them to face the challenges ahead ensuring they have the opportunity to work with the latest technologies future proofing their careers, ensuring their employability and a rewarding career.