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Training partnership leads to award win

The work conducted by Jigsaw Training went the extra mile – and helped facilities management company Mitie scoop a top award.

Jigsaw Training is the company’s apprenticeship training partner and joined the Mitie team at the recent National Apprenticeship Awards where they were announced as ‘Macro Employer of the Year’

Preston-based Jigsaw has worked closely as Mitie’s training partner for 10 years, across all aspects of its apprenticeship programme.

James Blackhurst, managing director of Jigsaw Training, said: “We have delivered and supported the Mitie apprenticeship programme over a long period and we’re thrilled to see the company recognised for its commitment to apprenticeships.

“This is a partnership we’re proud to be involved in, and we’re thrilled to have played our part in helping them win this accolade.”

The National Apprenticeship Awards, now in their 13th year, are run by the National Apprenticeship Service and recognise excellence in two areas: businesses that grow their own talent with apprentices and apprentices who have made a significant contribution to their workplaces.

A spokesman for Mitie said: “Mitie’s success wouldn’t have been possible without the help from our training partner Jigsaw. Working with Jigsaw since 2007, they’ve assisted us with everything to do with our apprentices, from signing them up in the first place and tutoring them, to dealing with their issues and fronting Ofsted inspections.”

Jigsaw Training specialises in apprenticeships, providing the complete package from training needs analysis through to the design, administration, delivery, management and evaluation of all programmes.

It delivers apprenticeships in sectors including facilities management, catering, security and retail.

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