The Growth Company Employment, part of The Growth Company, helps to make a lasting difference to the lives of people throughout the North of England. We support individuals to gain meaningful employment; a foundation on which to improve their quality of life, that of their families and their communities.
We believe everyone can benefit from work, regardless of their circumstances - and therefore everyone should be offered the right type of support, at the right time for them, so they can realise their potential.
Our teams of experienced Key Workers offer one-to-one support, co-producing action plans with their customers that encourage high aspirations and the opportunity to gain the skills necessary to make their aspirations a reality.
PROGRESS21 - One Day, Three Events
Igniting career prospects, business opportunities and global ambition.
As we complete the Government's Covid Roadmap, now is the time for us to support each other and look to the future. On the 23rd September, The Growth Company presents PROGRESS21 – one of the first post Roadmap large-scale in-person events of the year.
The event is supported by a significant public, private and third sector partnership encompassing the GM Mayor, GM LEP, business representative organisations (CBI, FSB, ICAEW, GM Chamber, IOD, NWBLT and pro-manchester), DIT, BEIS and DWP along with local partners such as Citizens Advice and numerous individual companies.
PROGRESS21 will take over Manchester Central, offering a wide-ranging programme of support to the residents and businesses across Greater Manchester:
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Our National Careers Service team offer careers information, advice, and guidance for people in and out of work.
For some, undertaking additional courses can be a real strain on their time. Our days are busier than ever, with work or job seeking, responsibilities, unforeseen circumstances, and of course, a getting used to a world living through a pandemic. We know that learning more will boost our CV, potentially boost our confidence and will boost our skillset but is the time investment worth it?