How we’re tackling skills shortages
At Royal Liverpool University Hospital, we have delivered...
- 120 apprentice placements
that give young people a route into work
- 3,000 volunteering hours in the community since 2013
- 368 work placements provided
for local schools, colleges, universities and local employment support programmes. Watch the video to learn more.
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“Carillion has made a massive difference to jobs, apprenticeships, training and supporting community groups. They have opened up opportunities directly and in their supply chain for local small/medium enterprises and have worked with the council’s in-house employment team, Liverpool in Work, to get local people, especially young people and those who are unemployed, into work. They’ve also worked with a lot of community groups locally. For example, in my own ward, Carillion have worked with Kensington Fields Community Association. They have helped with specific projects in the Community Centre, but have also built capacity within the community.”
Nick Small,Assistant Mayor of Liverpool Council