15 June 2012>
Caerphilly CBC and Caerphilly Business Forum are teaming up to help local businesses find out about the help and support that is available when employing local people. The event will give businesses of all sizes the opportunity to meet providers and stakeholders to discuss many aspects of employing people from apprenticeship opportunities through to help with raising workforce skill levels.
Cllr Ken James, Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Planning & Sustainable Development said, "We are delighted to be working with the Caerphilly Business Forum to help our local businesses increase their workforce, and employ local residents. Assisting our businesses to provide employment opportunities for local people will help to strengthen and sustain the local economy."
Tony Sheehan, Chair of Caerphilly Business Forum added, "As the voice for local businesses, we urge any of our business community who are considering taking on staff or placements to come along to this free event and meet with the providers to discuss vacancies, apprenticeship opportunities and much more. Businesses of all sizes and sectors, from retail to manufacturing to rural or social enterprises, are welcome to attend."
The event takes place on 27th June between 5.00 pm and 6.30 pm at Tredomen Business & Technology Centre, Hengoed. There will be an Exhibition and presentations by leading employment support organisations from Career Wales through to the National Training Federation Wales. Places are limited so to reserve your place contact Natalie Whyatt on 07901 03439 or email Natalie@cbforum.co.uk
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