07 Jan 2021
Caddick Construction (NW) Ltd has been recognised as a gold employer by The Manchester College in recognition of the valuable contribution made to the work-readiness of its students.
Caddick Construction is currently on-site building the college’s £25million teaching facility at the Openshaw Campus, which is set to complete in September 2021. The gold employer status was achieved for the work the team has delivered to help students develop industry skills through work placements, site visits, live briefs and workshops.
Managing Director of Caddick Construction’s North West office, Ian Threadgold, said: “The team is delighted to secure gold status. It is fantastic to be a part of the largest estate redesigns in the education sector and we are engaging closely with students as the new teaching facility progresses.
“As the workforce of the future it is essential to we provide live projects that help students develop the skills they will need in this vital industry. Work-readiness is important if we are to continue to bolster the economy across Greater Manchester.”
Michelle Swarbrick Caddick Construction’s North West Framework Scholarship Manager added: “Having joined the Caddick North West team to help deliver our corporate social responsibility, I am delighted with this award it demonstrates a true reflection of our commitments.”
The Manchester College is one of the largest Further Education colleges in the UK and largest single provider of 16-19, adult and higher education in Greater Manchester. More than 25% of Greater Manchester’s learning provision is undertaken by the college.
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