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PM Training wins two contract extensions with Unitas

PM Training has secured two contract extensions with Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s housing repairs and maintenance company Unitas, which will see it continue to provide services for another 12 months. Continued

March Learner of the Month - Celebrating Future Apprentices

Congratulations to three learners who have excelled in our March 2019 'Learner of the Month'.  We are celebrating three individual winners of our Learner of the Month who have excelled in developing their essential skills in the workplace including time-keeping, attendance, attitude and social… Continued

PM Training blazes a trail in mental health awareness

PM Training is the first training provider in the country to be recognised as an ‘attachment aware’ organisation, supporting positive mental health and wellbeing in young people. Continued

February Learner of the Month - Celebrating Future Apprentices

Congratulations to three learners who have excelled in our February 2019 'Learner of the Month'.  We are celebrating three individual winners of our Learner of the Month who have excelled in developing their essential skills in the workplace including time-keeping, attendance, attitude and social… Continued

PM Training awarded Supplier Excellence at Douglas Macmillan Hospice business awards

PM Training has been awarded a ‘Supplier Excellence’ award at the Douglas Macmillan Hospice Business Partnerships Awards 2019. Continued

Contract win provides pipeline of 800 apprenticeships for school leavers across Staffordshire

We're delighted to have secured a new grounds maintenance contract with Stoke-on-Trent City Council, which could lead to apprenticeship opportunities for up to 800 young people across the region. Continued

Pushing the boundaries of teaching with Advanced Teacher Status

Louise Ford FSET ATS, Education and Skills Tutor at Staffordshire-based PM Training has been awarded Advanced Teacher Status and become a Fellow of the Society for Education and Training; one of only 50 people across the UK to achieve the new status. Continued

Hare comes the latest roundabout sculpture for Newcastle-under-Lyme

Newcastle-under-Lyme is one hop closer to achieving its Britain in Bloom goals with the installation of a 9ft hare sculpture in the town centre. Continued

What makes a good social enterprise?

In today’s competitive environment, finding a reason for others to buy into your business goes beyond being able to simply demonstrate return on investment. To understand what makes a social enterprise we’ve got to go further, into the wider community impact.  Continued

Unique Artworks benches are resplendent in a heritage park

Hanley Park is described as a ‘great example of a late Victorian municipal park’ but until recently it had very few places to perch and gaze at the beautiful surroundings. Continued