SIXTH SENSE TRAINING ACHIEVES INVESTORS IN YOUNG PEOPLE GOLD ACCREDITATION
We are delighted to have achieved the prestigious Investors in Young People Gold Accreditation, the only people management standard that focuses on an employer’s recruitment and retention of young people. This represents a true commitment to the training and development of young people and demonstrates Sixth Sense Training as an employer of choice for young people and testament to their effective practices around Youth Employment.
Commenting on the award, Richard Tasker, Managing Director said, “we are delighted to receive this recognition for both ourselves and the young people we employ, as well as those we place into jobs at other companies. This year has been a very good year for our business, and the growth wouldn’t have been possible without the input of our young workers and the qualities they bring to our team.”
Peter Russian, Chief Executive of Investors in People Scotland, said “The Investors in Young People framework not only recognises and supports organisations in the employment of young people, but marks them out as an employer of choice. The benefits of recruiting and developing young people are countless. These include the creation of a talent pool for the future, new and increased skills in areas such as IT and social media, fresh eyes and mind-sets into business operations along with enthusiasm and unique talents.”
IIYP, Scotland’s only people management award focusing on employers’ recruitment and retention of young people, originated through a key recommendation from the Commission for Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce, led by Sir Ian Wood. Offered to all businesses across Scotland, the award recognises and supports organisations in the employment of young people.
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