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Merchant Taylors’ Schools Open Mornings September 22, 2008

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Merchant Taylors’ Schools invite you to two open mornings taking place in October:

Stanfield Mixed Infants, Junior Girls and Senior Girls
Saturday 4th October 9:00 – 12:00noon

Senior and Junior Boys
Saturday 11th October 9:00 – 12:00noon

Come along to see why we are the North West’s leading independent day school for boys and girls aged 4 –18.

Extensive bus services available throughout the North West

A Level Results 2008
Boys 70% and Girls 78.8% A B grades

2008 GCSE Results
Boys and Girls 70% A* A grades

Stanfield 0151 924 1506

Senior Girls 0151 932 2414

Boys’ Schools 0151 949 9333

www.merchanttaylors.com

The Best Education For Life

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Do You Have Staff Aged 16-18? January 25, 2008

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The Government has identified that there are hundreds of 16-18yr olds across Merseyside currently in employment without qualifications.

Do you currently have staff in this age group who would benefit from training and achieving a recognised qualification?

Are you aware that training is 100% fully funded and can be tailored to meet the needs of your organisation?

  • Trident Training Ltd (the training arm of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and Industry) offer Apprenticeships in Business Administration, Retail, Customer Service, ICT and Accountancy.
  • Apprenticeships are available for your existing staff aged 16-18 with limited opportunities for those aged 19-24.
  • Designed to develop job related skills whilst providing relevant key skills to those with little experience in the workplace.
  • Apprenticeships are 100% fully funded and paper free (e-portfolio)
  • They can increase the young persons confidence and motivation whilst building on their literacy and numeracy skills
  • All Apprenticeships are tailored to meet the needs of  your organisation and those of the  individual
  • As an employer by becoming involved in Apprenticeships you’re showing your commitment to quality, investment in people and by investing in training it has been shown to help reduce staff turnover.

Benefits to the Learner:

  • Gain a nationally recognised qualification
  • Quality training specific to job role
  • Build on Literacy and Numeracy skills
  • Increase confidence and motivation
  • Enable learner to achieve their goals

Benefits to Employer:

  • Higher skilled staff
  • Quality training tailored to meet the needs of your business
  • Increased staff retention
  • Work-based, integrating training into the day to day activities relating to the individuals job role
  • e-portfolio – on line training that allows the learner access to their portfolio 24 hours per day from work or home, reduces the amount of paper used, cuts out bulky portfolios and it’s environmentally friendly!

For further details please contact the Recruitment team on 0151 236 3222 or e-mail adele.maddox@liverpoolchamber.org.uk

Can You Help Cardinal Heenan High School Pupils Live Their Dreams? January 11, 2008

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Cardinal Heenan pupils are looking for business leaders to help them get the careers of their dreams.

As a specialist sports college Cardinal Heenan High School has been instrumental in extending sports provision for pupils in the local area. This has resulted in the development of leadership courses and, more recently, the Shape programme, which help the pupils develop self confidence, the ability to run groups and also lead sports programmes.

Cardinal Heenan has already formed strong links with Everton F.C. and would like the opportunity to develop their business links even further.

The pupils have set the agenda for an industry day which will be held at the school. They have detailed the career paths which they would like to explore and their dream is that this event will inspire and motivate the pupils towards the future, extending horizons and multiplying the possibilities for development.

To help them prepare for this event, they are asking you great leaders of business and industry to come to a business breakfast on Monday 4th February at the Speke Marriott Liverpool. At the meeting they will be outlining the aims and objectives for the Industry Day and asking local businesses to help pupils realise their true potential.

If you feel that you can help the pupils at Cardinal Heenan on their industry day, just call Brendan Kelly-Ince  at Cardinal Heenan High School on 0151 228 3472 to book your place at the Business Breakfast.