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Apprenticeships research launch event

7th November 2011

On Friday 4th November CLES officially launched new research undertaken with Manchester City Council into the Manchester People into Construction (MPiC) scheme. The research sought to understand the benefits of the scheme and what would happen if Manchester City Council did not invest in procurement frameworks and associated apprenticeship schemes.

The event was highly attended by a range of people from Construction organisations, council staff, local authorities from around the North West and suppliers to the Council.

Full details of the research can be found in the press release here.

The Briefing summarising the research can be found here.

For further information about the research, which utilised the CLES Cost Benefit Analysis Tool please contact Matthew Jackson, Head of Research, CLES 0161 236 7036 matthewjackson@cles.esptest.co.uk or Gareth Brown, Consultant, 0161 236 7036 garethbrown@cles.esptest.co.uk

The agenda and presentations from the event can be found below:

Agenda

Theresa Grant, Acting Chief Executive, Trafford Council

John Myers, Employer Account Director, National Apprenticeship Service

Roy Cavanagh MBE, Training and Education Executive, Seddon

Matthew Jackson, Head of Research, and Gareth Brown, Consultant, CLES

John Shannon, Director of North West, Wates

Stephen Morris, Group Chairman, Crudens part 1 / Stephen Morris, Group Chairman, Crudens part 2 / Stephen Morris, Group Chairman, Crudens part 3

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