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Access Training
  • Gateshead
  • United Kingdom
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Access Training is an award-winning training provider based in Gateshead. The company supports north east businesses to develop their people and grow. Its training programmes include short courses, NVQs (2-5) and apprenticeships.

Access Training is the only training provider in Tyne and Wear to achieve the prestigious Training Quality Standard (TQS).

Twitter: @access2training

Web: www.accesstraining.org.uk



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Third-time-lucky Lauren is inspiration to others

A County Durham woman has won a place at university and found a promising career after dropping out of college twice and feeling hopeless about her prospects.

Lauren Wylie, 20, from Ouston near Birtley, turned her back on two different college courses after leaving school, before deciding to…


Released on November 23, 2015 at 11:38 —

New name and new direction for Pelican Rouge

The South Tyneside depot of Europe’s largest refreshment supplier is investing in staff upskilling to support major changes to the business, which has changed its name and its direction.

Pelican Rouge - formerly Autobar UK - employs 62 people at its base in Boldon and 1,600 people UK-wide. The firm is pursuing growth through what it calls a 'premiumisation' strategy, which aims to make it a…


Released on August 19, 2015 at 8:30 —

Access Training expands with acquisition

Ambitious Tyneside training provider, Access Training, has expanded its services by buying the Newcastle franchise of the UK’s best known further education brand, Pitman Training.

Access has acquired the business from north east support organisation Entrust for an undisclosed sum. The move comes less than two years since Access bought out another further education provider, Durham Training.

Managing director Malcolm Armstrong has…


Released on April 22, 2015 at 9:31 —

Recruitment given a health check by North East GPs

L-R: Hayley Sanson from Bewick Road surgery, Alex Rowley and Amy Smith, both from Central Gateshead Medical Group.

GP surgeries across the North East are turning to apprenticeship programmes to help fill the skills gap which exists for quality…


Released on April 1, 2015 at 14:51 —

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