What employers think about UK BUILDING SITE TRAINING?
What employers think about us is everything to the core of our business. Without our good will we would not have a thriving business to offer our clients. Not many companies can offer training courses and honestly give people an opportunity to find a job directly after. If we didn’t have this kind of standing with our clients, if we didn’t care what employers think, we would be another business without an edge, or unique selling point.
How to improve what employers think
At the heart of our business we have a principal to ensure our clients and students both get the best of our services. This is achieved in a number of ways, with honesty and integrity being at the core, a main principal for our whole business. The main ingredients for success are hard work, provide high quality students to prospective businesses, and offer flexible payment terms to improve the cash flow of our clients.
1. Work hard
We work hard finding high quality students so that are clients are not disappointed. this disappointment is then also not felt on the student end. By being picky to start, we save students time and money. When you enrol and send your payment for your course. This does not ensure that you’ll get in. We may refund you and refuse you our courses if we believe you will fail and not find a job placement on completion with us. While this might sound cut throat. We have a duty of care and honesty to our students and employers. We don’t want to waste anyones time or money and that helps improve what employers think about us.
2. Provide the best students
WE search hard and go through many applications before settling on a group of 16 in each category to move forward to training and potential job placement. This ensures your working and training with the very best.
3. Offer flexibility on payment terms
With the economy as it is, sometimes our clients need a little leeway in terms of getting their cheque off to us. If you’ve a long standing account we can defer payment for up to 90 days before being overdue. This helps take the stress off cash flow.