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.
UK BUILDING SITE TRAINING concentrate very specifically on employer engagement. Employer Engagement is extremely important in ensuring that all our courses stay relevant. We must have the ear of large corporations hiring in order that we can ensure all our students can land a job at the end of their short building training course.
Employer engagement and participation in our in house projects ensures the survival of our company and is the cornerstone of our success. If we do not achieve employer engagement we will cease as a business. The participation of our clients ensures direct route to market, cut’s advertising costs for both parties and overall results in lower hiring overheads as well as cheaper training for our clients.
Key ways we achieve employer engagement
We offer financial incentives to our partners, preferential rates and we forward orders where we can. This is all part of our attempt to improve and strengthen our relations with our clients.
1. Offer financial incentives to obtain employer engagement
We work closely with our clients to ensure our pricing is extremely accurate. We also pay corporations very well when they send experts to train our recruits. This works well all round because our recruits are then potential hires for the very people we pay. The money flows in a harmonious circle with our students being the biggest winners/
2. Offer jobs to large building companies through our network
When we get enquiries through our network from government officials or large contractors we forward these to our preferential partners. This offers them the prospect of return business on their investment in us. We don’t actively look for contracts but being an authority and a centre of learning, people come to us with trust, knowing that we will make solid recommendations.
UK BUILDING SITE TRAINING closely analyse the the labour market for the benefit of all of our students and learners of our two week course. We ensure that we have a full understand and grasp of the local labour market before placing any of our admissions into courses.
It’s our guarantee that we will understand the local labour market sufficiently that we will be able to offer quality work placements at the end of any of our training programs. We have teamed up with many large organisations to ensure that our courses are relevant and offer the student a real shot at earning money once they have successfully completed.
Many of the instructors are from companies that will eventually employ our students. They have a double benefit of helping us teach people get into the building trade. By understanding the local labour market they have a much better understanding of labour availability and therefore will know if it’s worth running job campaigns. Another benefit of helping us teach is that they get first chance to lure hard working quality students that enrol to us.
We agree that because they teach you and a relationship is formed, that they should have the first opportunity to offer you a full time position. You do not have to accept this offer and your welcome to take other offers, but finding work in the current economic climate can be very difficult, especially when you lack experience. The two weeks learning with us is almost an opportunity to showcase your skills to your instructors, gaining possible favour and placement.
This make understanding the local labour market crucial. If the corporations we work with have no placement options then it hardly seems worthwhile to point you into a course with no potential jobs at the end of the road. We honestly aim to get all people to work that commit themselves financially to us. The investment of time and money should be well rewarded.
The purpose of job forecasting is to ensure that the skills UK BUILDING SITE TRAINING are teaching actually mean real jobs created. You can’t sit back hoping that detailed, lengthy courses will make a difference if you aren’t able to put someone in a job after teaching them.
The post covers issues concerning the market and training and their links to the economy and how this is going to result in more GDP for the UK as a whole. Each forecast is made up of individual opinion and applied with theory. Ultimately the only way that we are sure that we are working well is the student who ends up in a job as a result of the work that we do.
to improve the availability, quality of labour for large corporations within the building trade. If we can’t meet this important objective we have no purpose as a company. We strictly measure our skills and our service to the community with this scale. We do not abuse our ability to interpret the data. If we are not getting people to work after our courses then they should know why and we should be accountable.
It’s important that job forecasting is accurate as we offer our courses to an unlimited number of candidates. If we are to know that there is only a limited number of jobs in the sector at the moment our attention would be much better spent on courses that have large numbers of available jobs in the sector at any given point. We rely strictly on the government and large corporation hiring adverts for our data and where we should attempt to help people learn about the building trade. If for example there are a large number of jobs available within the carpentry sector it certainly does not make sense to push people toward general building. Our promise to all of those that enrol for our courses is that we will diligently and honestly tell them what the prospects of work are before taking any admission fees. We will be transparent and clear about what can realistically be expected from our short two week courses.