Developing employability and skills

Delivering high quality, employability, skills and training services

We work in partnership with schools, academies and local authorities to support young people and adults to develop their employability and skills

Our services include employment and skills programmes, services for young people and adults, apprenticeship and traineeship delivery and targeted interventions to disadvantaged groups, including the undertaking of transfer reviews and the formulation of education, health and care plans for customers with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.

How we can help

We help schools, academies and local authorities to meet their statutory obligations with regards to providing careers guidance and supporting NEETs

We work with local authorities and academies to help them deliver their apprenticeship programmes

We work with schools, local authorities and local communities to raise the profile of STEM related careers

Delivering a full range of learning, development and consultancy services for local authorities, we help develop, empower and motivate your employees to deliver the very best services for your organisation

Supporting employment and the local community in Southampton

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Through a dedicated CSR programme and working closely with the Council and local stakeholders the Partnership is making a real difference to the people of Southampton.

Southampton and Capita Partnership

Helping Holy Trinity CE Primary Academy transform teaching and learning

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“We are very pleased with our purchase of the SMART boards and the ongoing support from our account manager, we would definitely recommend this solution to other schools.”

Holy Trinity CE Primary Academy Headteacher, Paula Burns

Volunteering at our Sheffield Partnership

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Your staff have been absolutely fantastic this year with our children. It has been great for the children to see a familiar smiling face arrive every week for their dedicated reading time

Cheryl Deakin, teacher at Wybourn Primary, Sheffield