Skills, Employment and Training Organisations
University of Nottingham
The University of Nottingham work with hundreds of organisations both large and small, to find innovative solutions to the challenges they face.
With over 3,000 academics at our campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia, we offer world-class research expertise and state-of-the-art facilities to provide that crucial competitive edge.
They can also provide the opportunity to recruit their talented workforce, provide training to develop current staff and license a technology that the University of Nottingham have developed.
For further information, visit the University of Nottingham website (Opens in a New Window).
Nottingham Trent University
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is proud to work with small and medium-sized organisations to help them to grow and develop. The support they provide includes subsidised placements, consultancy, workshops and events.
While NTU work with organisations locally, nationally and internationally, for small and medium businesses in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire NTU can offer specific subsidised business innovation support through the Enabling Innovation programme.
For further information, please visit the Nottingham Trent University website (Opens in a New Window)
Central College Nottingham
Central College Nottingham can provide assistance when recruiting an apprentice and training for current staff members.
With a wide range of apprentices available, it covers many sectors.
For further information, please visit the Central College Nottingham website. (Opens in a New Window)
New College Nottingham
ncn business to business is a recruitment and training provider, specialising in apprenticeship recruitment and training for businesses spread across numerous sectors.
For further information visit the New College Nottingham website. (Opens in a New Window)
DBC Training - Employ Local
- Employ Local is an employment support service for: Businesses who are looking to recruit in Derby, Derbyshire, and/or Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
- Unemployed individuals looking for work in Derby, Derbyshire, and/or Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
For employers they provide:
- A FREE full recruitment service – we match candidates to your requirements
- Quality Candidates Bespoke advertising and promotion of your vacancies
- Single point of contact
- Thorough vetting process
- Pre-employment training
For further information, please visit the DBC Training - Employ Local website. (Opens in a New Window)
SKILLS Local has a focus on helping local employers build a skilled workforce and to facilitate long term success and growth within the Derbyshire and Nottingham region. The funding of accredited training is available to SMEs across a number of LEP priority sectors. Training is offered through a wide range of delivery partners and will help develop the skills of employees and help support the development of businesses within the region.
The programme will work closely with you to analyse your training needs and provide the best solution to help up-skill your staff to have maximum impact on your businesses growth
The approach to learning is tailored to the unique needs of your business, using a blended approach of online learner led training and focused tutor supported learning.
A qualified tutor will support your staff on your premises with no requirement for day release, delivery is built around your businesses needs to minimise operational impact on your business.
- Online modules will also enable staff to study at their own pace and remote support is always available.
- The programme is open to all SMEs with less than 250 employees within the D2N2 area.
- Participant must be 19 years old and have not already achieved a similar qualification.
- Financial incentives are available for employees that progress on to apprenticeships (conditions apply)
For further information, please visit the Skills Local Website. (Opens in a New Window)
Futures is a social enterprise at the forefront of providing jobs and skills advice, training and apprenticeships to support young people and adults into work or training.
For further information visit the Futures Advice Website. (Opens in a New Window)
Job Centre Plus
If you are a Broxtowe resident who is currently looking for employment, please use the offsite links section to view current vacancies through the Job Centre's in the area.
You can also keep up to date with vacancies through social media of interested companies.
Alternatively, you can also visit your local Job Centre Branch. There are three branches covering the Broxtowe Area:
3 Acacia Walk
(Beeston and Stapleford Residents)
58 South Street
Enable is the Voluntary and Community Sector Learning and Skills Consortium serving the East Midlands.
They enable the Voluntary and Community Sector to support the sustainable economic development of their communities through services that address local learning, skills and employment needs.
For further information please visit Enable's Website. (Opens in a New Window)
Founded in 2009 they are a social enterprise, with a great commitment to giving back to the community. They specialise in providing high quality staff training and apprentices, giving people the skills they need to create a better future.
For further information please visit Right Track. (Opens in a New Window)