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Enploy announced as Gold Sponsor of Collab Group Annual conference

The Collab Group of colleges is delighted to announce that Enploy will be a gold sponsor at the First Annual Collab Group Conference on June 18th, 2018. The conference will provide a great opportunity to promote the work of Enploy to the wider Collab Group network.

Enploy offer a range of tools and diagnostic services designed to develop positive attitudes and behaviours. Employability skills are increasingly important for young people looking to get on the career ladder and Enploy use innovative learning methods to test and develop key attributes including creative thinking, emotional intelligence and leadership skills.

Enploy also focuses on building entrepreneurial skills and behaviours that drive success. Their commitment to helping prepare young people for the world of work aligns well with the ethos and values of Collab Group colleges, who focus on providing highly skilled and work-ready talent to a range of employers across the UK.

We are delighted that Enploy is a key sponsor at our annual conference, and we look forward to the opportunities to work together, both at the conference and beyond.

Ian Pretty, CEO Collab Group says:

“I am delighted that Enploy will be a Gold sponsor at our first Collab Group Annual conference. Their learning platforms provide an engaging and innovative way for young people to develop the kinds of skills that they will need in the workplace. We look forward to working together to benefit learners and employers alike.”

Jon Allen, MD Enploy says:

“We’re really excited to be partnering with Collab Group and to supporting students from the 38 colleges they represent get ready for the future world of work at a time when they have to adapt & develop more quickly than ever before to succeed.”

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