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Baltic Training creates new industry specific courses

A leading Midlands training provider has created several new courses in its bid to continue to offer young people the highest quality training qualifications and learning experience.

 

(L-R) Operations Director, Nicky Hobbs and Sales Operation Director, Laura Jackson.

 

Baltic Training, the only apprenticeship training provider to offer a completely tech-focused, tech driven training solution, has set up five new programmes suited to specific roles employers are recruiting for within the digital sector.

Following the introduction of last year’s New Apprenticeship Standards, as well as feedback from its new and existing customers, Baltic has developed Software Tester, Business Analyst, Data Analyst, IT Technical Salesperson and Digital Marketer courses, to ensure its apprentices remain at the forefront of the ever-growing UK digital tech industry.

Speaking about the courses, Senior Business Development Manager, Bharminder Binning, said: “Under the government initiative and the Apprenticeship Reforms, Standards will replace Frameworks. Baltic are committed to providing apprenticeship courses that are beneficial to both employer and apprentice. We are moving with the times and delivering what is required in the tech industry the most! This includes official vendor qualifications with our training.”

Founded in 2006, Baltic works with over 1,500 employers across the UK, helping them to secure their training needs and equip the workforces with the skills needed to support growth and remain competitive in global markets.

With the shortage of skills in the IT sector, where there are in excess of 700,000 jobs available and tens of thousands of new recruits required annually to plug the gaps, the Company has already helped more than 3,600 young people pursue careers in the technology and digital industries.

Bharminder continued: “Baltic are small enough to care and big enough to cope with demand, helping both small and large employers fill the skills gap in the tech industry. Our mission statement says it all: “To be the premier provider of specialised IT and Training products and services in the UK.”

“We’re aiming to not only create more apprenticeships in the future, but also upskill our workforce and meet the demands of our clients, employers and learners alike.

“Baltic continues to go from strength to strength and this is proven with the number of employers that come back to us for more apprentices and for our apprentices who progress onto our other courses. Our success rate speaks for itself, with 95% of our apprentices being employed upon completion of their programme and 49% of those receiving promotions within the first 12 months.”

To find out more about Baltic Training and the courses on offer, please visit https://baltictraining.com/

Twitter: @BalticTraining

 


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