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Concurrent Technologies Awarded Silver Membership by The 5% Club
Concurrent Technologies is delighted to announce that we have been awarded Silver accredited membership via The 5% Club’s 2022-23 Employer Audit Scheme. This award recognises our significant contribution to the continued development of all our Employees through “Earn & Learn” schemes such as Apprenticeships, Graduate Schemes and Sponsored Students Course Placements.
We are proud of our investment in our staff members, which is why we joined The 5% Club. The 5% Club is a dynamic movement of Employers all of whom are inspired to take positive action for increased, inclusive, and accessible workplace training for all.
With a membership that now exceeds 750 companies, The 5% Club represents over 1.6 Million Employees, 93,500 of whom are in “earn and learn” schemes. The Employer Audit is a unique scheme that validates the employers’ activities, explores their future plans and commitments, as well as examining their approaches to quality, social mobility, diversity and inclusion.
From an impressive list of 129 members, Concurrent Technologies was one of the 14 Employers who met the Silver Standard.
Victoria Middleton, People Director of Concurrent Technologies, commented on receiving the Silver Membership from The 5% Club:
“Concurrent Technologies is proud to have received our Silver Membership from The 5% Club, representing our first milestone in providing skills-based, earn-and-learn opportunities throughout our organisation.
Performance and development are at the heart of what we do, and we are always striving to improve, evolve, and grow our talent and business. Receiving our Silver Membership demonstrates our commitment to these values and provides a platform from which to work toward the next milestone of achieving Gold Membership status”.
Mark Cameron OBE, Chief Executive at The 5% Club said:
“Our Employer Audit scheme recognises the efforts of all those Employers who invest in their workforce through a broad range of workplace learning schemes. It is fantastic that in these challenging times so many are able to commit to the Employer Audit and to gain the credit for their efforts, and that the majority are striving to expand their schemes over the coming years. Their efforts and achievements are to be applauded.”
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