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The way Optimum Skills develops its workforce shows how it can help yours

For proof that Optimum Skills’ approach to upskilling works, look no further than the company itself.

Pictured above: Optimum Skills team members Michelle Johnson, Christine Gregory, Mel Thompson, Louise Kirsopp, Charley Haigh, Kayleigh Lowdon and Chelsea McGarrell.
Pictured above: Optimum Skills team members Michelle Johnson, Christine Gregory, Mel Thompson, Louise Kirsopp, Charley Haigh, Kayleigh Lowdon and Chelsea McGarrell.

Now in its 10th year, the Newton Aycliffe firm has forged a reputation for providing high-quality training and apprenticeship programmes.


But within its own ranks are several examples of staff who’ve practised what the firm preaches by taking courses to develop their own skills.


Optimum Skills has already worked with several businesses on the park to enhance each firm’s training requirements.


And Optimum knows the approach works – because many of their own people have done it too.


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