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WHO WE ARE

Here at NGTC Training we’re proud to be part of the NGTC Group. Our training division works alongside the four other divisions within the group: Education, Recruitment, Consultancy and E-learning. This helps us to understand the challenges that small and medium-sized companies face in sourcing, recruiting, training and retaining people. We not only hold the training and apprenticeships knowledge you need but also the knowledge about your industry. Having the two means we’re perfectly placed to match the right skills and training to each individual business or learner.

WHAT WE DO

We have an impressive selection in our Stadium Events and Hospitality apprenticeship portfolio and we ensure that world-class standards are attained by continually working with leading employers. Whatever source of revenue your business has, we can deliver the training programme you need. And whatever your background, we are here to help support you as a learner as you transition from unemployment into the labour market.

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SIA Door Supervisor Training – ESF
9:00am - 4:00pm
The Jury’s Inn, Fry St., Middlesbrough, TS1 1JH
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SIA Door Supervisor Training – ESF
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The Jury’s Inn, Fry St., Middlesbrough, TS1 1JH
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SIA Door Supervisor Training – ESF
9:00am - 4:00pm
Macclesfield FC, Moss Rose Stadium, SK11 7SP

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