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A Leeds-based training firm has secured jobs for 14 unemployed people under their Level 2 door supervisor training programme.
GoodSense Training’s subsidiary, which specialises in accredited training including BTEC for door supervisor, handcuffing and HSE first aid, partnered up with North East-based Involved Learning to help unemployed people receiving benefits to train for a job as a security guard.
Alex Good, who heads up the subsidiary at GoodSense Training, organised the accredited training courses which are funded by Interserve. They have been delivered over two weeks in Nottingham, Leicester, Derby and Stoke to 27 people since February has seen 14 successful candidates offered jobs following the training.
Chris Chimiczewski who attended the course commented:
“I have been unemployed for a number years. I heard about the funded course and wanting to turn my life around, I thought that was definitely something I could do. The training was great, really interactive over the four days and I can’t wait to start my job to put what I have learnt into practice.”
Alex Good added:
“It has been rewarding to be part of the success in training people up under GoodSense training and to see more than 50% go on to receive job offers already is a great achievement.”
GoodSense Training was formed by Darren Good in 2004 and delivers a variety of personal safety and conflict resolution training to a range of public and private sector businesses nationally. Darren’s son Alex joined the business in 2015 and has taken a lead on driving the accredited training to individuals and companies over the past 18 months.
GoodSense Training was formed in 2004 by Darren Good, a leading expert on personal safety and conflict resolution in the UK. Darren has delivered training to the public, private and third sectors, and following his position on the largest growth accelerator programme in the world, Entrepreneurial Spark, GoodSense has seen record breaking growth.
Darren’s knowledge in this area is vast and having studied self defence systems since the age of sixteen, he is a passionate market leader in conflict resolution and personal safety.
Darren is a master practitioner in NLP, and has expertise in coaching to drive behaviour change. He is a member of the Institute of Conflict Resolution (ICM), and works closely with the National Federation for Personal Safety (NFPS) to maintain his evidence based on current legal aspects.
For more information see http://www.good-sense.co.uk/.
12 Jan 2017 11:45
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