Ilford training company opens its doors to share its expertise

PUBLISHED: 14:00 30 April 2013 | UPDATED: 14:00 30 April 2013

C company boss David Evans with Clive Blair

C company boss David Evans with Clive Blair


A training company held an informal meet-and-greet with businesses on Friday to let them know more about their work.

Success Training Support Services in Olympic House, Clements Road, Ilford, works with Birmingham-based company C Company Trainers to provide placements, apprenticeships and work trials.

Shahhahandria Khan, Success’ director, and Dave Evans, of C Company, met with representatives from Jobcentre Plus, Reed, and other training providers.

The company covers a “vast range” of accredited courses, according to its director, including NVQs, health and safety and English-learning programmes.

She said: “We are unusual in that we also train with focused support in mind for dyslexia and can offer bespoke courses.”

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