Twin Training - the welfare-to-work provider for Britons - may be celebrating after it was singled out for praise following the Employment Related Support Services (ERSS) Framework results.
The company achieved a credible five lot areas after they submitted bids for the rights to be one of the preferred suppliers of services in areas of the UK, according to w2w solutions.
An announcement by the Department of Work and Pensions stated: "The Work Programme will be the first contract to be called off the Framework and the procurement exercise for this will commence shortly."
After successfully securing five lots in the UK, Twin Training could now be expecting to help people who have been out of employment back into work.
Earlier this week, a spokeswoman for jobsite claimed that despite people being made redundant from the public sector, there are still opportunities available for people to find work, as more vacancies have become available over the last 12 months.All articles
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