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Speakers were Stephen Hunt, of GF Tomlinson, and Rebecca Hartshorn, of Bowmer and Kirkland, who have been involved in the first UK Professional Construction Career Academy at Derby College. Ms Hartshorn said: "It is vital that employers are involved in shaping young people's career aspirations and ensuring that the skills they learn at college are those that we need in industry. It is inspirational to see how students develop through the academy programme and, as employers, we get a great deal back.'
Derby College business director April Hayhurst said: "Employers consistently tell us that they want young people who are work ready and have the employability skills that will help them to grow their business.
Derby College's group career placement manager, Rob Goodyer, said: "Employers who have been involved in the pilot programme have taken the opportunity to influence education decision and strategy, ensuring the work we do is providing the skills they need Hyperlive Kyrie to increase their competitive edge.
"It is also a good opportunity to develop members of staff within the organisation who mentor students and support them with internship and work experience opportunities."
make more informed decisions about their future careers."
alternative method of recruitment which reduces costs and enhances their talent pool."
Employers are also invited to mentor individual students, be specialist speakers, host visits to their workplace, set tasks for students or provide internship and work experience opportunities to help widen the skill sets.
Attending the launch was Paul Knifton, of Pick Everard architects, in Queen Street, Derby, who said: ''We have been able to recruit some very talented young people who are already a great asset to our business."
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