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Seetec Employment & Skills become an associate member of Give us a Chance

Seetec Employment & Skills has become the latest employment and skills specialist to take up membership of GUAC, the leading consortium of social landlords in the employment and skills sector.

As one of the UK’s leading employment and skills providers, Seetec Employment & Skills supports over 100,000 individuals every year to find work and improve both their pre-employment and in-work skills. Working across the UK and Republic of Ireland, Seetec works with a diverse range of partners to deliver services that offer innovation and effective solutions to improve people’s lives.

Seetec Employment & Skills operates as part of the wider Seetec Group, who with more than 30 years’ experience, understands the diverse needs of their customers some of which will be tenants. By joining forces with housing consortiums like GUAC, provides a solid platform to share best practice and experience to help more people to find sustainable employment.

Peter Walkerley Seetec Business Development & Partnership Manager said, “It is so important that we join forces with other organisation to ensure that people across the UK have the support to find employment, re-skill, develop and progress in a working environment whether that be within a business or setting up by themselves. GUAC and its members achieve some outstanding work and we know that working in collaboration with consortiums like GUAC ensures that more individuals receive the right support at the right time.”

Commenting on the arrival of the latest Associate member, Chair of GUAC, Ian Simpson, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Seetec on board. With the housing and employment sectors sharing so many of the same goals, supporting partnerships amongst us grows ever more essential. We can achieve much together, to support our shared customers into work, and we welcome Seetec’s commitment”.

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