Employers

Growing your Business Potential

Stanmore College Employers’ Forum, 5.30–8.00pm on Wednesday, 16 November 2016.

This year’s event, Growing your Business Potential, addresses the advantages of sourcing local funding and talent to add value to your business now and for a post-Brexit Britain. This event will include information on NHS tender opportunities and local funding streams and guidance on how to grow and develop your business in addition to networking opportunities.

Speakers

Harrow’s economy, trends, sectors and how the Council is supporting local businesses.
Mark Billington, Head of Economic Development and Enterprise, London Borough of Harrow.

Harnessing local talent and upskilling existing staff with assistance from Stanmore College.
Sylvester Lennon, West London District Manager, Harrow Jobcentre Plus.

Public Sector Focus: Northwick Park Hospital – Tender Opportunities.
Goretti Dowdican-McAndrew, Head of Education Department.

Private Sector Focus: Red E Limited.
Matthew Black, Serial Entrepreneur.

RSVP: To book your place, Pradip Lotlecar on 020 8420 7891 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 10 November 2016.

Complimentary drinks & canapés will be available on the night.

 

What does your business need to thrive?

Stanmore College is responsive to the needs of our local businesses and offers a wide range of courses and bespoke training to support your staff. We are happy to meet with you to discuss your business's training and development needs to ensure that we are able to deliver flexible and responsive provision.

Whether you're a start-up with an exciting new idea or an established business looking for fresh perspectives and skills, we can fill any training gaps with the commercial skills and knowledge required to help your business flourish.

Quotes from employers
We appreciate that work placements are an important part of preparing students for their future careers.  One of Stanmore College’s students enjoyed the experience so much they requested an extended placement.

Kathy Swanzy-Asante, Mental Health Nursing Awareness Lead/Project Leader, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

I have worked with Stanmore College in the past and found both staff and students there innovative and forward thinking.  I would have no hesitation of working with the College again.

Managing Mark Champkins Managing Director  Concentrate Design, and British Science Museum Inventor in Residence

I would like to record my thanks to the Stanmore team for their first class support in helping the School review their secretarial services. The Stanmore team undertook this difficult task very professionally gaining a detailed insight into the problem. They provided a valuable final report from which we have developed several successful operational strategies. It was a pleasure to work with Stanmore College's team and I'm grateful for the important part they played.

Bryan S Brown MBIFM  MRICS Assistant Bursar Harrow School