HUNDREDS of employment and training opportunities available from 10am to 12pm next Friday, April 22, when Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid’s annual Jobs Fair returns to North Bromsgrove High School after moving online during the pandemic.
And last week Aston Fields firm GTAccess provided a large banner which – using a Manitou Man’go 33 elevating platform – tethered it to the side of Kriss Associates building in Hanover Street to help promote the fair in the town centre.
GTAccess Ltd – one of the largest independently owned access companies in the UK operates over 60 individual types of machines and has a 2,000-strong fleet.
Its head office is based in Bromsgrove, but they also have strategic depots around the UK.
Mr Javid said he was grateful for GTAccess’ support.
“Although I was based in Westminster on the day, my team in Bromsgrove tell me it was no easy task.
“It was great to pop down from the Bromsgrove office on the Friday and see it myself.
“We want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to attend the Fair, so spreading the word is incredibly important.”
Jonathan Till, Managing Director from GTAccess said he was delighted the firm would also be back at the Jobs Fair as the company had a wide range of fantastic opportunities – and not just for engineers.
“This is another amazing opportunity for the GTAccess family to showcase what we are really about and what we can offer to the workforce in Bromsgrove.
“We are our commitment to the local community, and we believe having a strong link to education helps mould our future workforce.”