BBC royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell visits Tower Hamlets College in Poplar
BBC Royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell helped celebrate the training provided by Tower Hamlets College.
The journalist was a guest speaker a launch event last week to celebrate the work of the college’s employer service team and its rebranding as TowerSkills.
TowerSkills, based in East India Dock Road, Poplar, is an employer-focused service assisting businesses in training, developing and recruiting staff.
Mr Witchell said: “It is clear TowerSkills is all it claims to be. This evening I have heard from clients that TowerSkills is a service that listens to an employer’s needs and provides a service in-tune with what they want. The service is tailor-made, flexible and professional.”
The event hosted by HSBC at their headquarters in Canary Wharf also included an award presentation to three apprentices, who have been ‘exemplary’ in the workplace.
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Among them were Aqsa Kassum, who is taking part in an IT apprenticeship.
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