The esg. story
esg. was formed in 2007, bringing together the history and expertise of a number of businesses specialising in employment related services and skills provision. These businesses have, between them, been delivering to government departments for over 20 years. The five businesses creating esg. and forming its two divisions of employment and skills are:
esg.; an existing Prime Provider with a range of DWP contracts including; Work Programme and Mandatory Work Activity.
Sencia; a subcontractor for our Work Programme who has over the last 11 years delivered DWP flagship contracts including; New Deal Prime Contractor, New Deal for Disabled People, Employment Zones and ESF.
orient gold Ltd, triangle training Ltd, stl Ltd; national contractors to the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) for Apprenticeships.Collectively, these companies and the teams working within them support some 40,000 customers a year to achieve new qualifications and achieve sustained employment.
From an original base in Sheffield – where its head office still operates – esg. has grown into a national company, delivering from centres throughout England, Wales and in Scotland. Even with this growth, our core mission, vision and values have remained the same, and, indeed, have strengthened as we have witnessed the positive contribution our work has had on the communities where we work.
If you would like more information about esg. please get in touch via the online form or call us on 0114 251 9210 or take a look at the ‘about us’ section to find out more about how we can help you.
Hairdresser from Tamworth wins esg.
prize draw from HairUK show
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Come and see esg. and Adee Phelan at HairUK, the NEC 19, 20 May.
The Employment and Skills Group (esg.) is delighted to announce that Adee Phelan will be appearing at HairUK on the esg./BBA stand. This is an amazing opportunity for stylists and apprentices to gain valuable advice and skills from one of the country’s leading hairdressers, whose celebrity clientele includes David Beckham, Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding and Liza Minnelli.
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So I missed a week blogging because I had some time off work to do what is, for me, one of the best ways to spend a week relaxing. I skied with a bunch of friends that I have been away with each year for the last eight years or so. And what do I come back to? More snow!
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