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Partner with us and help us to deliver employment and training services

Partner with Twin

We partner with a number of businesses to help us deliver our programmes to young people and the unemployed. Partnering with Twin will allow you to build relationships with colleges and education providers. Additionally, you can assist us in delivering our services more effectively.

Twin Employment & Training (TET) is one of London’s leading welfare and work programme providers and we are always on the lookout for new partners to help us to deliver services more effectively. If you are seeking a sub-contractor to help your business implement a large or small scale programme, you can rely on us and our track record of success to assist you with your projects.

Become a Partner

Our Partners  

In partnership with DWP European Social Fund Education & Skills Funding Agency JobCentrePlus
Skills Training UK Serco    

Success stories from some of our partners

“Twin has been wonderfully enthusiastic and professional throughout our entire engagement on a project that has proven hard to fulfil in all aspects. The ideas and skills they possess to provide learners with effective tools for gaining employment in the workplace are second to none. CV skills, interview techniques, job searching and recruitment, to name just a few of the resources they excel at, has enabled my project to adapt and be successful.”

Emma, Programme Manager, Westminister Kingsway College

“Twin Training was our partner in a major, publicly funded project with high targets for getting older jobseekers trained in employability, Skills for Life and ICT expertise. We have always found Twin to be dedicated, flexible, client-focused partners, willing to do what it takes to give our clients the extra support needed to enable them to complete their courses successfully and obtain their qualifications. In the case of our project, the contribution Twin made helped us to secure extended funding for an extra year and gave many of our clients the skills, abilities and confidence to progress swiftly into employment.”

Peter, Project Manager, Wise Owls

“We are a not-for-profit organisation. Training and support is offered to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) business owners to build their capacity, increase productivity and maximise the employment potential of the sector. Our current project supports 16-19 year olds who are NEET, predominately female, from a BAME background and who live within London. We offer them an initial Information, Advice & Guidance session and subsequent Individual Learning Plan, following their training, individuals are supported into further learning or progression to employment. We are working closely with our strategic partner, Twin, for the recruitment and delivery of the training to these individuals, a partnership that has proven to be very successful.”

Colin, Project Manager, Salon Strategies