PHX Training expand and grow
Lancashire training company PHX Training has extended its network of centres in the region by opening a new centre in Preston.
PHX Training delivers tailored training programmes to improve skills and qualifications in I.T employment skill, literacy, numeracy, I.T and business and management.
Now it has widened its reach, delivering government-backed training initiatives including the learndirect scheme, Apprenticeship training and the Work Programme.
Dan Scott, PHX Training managing director, said: "We want to make sure our services are available across the whole of Lancashire and this office will enable people in Preston to benefit from training at a centre which is local to them.
"We also offer structured online training so the combination will mean improved service benefits all round for those wishing to take up this training in this area."
The new office will be located in the Preston city centre. A four-strong team, headed up by manager Danny McManamon, will deliver PHX Training's wide range of training courses.
In line with the company's continued growth, employment opportunities are opening up for advisors and sales staff as it continues to drive the business forward. It is now inviting applications for roles in both training and business development.
PHX's team of trainers offer wide-ranging online resources as well as face-to-face facilities at nine training centres in Preston, Barrow-in-Furness, Blackpool, Kendal, Millom, Morecambe, Penrith, Southport, Carlisle and Workington.
One of the key contracts operated by PHX is the government's learndirect programme, which helps to give unemployed people the skills they need to find jobs. PHX's 93 per cent success rate for people succeeding on the programme underlines the firm's high standards.