The National IT Partnership

23rd October 2013

NITP, the National IT Partnership, is opening a brand new academy in Sheffield, near Meadowhall in September 2013.

Through NITP's Gold Standard IT Apprenticeship programme, businesses in Sheffield will have the opportunity to recruit excellent, job-ready and enthusiastic young individuals. NITP works nationally to support the recruitment of over 1,000 young people a year into companies of varying sizes. They use their unique employer-lead training to support the recruitment process of Apprentices into IT roles. NITP have a very specific recruitment process to find the best candidate for your business. NITP also tailor their training programme to suit your specified roles. Using Bespoke Project Strand approach, NITP can help you to get the best value out of your new recruit. All courses are fully funded and a complimentary selection support is provided in order to meet your businesses needs and keep the process as simple and effective as possible. The NITP course is developed in the IT industry with employers to ensure it fits in to the modern day business environment. It contains all the best technical strategies for business functions now and going forward into the future. With the added benefits of exciting new ideas from a fresh generation, who can be moulded to fit your business requirements, an NITP apprenticeship is the perfect solution to develop and grow your organisation. The risks to your business are minimal and the potential gains are high with a minimum wage as low as £2.68 and grants of up to £1,500 available for eligible businesses. Recruiting an NITP apprentice enables your business to utilise an excellent member of staff who will be trained to a great standard for the IT industry and your business. NiTP are working with an excellent group of young individuals today, so call Caroline Walton on 07816078873 or email to begin the process with your dedicated Employer Executive who will support you through the entire process.

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