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Invotra's three new apprentices in our Newcastle office, and the hosting of a National Apprenticeship week salon at The Core in Newcastle, has gained Invotra recognition as a business investing in the future workforce of the North East. The Evening Chronicle's article "Investing in the future: The North East businesses paving the way for the stars of tomorrow" has an interview with Allie Galvin, our HR director. It outlines how Invotra's presence in the North East is growing, and how apprenticeships are an important part of this expansion.
Most who are in an apprenticeships scheme know university isn’t for them; the thought of racking up a lifetime debt from a course that they may not even pass doesn’t sit well. Some are never the academic type and the promise of freshers week and other social events at university can be seen as guaranteed ingredients for failure.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week, join us in Newcastle to discuss the growing importance of the role of Apprenticeships to retrain existing and bring the next generation of skilled people into the North East digital workforce.
East Herts Council has appointed Invotra to transform its intranet, to encourage greater collaboration among its employees and improve efficiencies. The Council’s updated intranet is now live and is shared with its employees across four sites.
Invotra was highly commended and in joint second place in the Medium Employer of the Year category at the National Apprenticeship Awards 2017. The company with its head office in Woking, Surrey was in the top three in the country and was narrowly pipped to the Award by Bournemouth-based Super Seals Ltd.
The financial services industry and public sector are aligned in their concerns about data and system security, with both citing a fear of harmful cyber threats emerging in 2018, according to a new study from digital workplace provider Invotra.
Surrey has a new rising star in Andrew Doyle, aged 20, who has won the prestigious Apprentice of the Year accolade at the SME National Business Awards. Andrew has worked as an apprentice at Woking-based Invotra for over two years and overhauled the accessibility of its digital workplace services.
Fast growing technology company and digital workplace provider Invotra, are celebrating a significant contract win in the USA, after being appointed by environmental organisation Sierra club to overhaul their internal communications platform and extranet capabilities.