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Dario secures dream job
March 12, 2018

A young father from Cumbria, has secured employment after suffering from a life-threatening infection. Dario Bererira contracted a rare infection called subdural empyema, a serious condition affecting the skull. Once he recovered, Dario contacted PHX Training, a leading north west training provider which offers training programmes for individuals to get back to work. PHX Training [...]

Blog: Opening the opportunities
March 1, 2018

Government statistics show that between 2016 and 2017 a record number of apprentices – 491,000 – started an apprenticeship course. With National Apprenticeship Week looming from 5th – 9th March, consider the benefits they bring along with other forms of learning. What are the benefits to gaining work experience? Work experience equips you with soft [...]

PHX expands with quality team
February 28, 2018

A Lancashire-based training company specialising in getting people back to work has expanded and created a team dedicated to quality from new offices. PHX Training is supporting a division of the organisation dedicated to bringing the highest levels of quality throughout its business from a further office in Winckley Square, Preston. This follows accreditation for [...]

Blog: 5 reasons to take up training if you are unemployed
January 18, 2018

The Resolution Foundation has recently produced statistics which reports there are around 300,000 forgotten unemployed people falling through the cracks financially across the UK. Claiming benefits financially is only one part of the issue for the people who have been ‘forgotten’ in the system. There are many other elements of support available to you if [...]

The lost army – a forgotten workforce
January 11, 2018

Leading Lancashire training company PHX Training has released a message to help the ‘forgotten army’ of jobseekers. The company is reaching out to those who may not be aware of the opportunities for learning under government funding. Those aged over 19, who have not previously attained a GCSE Grade C, or higher, will be fully [...]

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