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Airport launches in-house skills and employment academy

PUBLISHED: 16:18 06 August 2018 | UPDATED: 16:18 06 August 2018

Robert Halfon MP with some Stansted Airport apprentices, and representatives of Stansted Airport�s Employment and Skills Academy and Harlow College Picture: STANSTED AIRPORT

Robert Halfon MP with some Stansted Airport apprentices, and representatives of Stansted Airport�s Employment and Skills Academy and Harlow College Picture: STANSTED AIRPORT

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Stansted Airport has officially relaunched its dedicated employment academy after bringing it back ‘in-house’.

The Stansted Airport Employment and Skills Academy, based in Enterprise House at Stansted Airport Picture: STANSTED AIRPORTThe Stansted Airport Employment and Skills Academy, based in Enterprise House at Stansted Airport Picture: STANSTED AIRPORT

The Stansted Airport Employment and Skills Academy, based at Enterprise House next to the main terminal, is a one stop shop for finding out about on-site vacancies.

The service, which will operate as part of Manchester Airports Group in partnership with Harlow College, also offers tailored aviation training programmes and apprenticeship schemes to help jobseekers to secure a job with one of more than 200 on-site employers.

Guests at the launch included Robert Halfon MP, on-site business partners, Harlow College, Job Centre Plus and current apprentices. Employment and skills manager Vesela Ivanova said: “Stansted Airport is the biggest single-site employer in the region offering the chance to work in sought-after industries.”

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