Michael Bradshaw

Michael Bradshaw is the Corporate Partnerships Director for Intraining. Michael has been working for Intraining since 2007. He is an experienced and effective operational leader with a substantial and proven track record in high value contract development, growth and delivery with responsibility for delivering contracts ranging to £20m. Michael is an expert in apprenticeships and apprenticeship funding.

As Corporate Partnerships Director, Michael leads the organisational partnership strategy for the engagement with, and delivery of, apprenticeships to large corporate organisations and SMEs by offering all products and services from the NCG portfolio of companies.

Intraining is a division of NCG, one of the UK’s largest national training and colleges groups. We work with thousands of learners and businesses every year, regionally and nationally, to help them reach their full potential and build a talented workforce through high quality education and training.

Apprenticeship Levy: delivering value to provide a return on investment

As part of the government’s commitment to create three million new apprenticeships by 2020, the apprenticeship levy has been introduced and there’s no way of escaping it.
Join our seminar with Michael Bradshaw, our Corporate Partnerships Director, to discover how your organisation can reap the rewards of improved productivity, loyalty and staff turnover through the apprenticeship levy.

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