Nottingham Trent University
- Published: Tuesday, 19 November 2013 09:26
- Written by Joseph
Nottingham Trent University has the expertise, resources and networks to help improve your organisation.
Our business services are easy to access and bring real added value. We can work with you through consultancy, research, bespoke courses and staff development, or even by giving your organisation access to our outstanding facilities.
Talent, skills and innovation
You know your business strategy and aims inside out. We have the talent, skills and innovation to take your organisation to the next level of success. Our work with businesses is results driven and pragmatic.
Want to work with us? We can talk you through our specialist services and how we can work together to put your business ahead of the game.
Please contact us to find out more.
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Unilever began the search for a higher education partner to deliver a Food Science and Technology Higher Apprenticeship to its R&D Apprentices. The School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences at Nottingham Trent University was in a unique position in that it already offered provision for both further and higher education study, with clear progression routes for students.
Freshcut Foods is a Nottingham based business which provides a wide range of retail and food services to major UK chilled food manufacturers.
Kentz approached staff from Nottingham Business School about developing a Masters programme that could nurture talent within the organisation. Through performance reviews, which included succession and career planning, Kentz identified the first cohort of 13 high potential employees working in different areas of the organisation.
Family-run firm Amberol have been manufacturing and supplying self-watering flower planters to local authorities for 40 years. They were interested in expanding their range to take advantage of the emerging domestic market for ‘grow your own’ fruit and vegetables, approaching Nottingham Trent University's Future Factory for support in testing and trialling their product.