ITC are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Outstanding Skills Development Award for the Offshore Achievement Awards 2021.

Tracy Clark – Managing Director and Co-owner commented; ITC passionately believe that its people are key to their success and are committed to providing industry leading skill development opportunities for their employees. Staff development is actively encouraged and enabled across a broad spectrum, from key supplier training workshops to specialist skills, through to external further education courses.

A key part of the company’s skills development strategy is the adoption of apprentice schemes, whether this be for technical, management or professional skills. Over the last 5 years, eight members of ITC staff have participated in success schemes, with four having already completed and continuing on with further education.  Skills development is not limited to junior staff members with long term and senior roles all supported with required training, which will benefit their career prospects as well as expanding ITC’s resource capability. This has covered areas such as Lead Auditor, NEBOSH, IOSH, Customs, ATEX and a variety of specific technical courses.

ITC strongly feel that the positive skills development approach brings significant benefits to their staff retention and are very proud to have maintained a 92% retention record. Skills development is ingrained into ITC’s DNA.

ITC would like to recognise the efforts and commitment of their staff currently attending external further Skill Development programs – well done to you all.

Emma Clark – CIPS Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Procurement and Supply, having previously completed her Level 4 Diploma.

Laura Scott – BA Hons in Accounting, having previously completed a HNC in Accounting and Finance.

Jamie-Leigh Johnstone – BA Hons in Business Management.

Colin Taylor – HNC in Mechanical Practice.

Karen Duncan – Recently achieved QMS Auditor and NEBOSH.

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