SNSG have been extremely busy this month. We have been working closely with Mercury training on ensuring we have suitable D/S candidates to join the SNSG family, as well as working alongside Midland Heart on their voluntary ‘clean up initiatives’, attending festivals, training and confirming contract awards for HyrdaForce and Burton Albion FC, to name but a few.
The senior management team have been kept super busy and have been well supported by line managers and other colleagues and would like to say a big Thank-you!
SNSG are continuously working to provide long term work to all of our colleagues. So, if you are in need of additional hours please give the office a call.
Training: SNSG are ready to start our Level 2 NVQ training. We predict there will be 6 cohorts. It’s not too late to sign up or ask for further details. Remember this course is free, spread across three days and will enable you to work on all Events as well as at the Commonwealth Games.
BrightHR: a reminder to all colleagues, our mental health service is free, simply log into the BrightHr app to find out more details
Citizen’s Aid App: DON’T FORGET TO DOWNLOAD IT!
College of the month Award
Rahma Nur – Control and Communication Officer.
Rahma is a SNSG new recruit, we would encourage you to watch her story on our Facebook page. Rahma has made an excellent start to her new role in the control and communications centre. She was presented this award by the West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street, who stopped by to Visit SNSG this month.