Relaunch of pilot scheme to train more than 1300 people for health and care jobs

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Mayor Dr Nik Johnson visited City College Peterborough to relaunch a pilot project aiming to give more than 1,350 people skills to start or advance careers in the health and care sector.

The Health and Care Sector Work Academy (HCSWA) is a pilot project developed by City College Peterborough and the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority, in partnership with the Government’s Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

The Mayor visited the college on Friday (October 15) to see first-hand some of the training and speak to staff and those taking part in the courses.

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