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Paragon Customer Communications donates apprenticeship funds to SMEs

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Paragon Customer Communications (PCC) has opted to transfer a portion of its annual Apprenticeship Levy funds to support small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) across the UK, and is encouraging eligible companies to apply to access the funds.

As part of its Ignite apprenticeship scheme, PCC has made the funds available to provide valuable recruitment opportunities to businesses that otherwise may not have been able to benefit from the government backed levy.

PCC’s fund will see money distributed to SME businesses to pay for apprenticeship training and assessments for new and existing staff.

Companies who meet the eligible criteria outlined by the Government are urged to get in contact with PCC to apply, to access the funds by applying online at:

This latest commitment from PCC comes on the back of the company launching its flagship UK wide apprenticeship programme, named Ignite.

Designed to help talented individuals forge a career in the communications industry, the Ignite apprenticeship scheme focuses on developing key skills in print, digital marketing, warehouse management, litho print, print finishing and engineering.

Lee Bennett, learning and development business partner for PCC, said: ‘Paragon Customer Communications is a people led organisation. It is not just about taking care of our employees across every area of our business, but also supporting our partners and the wider SME community to create a progressive, supportive and healthy working environment for the next generation of professionals in a number of industries.’

Companies interested in applying to access the PCC Apprenticeship Levy Funds can find out more on the PCC website at:


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