In August 2011 TRACKSS partnered with Wiltshire Enterprise (the business division of Wiltshire College). Benefits of this "win-win" partnership include the support that the College is able to give TRACKSS and our learners and, of course, access to SFA (Skills Funding Agency) funding for levels 2 and 3 learners. The benefit to the College is seen in its association with a high quality, specialist private provider that enables it to extend its learning programme to embrace the CIWM (WAMITAB) waste, recycling, street cleansing, grounds maintenance and other RQF qualifications.

For uptodate information regarding the current funding opportunities please visit the CIWM (WAMITAB) website:

There is now a push towards funding apprenticeships. Please contact us if you would like more information - this also available on the CIWM (WAMITAB) website:

Please contact TRACKSS if you think your learners might be eligible for funding.

TRACKSS enters partnership with Wiltshire Enterprise

L to R, David Beasley (TRACKSS Quality Improvement Director), Tim Keighley (Wiltshire Enterprise Manager), Philip Wilson (TRACKSS Business Manager) in 2011.

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