Kingsmill, the bakery manufacturer in the United Kingdom, is again providing funding for training for more healthcare workers in 2022/2023, which is a program that started at the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021.
The fund known as Kingsmill Kindness was created to enable people, who are inspired to help other to advance their careers, and gaining new skills, as well as providing support to the NHS across the United Kingdom.
Emma Eggleton, head of marketing for Kingsmill, said the whole ethos behind their Kingsmill Kindness campaign is to give back to their local communities, and they usually do that in a number of ways, from making food donations to supporting community groups, and local sports teams.
She also said, however, that things like their partnership with Save The Children, and the apprenticeship levy scheme are allowing them to give back on a larger scale. She added that, they are all aware of the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic had on the primary care NHS workers, and they are very happy to be helping grow these services for the future.
The company wishes their newest apprentices all the very best with their training, and it is very excited to see how they go on to achieve their goals.
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