Matthew Webb

Business Development Consultant

0208 909 6351
Linkedin profile:
Visit Matthew's Profile

Sectors I look after:

Accounting, Business Admin, Customer Service, Childcare, IT Solutions, Plumbing, Electrical Installation, Construction Site Supervisor, Digital Engineering Technician, Food & Drink Maintenance Engineer, Health & Social Care, Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy.

Services I offer:

Provide information advice & guidance on all the apprenticeships offered by the college to employers, Explaining the length of the apprenticeships, what funding is available  and  any  regulations  on grants/funding, how to employ an apprentice, including the process of recruitment and how the college can help. Talking employers (levy & non-levy) through how to use the Digital Account Service and access their levy funds or reserve funding and use the funds for apprenticeships within their company and their supply chain.

Key strengths:

Vast amount of experience & knowledge within apprenticeships, good presentation skills. I work methodically and thoroughly as an individual and within a team, maintaining an excellent standard of work at all times and have the ability to work to tight timescales and under pressure.

Career summary:

Over 12 years of experience within the apprenticeships sector, working with employers and recruiting apprentices. Previously, I worked within the recruitment industry for over 10 years.

Why do I recommend HCUC:

We are the largest college group provider of apprenticeships in west London, our facilities are fantastic on all of our sites, with specific workshops for all of our construction trades and engineering sectors. With campuses in Harrow Weald, Harrow-on-Hill, Hayes and Uxbridge we cover a large area of the west of London. 85% of our apprentices secure employment at the end of their apprenticeships and others go onto further training or higher education.

Why companies should consider Apprenticeship Scheme to hire and train their employees:

All companies should consider recruiting an apprentice or offering apprenticeships as a way of helping current staff upskill, it helps create a dedicated, loyal workforce bridging skills gaps and retaining staff. Apprentices can improve a company’s bottom line by improving effectivity and boosting productivity.