The TT Training Academy run by the founder and managing director, Suzanne Skeete, offers a variety of corporate, business training workshops, short professional courses and bespoke training programmes to support the development of businesses and enhance the skills of staff. The organisation will work with each business to understand the areas that need improvement, including core competencies, via TT Training Academy’s free Business Needs Analysis.
Suzanne Skeete explains: “We have worked with countless SMEs, at a variety of development stages and improved productivity and profit. Our team is highly trained with experienced and knowledgeable staff. The company’s professional services offer businesses a raft of training courses covering a comprehensive range of business needs.”
In addition, Suzanne also works with children and young adults, along with schools, social services and family support bodies, including Barnardo’s, through her organisation TappyTwins. Founded in 2013, this non-profit organisation supports the most vulnerable children and young people in the community. Offering support strategies, tactics and tools to bolster mental, emotional and physical resilience for young people, TappyTwins has changed many young lives for the better.
Recently the news has highlighted the rise of children being detained in isolation at school. It is often for trivial misdemeanours that can lead to them missing vital educational years, with the outcome of affecting long-term employment. Subsequently, this means companies and businesses are losing a valuable and potential talent for the workplace.
Suzanne comments: “Children being put into isolation is a very sad demise for both the child and the school and something that we can help with.
“We work with schools and can make a huge difference for them and their pupils. Our aim is to support schools by raising awareness of mental health issues and the importance of mental health well-being. We guide and train staff and teachers, so they are equipped with the knowledge, skills, understanding and ability to use proven techniques to support children and young people.”
Suzanne continues: “We also work one-to-one with children and young people offering counselling and therapy, bolstering their emotional and physical resilience. We have free online helplines, and live support, for teenagers suffering from mental health problems.”
Funding is vital to support the young individuals that need help. To find out more about the training courses to support your company and how you can help and support schools, young and vulnerable children today, you can donate online or contact Suzanne Skeete by email: email@example.com or call Suzanne on 03306 601274.
Image: Suzanne Skeete, founder and managing director of the TT Training Academy and TappyTwins.
About TT Training Academy:
The TT Training Academy employs strategies that support companies. These improve staff retention, productivity and profit, making it a desirable place for prospective employees to work. www.tttrainingacademy.com
TappyTwins is a Community Interest Company, and is a non-profit organisation, founded in 2013 to support young people when they need it most. TappyTwins is a forward-thinking, one stop support service that focuses on the mental and emotional health, resilience and well-being of children and adults through one-to-one workshops and family support.
The company works with schools, councils and all agencies to identify and provide long lasting results and support for those young people and families that are facing issues or difficulties. It provides help and support for young people and their families, teaching them how to take control of their experiences and emotions, while providing them with valuable tools for life, to help them overcome their fears, traumas and everyday worries. TappyTwins also encourages positive social and emotional well-being, together with healthy lifestyle choices, by teaching problem solving, self-awareness and coping strategies, whilst focusing on confidence building. www.tappytwins.com
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29th January 2020