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Celebrating anniversary of development programme.

MEMBERS of the city's BPS sector gathered at Matthew Boulton College to celebrate the fourth anniversary of its professional development programme for students.

Since 2013, The Greater Birmingham Professional Services Academy (GBPSA), which is part of BMet, has partnered with 50 firms, creating career opportunities and employment for apprentices and jobseekers.

CAPTION(S):

Henrietta Brealey, Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce; Louise Jones, BMet; Anthony Dennant, BMet; Kevin Johnson, Urban Communications

Paulina Czapiewska, BNP Paribas Personal Finance UK; Victoria Garrad, Gateley; Hilary Smyth-Allen, BPS Birmingham; Jas Randhawa, Wesleyan; Adelle Rhule-Martin, GVA

Pictures: Jonathan Hipkiss

Olivia Hines, Heather Babb, John Hawkins, Steve Clarke, all Lloyds

Louise Teboul, Common Purpose; Nick Lee, Smith Cooper; Sue Woodward, BMet; Lauren Hartigan-Pritchard, Thursfields Solicitors

Victoria Waters, Michael Johnson, both BNP Paribas Personal Finance UK; Anna Jackson, BMet

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
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Date:Jan 18, 2018
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