Apprenticeship training charity benefits from employment law partnership

Excello Law employment lawyer Karen Coleman has sealed a partnership agreement with PM Training, Staffordshire’s leading supplier of apprenticeships helping 250 people a year to gain skills and employment opportunities.

The agreement will allow companies who take on apprentices via PM Training to take advantage of special fixed rate employment law packages.  In addition, the Realise Foundation, a charity helping young people in North Staffordshire, will benefit as 10 per cent of fees generated will go to support them.

“This service will give great benefits to all involved,” said Karen. “The companies benefit from the regular availability of a specialist employment service, the Realise Foundation, which is part of the Aspire group along with PM Training benefits via Gift Aid from fees and it provides a fantastic opportunity for me to work with companies in North Staffordshire.”

Karen recently joined new model national law firm Excello Law after a long stint as Head of Employment Law at Burslem based Myers and Co. She advises a national client base from large corporates to owner-managed businesses on all aspects of employment law.

The agreement with PM Training offers packages designed to give tailored employment law advice to companies employing apprentices through their services.