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The Crucial Role of Work-Based Learning Intermediaries in Talent Development

Work-based learning intermediaries, sometimes also called work-based learning consulting firms, play a pivotal role in bridging the gap between schools and employers in communities. These intermediaries have a multifaceted role that includes facilitating communication, identifying participating employers, and supporting students throughout their journey.

Talent Development for Employers through Work-Based Learning Consulting

Work-based learning intermediaries, like those at GPS Education Partners, work closely with employers and other stakeholders to create a mutually beneficial and successful program. Our focus is on the needs and experiences of business, education, and community partners to create custom talent solutions that drive success.

Work-based learning consulting helps sustain communities by connecting manufacturing businesses with diligent apprentices. Our Partner Service Experts listen to the needs of our business partners to understand their requirements and ultimately help provide a plan of action to create a talent development service offering that benefits both the employer and the student.

GPS Education Partners: Your Work-Based Learning Consulting Partner

As a leading work-based learning intermediary, GPS Education Partners assists businesses and schools at every step to ensure program success. Our four-step process includes the design, build, evaluation, and execution of the program, setting up both the business and student for success.

Closing the Skills Gap with Work-Based Learning Consulting

At GPS Education Partners, our primary focus is providing a unique connection between businesses, schools, and community partners. This connection, facilitated by our work-based learning consulting services, provides high school students with an opportunity to pursue careers and helps close the skills gap for students entering full-time employment.

We connect students to real careers by exposing them to technical careers, helping them develop both hard and soft skills in the workplace. Work-based learning intermediaries aim to close the current skills gap by introducing students to career exploration and development before they graduate high school. The collaboration of business, school, and community partners is crucial to making this a successful transition.

If you are looking for a custom work-based learning program fit for your business or school, we can help. Contact us and become a partner.

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