""ECC worked with us recently to provide career coaching for individuals in transition. Feedback from our participants included: • The career development sessions achieved everything I’d hoped • Very worthwhile – put a positive slant on future. • Very useful in getting me to think. • Has focused my thinking positively about future job searches." We have worked with the team at ECC for the last three years on a number of projects. The speed at which they understand what is required and the quality of the work produced means that they are at the top of the list when we need external support.""
David Ashley, Head of Learning and Development, Waterstone’s
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