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Business Northumberland supports training initiative to benefit local vulnerable people

Tutella Training, a training company providing specialist training to those involved in the support, advice and guidance of others is off to a flying start having benefited from support from the Business Northumberland, business advice service.

Business Northumberland is a free service that provides business advice and support to anyone thinking about starting a business in Northumberland and also offers business coaching to existing businesses with growth ambitions.

Business Northumberland is jointly funded by Arch, The Northumberland Development Company, Northumberland County Council and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Tutella Training’s directors, Steve Strong and Cheryl Davidson having previously worked in the sector. Steve has worked in the industry for over 28 years in both the Health & Social Care and Adult Education Sectors.

Cheryl has worked in both the health and social care and adult education sectors, having been involved in the direct delivery of social care services to people with learning disabilities, mental health issues as well as services to the elderly, including those with dementia.

Commenting on the service received from Business Northumberland, Steve said: “We absolutely couldn’t have done without the support of Paul Brown at Business Northumberland over this first year in business, he has pointed us in the direction of so many contacts, and the business advice has been invaluable.”

Tutella training based in Cramlington, provide consistent specialist training to the Health and Social Care sector, delivering measurable outcomes for learners, employers and service users.

The company also provides bespoke programmes for clients and support in accessing funding.

Within the first year the corporate client list is growing at an impressive pace with companies using the skills of Tutella to benefit their own businesses.

Working around the northeast with plans to spread further afield, already the enviable client list includes companies such as Tomorrow’s People, Places for People, Crisis and Abbeyfield.

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