Kickstart Scheme Trainees Growth & Development
Halal Incorp is a global consultancy which has delivered project around the UK, Europe & the Middle East. Extensive experience managing projects and delivering client requirements has meant the company moving towards building a brand and legacy.
Currently one of the flagship projects Halal Incorp has been involved in is the UK Gov Kickstart Scheme. Working with the UK Gov has been a great experience. Halal Incorp is a National Gateway which can submit applications on behalf of companies through England, Scotland and Wales. Halal Incorp has worked with dozens of companies helping them secure funding from the UK government to employ young trainees to work in various jobs across a variety of industries.
Halal incorp as well as being a Gateway is also an employer on the £2Billion UK Gov Kickstart Scheme. Halal Incorp has been developing trainees to build their skills, enhance knowledge, develop employability skills and become world class calibre professionals.
Meet Kickstart Scheme Trainees Ellen & Kasim Working For Halal Incorp
Ellen Findley, Kickstart Trainee
“Starting in the position at Halal Incorp as Project Assistant via the Kickstart Scheme has evolved my communication skills and ability to work as a team. I have learnt about marketing skills, such as the funnel theory and professional ways to approach businesses about great new opportunities!”
Mohammed Kasim Ashraf, Kickstart Trainee
“I have been looking for work for 6 years and to all the positions that I have applied and been to interviews things didn’t work out. However recently while at the Job Centre looking for jobs with my job coach they told me that the owner of the business is here ill see if they are free and so I met a representative of Halal Incorp and while having a conversation with him, he told me that the position is a Kickstarter role and that he would be training me and giving me experience while on the job. I am now really happy I am working and developing my skills , confidence and self-esteem.”