It’s 30 up for busy Intec

Intec'Pictured in the foreground is John Herman ( MD )
Intec'Pictured in the foreground is John Herman ( MD )

INTEC Business Colleges in Rugby is celebrating 30 years of success.

Intec was first established in Rugby in 1982 in response to a Government White Paper - The New Training Initiative. It was designed to provide courses for school leavers entering the world of work.

Intec’s first intake was in August 1982 and the aim was to find suitable employment locally for the 24 students who started on the course.

Over the years Intec has developed and expanded its services and now delivers apprenticeship programmes throughout the country from its base in Pennington Court, Rugby. It employs 88 staff and looks after 2,500 apprentices.

John Herman, Intec’s founder and chief executive, said: “To have been going for 30 years is very pleasing and shows a great deal of commitment from all the staff. We also have a lot of loyal customers some of which have been with us since the beginning.

“The work we do is very satisfying.

“We are helping young people to gain qualifications which in turn help people to gain promotion at work and develop their careers.”