Our Partnerships

Our Partnerships

We work with a number of organisations in our community for our recruitment.  

Careers Transition Partnership  

The Career Transition Partnership (CTP) provides resettlement services for those leaving the Royal Navy, Army, Royal Air Force and Marines. To date, they have assisted over 235,000 Service leavers with the transition to civilian life. We work in partnership with CTP to offer Service leavers with a wide range of transferable skills the opportunities of employment. We regularly engage with people thorough CTP recruitment Fairs, Live Chat sessions and feature in their monthly newsletter.

You can find out more about the CTP by visiting https://www.ctp.org.uk/


Hertfordshire University

We are proud to partner with Hertfordshire University to offer apprentices programmes for young people to gain a Degree qualification in Mechanical Engineering. The four-year plan combines classroom training with hands-on experience. It will provide apprentices with the skills and knowledge to start a rewarding career as a Mechanical Fitter.

From the start of the programme, apprentices will work on projects to assist our Engineers with maintenance work in the Energy Centre plant. We provide ongoing coaching and development to help the learner grow into their role.

You can find out more about our Degree Apprenticeship by visiting https://www.londonenergyltd.com/careers-2/apprenticeship/


Working Chance

Working Chance is the UKs only charity helping women with convictions and young women care leavers into employment. They offer bespoke rehabilitation and employability support aimed at building confidence and aspiration, career coaching and in-work mentoring to help women thrive and succeed in work. They work with employers of all sizes across all sectors, finding jobs with real career prospects for thousands of women who would otherwise struggle in life and have a high chance of reoffending. Nationally, 58% of women will go on to reoffend within one year of release from prison. With Working Chance’s support, this number drops to below 4%. For the women Working Chance supports, a job is more than just an income – it means a future where they can flourish and contribute to society.

You can find out more about the Working Chance by visiting https://workingchance.org/