BCTGBreast Cancer Trials Group (Australia)
BCTGBlack Country Training Group (UK)
BCTGBlue Coyote Theater Group (New York, NY)
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(From left) Kevin Davis, Ladder for Birmingham; Thomas Wooldridge, Co-Eng; Anna Jeys, Birmingham Live; Isa Mutlib, Birmingham and Solihull Training Provider Network and Steve Burnet, BCTG and Fraser Ingham (Skillsfirst)
The duo attended a board meeting on Tuesday and have agreed to make funds available through their Black Country Training Group business (BCTG) to clear up uncertainty over the club's immediate future.
BCTG, formerly Black Country Training Group, has been accredited to provide loans to students aged 24 and over who, under the new system, have to pay for qualifications including A-levels and NVQ level three or above from August.
"He made a decision at the start of the season to take a step back from speedway because the BCTG business in Oldbury is so busy but he has underlined his commitment to me for the rest of the season.
Jo Robb, from BCTG, based in Oldbury, said the company had donated the gifts after asking Acorns staff to send them a Christmas toy wish list.
A team from Black Country Training Group (BCTG) delivered toys worth PS500 to children and staff at the hospice in Walstead Road, Walsall.
Inspectors found BCTG's strengths were its success rate, development of workplace skills, responsiveness to employers' needs and a development of the subcontractor network.
Oldbury-based employment and training business BCTG - Black Country Training Group Ltd - have been confirmed as the successors to Tony Mole, who has sold up after five years at Perry Barr.
The events have been organised by BCTG (Black Country Training Group) based in Taylors Lane, Oldbury, in conjunction with the Learning and Skills Council, on behalf of Birmingham Network of Providers, Birmingham Connexions, the Learning and Skills Council, Solihull Connexions and Aim Higher.
BCTG, based in Taylors Lane, Oldbury, and the Black Country Learning and Skills Council, organised the showcases.
Young people from 13 training organisations in Walsall, Sandwell, Dudley and Wolverhampton, gave up their time to support the event, organised by Black Country Training Group (BCTG).