Supporting success – Commando Joe’s joins Corporate Partnership Programme
A sample of one of the student missions
Commando Joe’s is the latest business to join Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School (BVGS) Corporate Partnership, following a successful start to the year.
Working alongside primary and high schools, Commando Joe’s supports young people, helping them realise their true potential through important character education.
Designed to improve attitudes and encourage personal development, the team of elite instructors collaborate with leaders and teachers, designing bespoke programmes that teach pupils important life skills.
With results published internationally, this commitment to student development has allowed Commando Joe’s to build a strong reputation, tailoring courses to meet the unique requirements of each group or individual.
As an official member of the Corporate Partnership, Commando Joe’s will have the opportunity to network with fellow partners, building strong working relationships at some of the initiative’s future events.
Michael Hamilton, Managing Director at Commando Joe’s, said: “Considering we’re in the business of supporting schools and their students, the opportunity to join the Corporate Partnership was one we couldn’t turn down.
“We’re keen to network with local businesses and share our expertise with others, hopefully building some lasting working relationships in the process.
“It’s no secret that the partnership has enjoyed plenty of growth in recent times, and we’re looking forward to contributing to that success moving forward.”
Brian Davies, Development Director, commented: “It’s been a very successful start to the year for the partnership, as we’ve secured a number of new members.
“While it’s important to continue adding partners, we have reached a point where we only want to attract committed businesses who will add significant value to the initiative.
“Commando Joe’s has built a strong reputation for helping young people and I’m positive they will have a significant impact on the Corporate Partnership, supporting other businesses and the school itself.”