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Carter & Carter

Carter & Carter has sold its apprenticeship learning division out of administration to the Retail Motor Industry Federation, securing the future of 30 jobs.

Carter & Carter has sold most of its training operations out of administration to Newcastle College Group, securing the future of about 1,500 jobs.

Carter & Carter has acquired Blackwater House, the Northern Ireland-based vocational training firm, from Component Distributors, for £1m.

Carter & Carter has acquired Constant Browning Edmonds, the Peterborough-based training company with 145 staff, for £16m, as well as Nottingham Engineering Training Association, which has 13 staff.

Carter & Carter is to acquire Quantica Training, the London-based vocational training company with 125 staff, for £12m, as well as NTP, the Sheffield-based company with 220 staff, for £7.9m and IMS, the Bradford-based company with 30 staff, for £3.5m.

Carter & Carter is seeking permission to set up a 90,000 sq ft motor industry training centre in Derby for DaimlerChrysler by August 2007, with the creation of up to 100 jobs.

Carter & Carter has acquired Remit, the motor industry training company, from the Retail Motor Industry Federation for £25m, in order to expand its government-funded apprenticeship programmes for automotive technicians.

Carter & Carter has acquired Fern Group, the nationwide training company with more than 300 staff, for £14m.

Carter & Carter, the car industry training company, is to relocate its headquarters and up to 50 jobs from Peterborough to its recently-acquired EMTEC site in Ruddington, Notts.

Carter & Carter is looking to expand its adult vocational training business by spending up to £20m on acquisitions.

Carter & Carter is to acquire Assa Training & Learning, the vocational skills training company, for £24m.

Carter & Carter is planning to acquire the AA's technical services operation for undisclosed terms, including 100 staff and a motor industry training facility in Leicestershire.