The current situation means that many business owners have found themselves in a position where they must save costs and as a result of this we have seen and indeed supported on many restructures and redundancies. Business owners will want to ensure that those...
On a wet and grey morning in early December I arrived at a church hall in rural Warwickshire for day one of a two day Mental Health First Aid training session. I was apprehensive as I drove into the car park, many thoughts swirling around my mind. What would the...
Many companies have had to furlough their staff through this difficult time, we understand how difficult this time is for everyone. But did you know that they are still able to do some training? Have you considered an apprenticeships to up-skill your staff? This...
In 2017 the changes to apprenticeships included an End Point Assessment for all apprentices. The purpose of the End Point Assessment (EPA) is to test that an apprentice is fully capable of doing their job before they receive their apprenticeship certificate. It also...
Employers who do not pay the apprenticeship levy can now access funding. From January 2020 employers who do not pay the apprenticeship levy (those employers with an annual payroll bill under £3 million) will be able to apply for funding through an online digital...
How you can help. Every 10th October we welcome World Mental Health Awareness Day. This year the theme of the day is suicide prevention. Within the UK last year there was 1 death in every 10,000 people. Within a large organisation this makes it likely that at...
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