Government could get much more bang for its buck from its existing investment in apprenticeships, say training providers
At its annual conference in London today, leaders of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) will reinforce their proposals to expand the apprenticeship programme which includes simplification of the current contracting system that is currently one of the biggest barriers to the programme’s growth
A training body that campaigned for the government to back down on the childcare apprenticeship entry requirements, is “pleased” new framework measures will be put in place.
Protyre, the retail arm of Micheldever Tyre Services Ltd, is expanding its new scheme following the early success of a trial intake.
UK school leavers perform poorly against their European peers and twice the proportion lack functional skills, which is...
Connecting talent with communications is key, Armin Hopp says
Modern and evolving testing solutions have a number of essential attributes, David Grinham says
LMS reports can go a long way towards providing the evidence the authorities need and can help organisations make substantial savings on legal fees. An effective LMS can support business as usual underpinned by a solid foundation of compliance, Christian Wachter says
By conducting reviews across all members of a team you will quickly be able to identify any problem areas and take the necessary steps to resolve them, Alice Withers says
Making learning and skills more fluid and accessible will ultimately benefit the company in terms of reduced recruitment costs, Armin Hopp says
Emotionally intelligent organisations put working relationships above technical ability, Eddie Kilkelly says
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Good management and great leadership will provide the direction necessary to help workers and the business succeed, William Buist says