The Latest news from Learning Curve Group

Below is a range of stories that will keep you up to date about our latest activities

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Sep 21, 2020
Today we have completed the acquisition of Acorn Training Consultants Ltd (Acorn) from Babington, solidifying their position as one of the UK’s largest training providers.
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Sep 15, 2020
Learning Curve Group, one of the UK’s largest and most diverse training providers, has announced that former QA CEO, William Macpherson, is to become Chair with immediate effect.
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Sep 08, 2020
Our apprenticeship programmes have had a bit of a re-vamp to support businesses recover from Coronavirus. As restrictions on social interactions are set to be in place for an unknown period of time, face-to-face learning has been halted, and learning has found a new home online
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Aug 27, 2020
Many still see apprentices as school leavers who are just beginning to embark on their career journey, but this isn’t always the case. They’re also not just for new staff; existing staff can enrol onto an apprenticeship programme, which is great for business that have identified skills gaps.
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Aug 27, 2020
Tees Valley Mayor, Ben Houchen, called on Learning Curve Group’s Construction Academy in Middlesbrough as they begin to welcome learners back into practical classes.
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Aug 05, 2020
Redundancies are never easy decisions for business to make, but sometimes they can be the difference between a business surviving or not.
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Jul 23, 2020
There really is no better time to make sure the skills in your business work for your business and with over 40 fully funded qualifications to choose from there is support available for all sectors. #SummerofSkills
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Jul 08, 2020
In Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s summer statement, he outlined the government’s new campaign, a ‘plan for jobs’. The announcement on July 8, dubbed a ‘mini budget’, included a range of new schemes which aim to support employers and individuals recover from the Coronavirus pandemic and get the economy back up and running. His statement included a range of incentives to support people into employment, as well as supporting employers with narrowing skills gaps within their organisation by employing apprentices and trainees.