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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Nov 14, 2019
The awards celebrate inspirational business leaders from across the region, promoting the best in business from across the North East. McLeish joined Learning Curve Group over 10 years ago, at a time when the business had just 40 members of staff and a turnover of £1m per year.
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Nov 11, 2019
At the 2018 North East England Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Dinner an auction was held to win the 150-year-old stone which had formerly been in place at the top of the Cathedral’s Central Tower before it was removed and replaced.
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Nov 10, 2019
We have announced a new partnership with gym chain Xercise4Less - offering 4 exceptional level 3 qualifications to develop the next generation of fitness professionals.
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Oct 15, 2019
The local MP had a tour of the head office which opened earlier this year and has recently seen an extension into a third building due to rapid growth.
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Oct 11, 2019
We are currently pursuing opportunities as a lead provider and are looking for delivery partners to work with us collaboratively to achieve ESF projects.
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Oct 02, 2019
Constant headlines on Brexit have been having an impact on businesses and they are creating unavoidable niggles at the back of people’s minds as they are faced with rise and fall of exchange rates, food shortage warnings and changing costs – however, there’s been no better time to invest in skills and development.
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Oct 02, 2019
The first Lumiere light festival took place in Durham in 2009. Originally planned as a one-off, with the support of Durham County Council and other sponsors, producers Artichoke have brought the event back to the North East every other year since then.
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Sep 02, 2019
The world of apprenticeships has seen dramatic changes in recent years - the impacts of which have been felt by employers, learners and training providers. Growth and development of apprenticeships is still a main priority for the government, providing a key element of the skills strategy. This growth is also important for employers, in order to make improvements to skills levels and productivity within their own organisations.