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New Funding Guidance for the Adult Skills Fund

Learn about the new funding rules that accompany the Adult Skills Fund as it replaces the Adult Education Budget


Why Autism Acceptance Week Matters at LCG

This week we've been celebrating Autism Acceptance Week. Established by the National Autistic Society, this week is an opportunity to do more than simply raise awareness around autism: it is a chance to change attitudes and break down misconceptions so autistic people can be their authentic selves no matter the environment they find themselves in.


Common Communication Problems in the Workplace

And how to overcome them


Learning Curve Group Partner with Gough and Kelly to Support More Women into the Security industry

Learning Curve Group have partnered with Gough and Kelly to offer free Security training to women in Leeds with the aim of challenging stereotypes in the sector


Learning Curve Group Welcomes Young People from Sunderland School for Careers Day

Children from Monkwearmouth Secondary School in Sunderland visit Learning Curve Group for the day, with My Big Career, to learn about potential pathways and opportunities for when they leave school.


The Rise in Popularity of Men’s Mental Health Courses

We've witnessed a surge in enrolments onto men's mental health courses amid rising concerns and alarming statistics. Equip your college with the learning resources you need to meet this growing demand.


Adult Art and Craft Course Brings Teesside Community Together

On Tuesday, we were delighted to attend the Tees Valley Women’s Centre, located in Southbank, Middlesbrough, to celebrate the achievements of local women who recently graduated their craft course with us!


A partnership that KLIKed: Learning Curve Group adopt new ‘revolution’ for skills

Learning Curve Group, a national training and education provider, have adopted an innovative new platform, designed to forge perfect business partnerships.


Establishing a Neurodivergent-Friendly Workplace

Creating a supportive environment for neurodivergent employees can be a challenge, but with the right strategies, it can be very beneficial for your business.