The Latest news from Learning Curve Group

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

Learning Curve Group Celebrate Nominations for the Apprenticeship Awards 2021

National training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG) announced as a finalist for Employer of the Year at the Regional Apprenticeship Awards for the North East. The business is also celebrating one of their own apprentices, Kayleigh Park, being shortlisted for Apprentice of the Year in the North East.

As a training provider, apprentices are in the LCG's DNA. The business's clear vision in everything they do is to transform lives through learning. The award winning training provider impacts over 200,000 learners a year and their own apprentices are no different.

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Levy Transfer - What it could mean for your business
Oct 05, 2021
Transferring levy funds to organisations who want to use it, not only benefits an individual's training and development but it can also cement strategic partnerships between businesses. This promotes good relationships amongst organisations which may open up business opportunities.
Successful Evening at the BAME Apprenticeship Awards

Learning Curve Group celebrate a night of success at the BAME Apprenticeship Awards for their dedication to inclusion, equality and diversity.

Finalists of The BAME Apprenticeship Awards 2021 gathered in anticipation last night as the winners were announced. Learning Curve Group (LCG), one of the country’s largest training providers were delighted to bring home the gong for Training Provider of the Year at the awards which aim to showcase the outstanding work and achievement of apprentices from black and minority ethnic communities (BAME) and inspires BAME apprentices to reach their full poten...

Learning Curve Group Celebrate Continued Growth
Sep 13, 2021

Award winning training provider, Learning Curve Group, hosted their largest staff event to date this week as they brought together 550+ employees at St James’ Park in Newcastle Upon Tyne. The national company, which has its head office based in County Durham, has grown in recent years to expand their staff numbers across the whole country. The two day conference saw their ‘Purple People’ get involved in a range of lively and impactful development workshops to learn about all business areas and how they can provide the best experience for their learners. It is a chance for their employees from ...

Learning Curve Group Open the Doors of their New Business Academy in the Heart of Darlington

National training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), gave local employers their first look at the brand new Business Academy in Darlington this week, as it was officially opened by Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen.

The new academy aims to close the business and digital skills gaps that many employers across the region have experienced, by giving learners the skills, qualifications and digital awareness to succeed in the modern-day workplace.

Over 70 local business owners and employers came to LCG’s open event which was held at The Old Exchange, Barnard Street, Darlington. Employers were able...

Learning Curve Group Launch the Third Cohort of their Purple People Academy giving young People the Opportunity to start a new Career.
Aug 17, 2021

National training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), opened applications for the third cohort of their Purple People Academy last week. LCG are recruiting 20 apprentices to join the team at their head office in Spennymoor, County Durham and their academies across the country. The Purple People Academy is open to young people who may have just left school or college this summer and are looking to take the first step to employment or people who are looking for a career change. LCG will be recruiting for apprenticeship programmes in Business Administration, Digital Marketing, Customer Service ...

LCG Support Local Driver in this Years Mini Challenge Trophy!"
Aug 10, 2021

North East based training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), are supporting local racing driver, Dominic Wheatley, in this year's Mini Challenge Trophy. Over the years the MINI Challenge has built a reputation for affordability, fairness and fun, and benefits from being the only Championship to enjoy the support of MINI UK.

Dominic Wheatley, driving for Performance Tek Racing, is currently second in the Championship Standings for the Mini Challenge Trophy and has hopes to finish top at the end of the season. LCG were keen to offer their support through sponsorship of the local racing drive...

LCG Add to their list as they are Announced as Finalists for the North East
Aug 05, 2021

County Durham based training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), are announced as finalists for the Durham, Sunderland and South Tyneside Company of the Year at the North East Business Awards 2021. LCG have been shortlisted for several awards this year and are delighted to add another to their list. The awards, which take place on the 23rd of September at Hardwick Hall Hotel, celebrate the achievement and highlight successful and innovative businesses that are doing amazing things to represent the North East.

LCG are national training and education specialists, supporting learners, employers...