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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Feb 25, 2020
It was announced in August 2018 that those smaller employers – who do not pay the apprenticeship levy would move to the new apprenticeship model. The journey began in January 2020 and employers can now manage some apprenticeships via the apprenticeship service.
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Feb 23, 2020
We are delighted to be placed in the Best Companies to Work for Top 100 list for the second year running. Our employee count has grown significantly since last year, and given that it’s the staff who submit feedback for this award, it is incredible that even with significant growth we continue to be an amazing place to work.
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Feb 23, 2020
The next course will run at Learning Curve Group Construction Academy on Skippers Lane industrial estate in Middlesbrough for five days per week over a five-week period and the next cohort starts 2 March 2020.
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Feb 17, 2020
I was already familiar with Learning Curve Group and since living close to the head office I thought it would be a good option for me.
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Feb 16, 2020
Providing training for their employees not only supports succession planning, but also assists with making their employees feel more motivated, committed to the company and supportive of the group’s objectives.
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Feb 11, 2020
Newcastle Building Society is the biggest building society in the North East and has joined forces with Learning Curve Group to showcase the efforts they have made to debunk the myths associated with apprenticeships and demonstrate the positive impact apprentices of any age can have on an organisation.
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Feb 06, 2020
Children’s Mental Health Week takes place on 3-9 February 2020 - Jayne Carlisle, tutor has produced some articles aimed at raising awareness of the impact of mental ill-health on development and life chances.
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Feb 03, 2020
County Durham based Learning Curve Group has been commissioned by Durham County Council to deliver training to staff working in a variety of service areas.