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 Continued Growth
Sep 13, 2021
At the Staff Conference, CEO Brenda McLeish announced some exciting news to their employees as the company plans to increase its staff numbers to over 1,500 by 2025, creating almost 1,000 new jobs across the country. They also will be opening a new skills based academy every year across different regional areas to reach more learners and transform more lives.
Learning Curve Group Open the Doors of their New Business Academy in the Heart of Darlington
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.
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
As one of the region's largest employers, the training provider recognises their responsibility to give opportunities to young people in the local area. LCG have always had a ‘practice what you preach’ approach as a training provider and whilst they transform the lives of over one million people across the country, their employees are no different.
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.
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 Support First Learners to Achieve their First Level 3 Qualification through the National Skills Fund

Learning Curve Group (LCG) have successfully guided their first cohort of learners through the new level 3 health and social care qualifications funded by the Government’s National Skills Fund. LCG have secured funding from the Government to deliver five level 3 health and social care courses to learners which are, Dementia Care, End of Life Care, Understanding Autism, Understanding Mental Health and Care and Management of Diabetes. LCG have been overwhelmed with demand for people wanting to study their level 3 courses and have already had over 3,500 learners sign up to a level 3 health and so...

LCG to Open New Business Academy in Darlington to Train the Workforce of the Future and Create Jobs
Jul 21, 2021

National training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), are set to open the doors to their brand new Business Academy in Darlington. The academy will focus on giving learners the knowledge, skills, qualifications and digital awareness to succeed in the modern-day workplace. The new academy will aim to close the business and digital skills gaps that many employers across the region have experienced.

LCG’s Business Academy, which opens to learners in September, will deliver a range of courses across the digital and technical sector including Digital Marketing, Accounting, Business Administratio...

Facebook Followers Control the Fate of LCG Staff as they Celebrate the Euros Final

Just like most people across the country, the dedicated staff at Learning Curve Group (LCG) are full of celebrations after England get through to their first ever Euros Final. The national training provider based in Spennymoor, County Durham, took the decision to give their employees a late start of 10am on Monday after the final. However, they didn’t want to stop there!

All staff at LCG have worked extremely hard throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, so CEO of LCG, Brenda McLeish, decided to take to Facebook and ask their followers if they think that the ‘Purple People’ of LCG deserve ...