The Latest news from Learning Curve Group

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

Apprenticeships at no cost for the Midlands
Apr 02, 2020
SMEs in the Midlands are eligible for apprenticeships at no cost! Find out if your business qualifies.
Apprenticeships are for all
Apr 01, 2020
Long gone are the days where Apprenticeships were the only training option for young people to land their first job within the trades industries. We take a look how apprenticeships are now for everyone.
Learning Curve Group Charity Foundation responds to Covid-19 by donating to emergency fund
Mar 23, 2020
People are at the centre of everything we do, so we’ve made an important decision to change the pillars upon which our fund was established with the aim of supporting those who are in need of funds more than ever.
Kieron and his Apprenticeship Experience
Mar 15, 2020
The best thing about my apprenticeship is being able to work in a supporting environment - if I ever have any queries or need help doing my work there is always somebody available to support me.
Learning Curve Group prepare for significant growth
Mar 13, 2020
We are delighted to announce that funds advised by Agilitas Private Equity (“Agilitas”) will be backing LCG’s management and support the business with its significant growth plans going forward.
London Hairdressing Apprenticeship Academy acquired by Learning Curve Group
Mar 10, 2020
Learning Curve Group (LCG) are delighted to announce the acquisition of London based hair and beauty training provider the London Hairdressing Apprenticeship Academy (LHAA) and their subsidiary, London Beauty Training Academy (LBTA).
County Durham Power Women Descend on Number 10
Mar 05, 2020
Bishop Auckland MP, Dehenna Davison, and Learning Curve Group CEO, Brenda McLeish, were invited to Number 10 today to represent the County Durham, Sunday Times Top 100 company to work for and celebrate the wonderful women of the United Kingdom.
Guide to Supporting Smaller Employers With Apprenticeships
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.