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Learning Curve Group Ranked 14th In Best Companies Top 100 List, Making It One Of The Best Places To Work In The UK

Learning Curve Group (LCG) is today named as the 14th best company to work for in the UK, as Best Companies reveal their Top 100 list awarding them a 3-star, world-class accreditation. The ranking also sees LCG named the 2nd best Education and Training organisation in the UK to work for, the 2nd best organisation in the North East to work for, 2nd in Wales and 16th Large Company in London.


New Hair and Beauty Academies Set To Open In Centre Of Camden and Croydon To Train The Next Generation Of Stylists, Barbers and Beauticians

National training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), are expanding their successful Hair and Beauty training academies in the London region with two brand-new, state-of-the-art salons opening this February.


Learning Curve Group Support Their Local Community With Huge Christmas Donation To Durham Food Bank

National training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), make huge donations of over 500 items to food banks across the country this Christmas.


CEO of National Training Provider, Brenda McLeish OBE DL, Is Recognised For Her Outstanding Impact On Society As She Is Presented With Award At The EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards

Brenda McLeish OBE DL, CEO of national training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), was presented the Societal Impact award at the National EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards last week. The award recognises an individual’s outstanding contribution to society through positive impact based on their entrepreneurial spirit, purpose, growth, and impact.


Learning Curve Group and One Housing Prepare 150 Individuals Across Camden, Isle of Dogs, and Hounslow For New Careers Through Free Skillup For Employment Programme

A new programme which will provide over 150 residents with the relevant skills, experience and interviews they need to gain employment started in October. The Skillup for Employment programme, delivered by One Housing and Learning Curve Group, bridges the gap between residents who are unemployed and job vacancies with local businesses.


Learning Curve Group Awarded Best Purpose Driven Community At Investors In People Awards

National Training Provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), are delighted to have won the Best Purpose Driven People Community award at the 2022 Investors in People (IIP) Awards. The awards aim to showcase and share recognition of the very best employers and individuals who strive to make work better.


Double Success For CEO Of National Training Provider, Brenda McLeish OBE, As She Collects OBE From Prince William and Is Named Businesswoman Of The Year By Education Investor

Chief Executive Officer of Learning Curve Group, Brenda McLeish OBE, was presented with her OBE for her services to further education after being named as a recipient in the New Year Honours in 2022. She also bagged the Businesswoman of the Year Award at the 2022 Education Investor awards which were on the same evening.


Learning Curve Group Scoop Learning Provider Of The Year Award For The Second Year In A Row, For Their Dedication To Inclusion, Equality, and Diversity

Finalists of The Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards 2022 gathered in anticipation on Friday night as the winners for individual categories were announced. One of the UK’s largest training providers, Learning Curve Group (LCG), were delighted to bring home the Learning Provider of the Year award for the second year in a row. The awards aim to showcase the range of talent and hard work within multicultural communities across the UK and the contribution and support of employers and learning providers for making this possible.


Learning Curve Group Raise Over £15,000 At Annual Charity Ball

LCG’s annual ball is their biggest fundraiser of the year for the LCG Charity Foundation, in partnership with County Durham Community Foundation and saw Matt Bailey, BBC Newcastle’s new Breakfast Show host, take to the stage to take guests to the movies. LCG set up their Charity Foundation in 2019 and is built on 3 main pillars: increasing skills, decreasing unemployment, and alleviating poverty. Since the foundation began the training provider, headquartered in Durham, has raised over £80,000 to support organisations and individuals across the country.