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Secretary Of State for Wales Revisits His Old Training Barracks to Experience Today’s Training for Future Soldiers

Today, Welsh Secretary, David TC Davies, has visited the MPCT Newport Academy to gain an insight into the alternative educational opportunities for adults and young people in Wales.


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Leading learning provider group partners with digital content provider to tackle major issue in the education sector.

A partnership has been forged between Learning Curve Group (LCG) and LearnBox which will help tackle a major issue faced by the further education sector and the wider economy for the teaching and uptake of functional skills.


From Addiction To Empowerment: Former Learner Co-Develops Addiction Recovery Qualification With National Training Provider

Steve Downie, a man from Chorley who has made a full recovery from alcohol-dependency, has supported Learning Curve Group (LCG) to develop a Level 2 online course on addiction recovery which launched last week.


Embracing Diversity: Learning Curve Group Adopts The Halo Code

In an exciting move towards a more inclusive and equal world, we are delighted to announce the adoption of The Halo Code, the UK's first Black hair code. This decision highlights our commitment to eradicating discrimination and embracing the diverse identities of our employees.


Eight Women From The Tees Valley Women's Centre Secure A Position At Teesside University After Graduating Their Access To HE Course

Eight women from Tees Valley Women's Centre (TVWC), a community hub dedicated to empowering vulnerable women, celebrated graduating from their Access to Higher Education course delivered at the centre. All eight women have secured a place at Teesside University as a result of their training.


Menopause In The Workplace And How To Support It As An Employer

For far too long, the impact of menopause on individuals and on businesses has been ignored due to a lack of knowledge. Momentum is now growing to put this right.


Developing Your Employer Brand And Why It's So Important


Female Learners From The Middlesbrough Construction Academy Build Wall For Tees Valley Women's Centre To Create A Private Space And Eco Shop For Vulnerable Adults