Apprenticeships

Learning Curve Group partner with Breakthrough to provide reformed prisoners with essential skills to get back into work
Mar 23, 2022
National training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), have joined forces with recruitment and leadership development organisation, Breakthrough, who work with hard-to-reach individuals to support them into employment. The partnership will provide extensive, expert training to ex-offenders and match them with innovative employers, enabling businesses to diversify their workforce and tap into unique, inspiring talent through fully-supported apprenticeships.
Minister for apprenticeships and skills visits Learning Curve Group head office during National Apprenticeship week
Learning Curve Group welcomes Alex Burghart MP, the Department for Education’s Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills to their Head Office on Friday 11th February as part of their National Apprenticeship Week Celebrations. They discussed the current further education landscape, how Independent Training Providers are essential in tackling long-term skills challenges and their contribution to the development of apprenticeships.
LCG Celebrate Purple People Academy Graduation
Feb 08, 2022
National training provider, Learning Curve Group (LCG), celebrated the graduation of their Purple People Academy on the first day of National Apprenticeship Week. LCG invited their apprenticeship graduates to Hardwick Hall Hotel for a special afternoon tea and graduation ceremony with CEO, Brenda McLeish OBE.
Learning Curve Group Celebrate Nominations for the Apprenticeship Awards 2021
As a training provider, apprentices are in the LCG's DNA. The business's clear vision in everything they do is to transform lives through learning. The award winning training provider impacts over 200,000 learners a year and their own apprentices are no different.
Levy Transfer - What it could mean for your business
Oct 05, 2021
Transferring levy funds to organisations who want to use it, not only benefits an individual's training and development but it can also cement strategic partnerships between businesses. This promotes good relationships amongst organisations which may open up business opportunities.
Successful Evening at the BAME Apprenticeship Awards
Finalists of The BAME Apprenticeship Awards 2021 gathered in anticipation last night as the winners were announced. Learning Curve Group (LCG), one of the country’s largest training providers were delighted to bring home the gong for Training Provider of the Year at the awards which aim to showcase the outstanding work and achievement of apprentices from black and minority ethnic communities (BAME) and inspires BAME apprentices to reach their full potential.
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...

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 ...