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Your message has been sent! Your email will only be seen by the event organizer. Your Name. Email Address. Enter the code as shown below:. Send message Please wait This financial technology organisation initiated sales boot camps to address a lack of structured sales training and to meet the needs of a global market. Boot camps are constantly adapted in line with product developments and shifting technology and they are delivering well-equipped staff ready to perform. Diversifying the business Construction and engineering employees Lincoln.
Following a review in of current and future workforce needs this pub retailer and brewer established an in-house Apprenticeship programme. The CEO pledged to train 10, apprentices and this was achieved in March This organisation is now involved with Trailblazer development in the hospitality sector. In order to stand out in a competitive market, this retail organisation created an e-learning platform with a highly-responsive gaming element which reacts to real life changes in the store.
Training is at the heart of the business and employees are offered the option of an Apprenticeship regardless of their eligibility for funding. The Criminal Justice Academy was established to train a large number of staff over a short space of time.
This non-profit organisation, working in partnership with the Humanitarian Academy for Development, established the Volunteer Leadership programme in order to empower and upskill its volunteers. Outcomes include increased funds raised by volunteers and there are plans to replicate the programme both in the UK and abroad. This organisation has used a blend of training techniques including individual training, learning and development plans, competency matrixes and peer-to-peer learning in order to develop its employees.
This organisation created the Step Forward programme in response to a perceived lack of development opportunities for staff at lower grades. The programme, which focuses on providing a coaching culture, has become embedded in the organisation and is oversubscribed.
Staff retention and promotion of attendees have also increased. This banking organisation is offering exceptional training and development opportunities for leaders whilst facing challenging circumstances including large-scale staff redundancies.
Over 7, leaders have been trained and have joined a day development challenge across the last two years and staff motivation and productivity is high. This micro-business, working in partnership with Aston University, has developed a placement year for gifted students. This method is allowing the company to compete with the biggest players for the brightest recruits in the IT industry. This non-profit organisation was established to provide real-life training in TV production for underrepresented groups. This non-profit organisation established an Aspiring Leaders Diploma to develop high performers across the British Hospitality industry.
fastlengforme.cf This is no mean feat in an industry renowned for its high staff turnover. Creating exceptional induction training Charities and not-for-profit employees London. A week tailored induction programme was developed resulting in business productivity quadrupling and lower levels of employee attrition.
This cyber security consultancy responded to a critical skills shortage by strategically using learning and development to create a talent pipeline via a cyber skills undergraduate programme. The programme has grown from 29 to 85 candidates over four years and has been extended to Singapore, Johannesburg and New York due to its overwhelming success.
This National Park Authority delivers a well-established Apprenticeship programme which contributes to employment prospects in the region.
This non-profit organisation developed a comprehensive programme of education and training of in-house and front-line staff, focusing on key priorities for monitoring the wellbeing of mothers and babies during pregnancy. The training has led to clinical staff becoming committed agents of change, and resulted in significant improvements in the safety of maternity care in the NHS. This pet care specialist retailer brought an animal medicine qualification in-house in order to meet the needs of its staff and improve pet welfare in the process.
Staff are now better trained and can dispense medicines previously supplied by veterinary clinics. This is an example of a recruitment consultancy demonstrating the link between an authentic training culture and business success. Investing in experiential learning Banking, insurance and finance employees Basingstoke.
This life insurance broker created an innovative on-boarding programme in order to address its high staff turnover figures following a period of rapid growth. The business devised an experiential week programme to replace its previous day workshop approach.
Staff turnover has reduced to 7. This radio station and social enterprise created the Sounds of Young London scheme to provide media training opportunities to disadvantaged young people. The non-academic, practical programme has achieved impressive transition rates into employment and commercial interest in the scheme has meant that the radio station has started to make a profit which is put back into the programme. This is an example of a retail organisation creating a high-impact, accredited training programme for managers in order to address high levels of employee dissatisfaction.
The RAF has always placed great emphasis on physical fitness but with less consideration given to mental resilience. Senior Leadership committed to developing resilience and coping strategies as part of their Eagles Scheme with an equal focus on Physical, Mental, Spiritual and Social elements. Feedback indicates positive behavioural changes in dealing with service stress. A good example of a bank implementing a customer-service programme from the top down in a bid to create a shared ethos and language across the business and improve levels of customer service.
The organisation is wholly inclusive welcoming people from all age groups, genders and disabilities and supporting disadvantaged people who may otherwise be marginalised. This family-owned opticians places value in Apprenticeships as a way of improving capability and increasing retention in a sector renowned for its high levels of staff turnover. Apprenticeships are seen as a significant contributor to the ongoing success and growth of the business.
Turning centres into viable businesses Charities and not-for-profit employees London. The programme, which uses context-sensitive learning resources, avatars and apps, is transitioning the role and competencies of Centre Leaders contributing to the viability and survival of the Community Centre network. This independently owned hosting provider developed an in-house Apprenticeship scheme to ensure that its employees could meet its business needs in a constantly evolving marketplace.
The organisation has recently got the go ahead to build a digital high school to further improve digital literacy in the region.
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This UK manufacturer and logistics provider created a Line Manager Accreditation programme to ensure that all employees embody the Unipart way of working. Company turnover is low and the company is committed to growing and developing its own talent.
This manufacturing organisation devised an in-house Apprenticeship programme in order to meet the evolving technology market and to establish a strategic development plan for the business. See all the pictures from the event at St. Browse the gallery Standard Achievers The successful organisations were different sizes and from various sectors. They demonstrated that training and skills development can make a significant impact on business success.
Apprenticeship in Hospitality Scotland Upskilling the next generation Hospitality employees Edinburgh.