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KEY TRAINING has been shortlisted as a NATIONAL FINALIST in the award for: BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATION APPRENTICESHIP PROVIDER OF THE YEAR.   ‘A great honour’ said Jim Clarke, CEO Key Training, ‘especially as this category includes the successful delivery of...
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2019 Apprenticeship Awards

Over the last few weeks organisations across the Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership have been nominating colleagues for the 2019 Apprenticeship Awards.  The event takes place during the National Apprenticeship Week to celebrate the success of apprentices and to...
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AELP appoints its first Devolution Director

The Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) has made a senior and very experienced staff appointment in response to fast moving developments in the devolution of skills budgets in England. As AELP’s new Devolution Policy and Implementation Director, Harminder...
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Apprentice and Employer Feedback from Ofsted

81% of our Apprentices would recommend Key Training to a friend. January 2019. 83% of our Employers would recommend Key Training to other Employers. January 2019.
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Best Companies 2019

Key Training does it again and is accredited as a Best Company to Work For 2019 for the 10th consecutive year. Best Companies Message    
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Less than 2% of businesses are fully confident that their employees are well placed to take advantage of the rising use of new technology, says The 5% Club in a survey of its employer-members. However, 78% of businesses surveyed strongly believe that earn and learn training...
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Skillsfirst Assess carry out their first EPA’s

Skillsfirst Assess have now completed their first end-point assessments (EPA) on the Customer Service Practitioner Apprenticeship Standard. We would like to congratulate Key Training apprentices Emily Rose Buckthorpe and Callum Allen on their fantastic achievement. Both...
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Apprenticeships key to creating social mobility & economic growth

Improving social mobility and better education and training are two key ways to address the UK’s productivity gap, says a new report from The 5% Club, published today (Thursday 13 September). In its report, the training and skills campaign group sets out a series of...
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