I am the CEO of an End Point Assessment Organisation, Prepare to Achieve Limited. We work exclusively in the Health and Social Care sector as this is a sector I am passionate about. I have spent 35 years working in the sector and believe that we should provide the very best care to those that are vulnerable in society. I also believe we should provide the highest quality training and support to those who work in the Health and Social Care sector.
Graduate start-ups & social enterprises contributed over £822 million to UK economy in 2018
In 2018 nearly 14,000 student start-ups and social enterprises generated £821 million in turnover, more than both BooHoo Group (£603m) and HelloFresh (£801m)
Graduates from the Royal College of Arts founded more start-ups (251) than any other University, including University of Oxford (34) and University of Cambridge (11)
4% of undergraduates help fund their studies by running their own business, earning an average of £253 per month
Graduate businesses and social enterprises generated over £822 million worth of turnover in 2018, according to new analysis of data provided by Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA)1.
Study reveals the skills graduates need to succeed in an increasingly automated workforce.
With automation increasingly impacting the UK workforce, a new study has revealed the top skills graduates need to future-proof themselves, with relationship building, having a positive and professional attitude and communication skills being the most commonly desired by employers.
Prepare to Achieve, a specialist End-Point Assessment Organisation working in the health and social care sector has announced that Contact the Elderly will be their nominated Charity Of The Year for 2019. The announcement is a testament to Prepare to Achieve and in turn, the Progress to Excellence Group’s values, which focus strongly around giving back to the communities in which they operate.