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Dedicated Apprentice continues learning through the pandemic, while caring for three teenagers and disabled husband

Lynn Sheils, from Sunderland, signed up to start her Operations Departmental Manager Apprenticeship Level 5 programme at OCS Group UK with @QubeLearning, a leading national Recruitment and Training Solutions Provider, two months into the global pandemic, unaware of the inconceivable changes that were soon to affect the planet and its occupants.

The opening of Bolton’s pioneering training source is set to influence employment rates further

Leading national Recruitment and Training Solutions Provider, Qube Learning (@QubeLearning), are eagerly awaiting this month when their innovative Kick Start Centre will open its doors, to welcome those looking for training and employment, in the city. Situated on Knowsley Street, the centre aims to make it easier for the people to access further education services and is open to anyone looking for training to help gain employment, or to train in new skills to aid progression, within their existing job role.

The perception of autism is outdated; a large percentage of people with autism can study, work and live independently

Diagnosed with #autism at eight years old, Harry Goldfinch, from Ramsgate, has been surrounded by disabilities his whole life. Like him, his sister has autism and lives a normal life, despite assumptions that she may need care, due it’s debilitating qualities.

Autistic Apprentice overcomes years of anxiety and sleep deprived nights as a teenager, to reap professional success

Bradley Spencer Farthing-Kiff, from Bury St Edmunds, spent four years at West Suffolk College, enrolled on various courses, wondering what he would do once he finished, but couldn’t forecast a clear future where he would feel confident in a professional field. For three years alongside his studies, Bradley worked part-time in the retail industry for two household names and continued to do so a year after finishing education. During this time, he recognised a strong desire to try something else.

Confronting the digital skills gap will see increased employability rates and staff retainment, from Generation Boomer to Generation Alpha

Adrian Grove, @QubeLearning, firmly believes that addressing the digital skills gap in many workforces will see an increase in Employers hiring people with the desired skills and upskilling current staff to advance with the business, not to leave or be replaced:

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