Directing an organisation that is shaping the way for education provision and employment support across the nation, the CEO of Qube Learning, Joe Crossley, has been labelled the Most Influential CEO by popular title CEO Monthly.
Daniel Allen, from Wakefield, was embracing a career in the auto industry as an Apprentice when suddenly he was made redundant. As Covid swept the globe many individuals saw their lives hugely impacted and Daniel’s life like many others did not go untouched by the disaster.
Jennifer Blatherwick from Melton Mowbray knew that the care industry was the right path for her and wanted to pursue a career in helping those who suffer with mental health problems and learning difficulties.
Ellie Walker, from Sheerness, had always wanted to be a Children’s Nurse as soon as it was explained to her as a child what that meant. Now, working at Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust as a Senior Nurse Practitioner, she is the longest standing member of staff after 18 years there, and has since completed a Higher Apprenticeship (Operations Department Manager) with L5 Diploma for Leaders and Managers Diploma.
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.
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