This week marks the 14th #NationalApprenticeshipWeek, with 2021’s theme being #BuildTheFuture. The event aims to showcase the impact that apprenticeships can have on communities, businesses, and economies, all of which will benefit as a result of the resurgence in popularity that Apprenticeships are experiencing.
@SCLeducation - last Friday saw the launch of SCL Professional
Experts in the art of unlocking potential, SCL Professional works with businesses to create teams of individuals who positively drive business performance. The new business is already making waves in the apprenticeship industry and whilst the brand and website are new, SCL Professional forms part of the ever-growing SCL Education Group, an industry player with over 20 years’ experience.
So what do they do? In simple terms, SCL Professional focuses on apprenticeships and workforce development programmes to help organisations improve the performance of their employees. Programmes cover a broad range of industries and job types from Leadership & Management, Buying & Merchandising to Education and Sport. Whether a business is looking to develop individuals at the start of their career or to drive the skills and behaviours required to effectively lead a team, there are programmes available from level two all the way up to level five. Alongside the service offered out to partner businesses, a key priority of the business is to manage the ongoing development of the employees of the wider SCL Education Group through workforce development programmes, meaning a true understanding of client needs is at the heart of the brand.
@SCLeducation are ‘Innovating to Educate’, staying inside and staying ‘stronger together’
In unprecedented times, SCL found themselves in a position where their only choice was to ‘Innovate to Educate’. They needed to accelerate their learning innovation strategy to ensure that their learners' studies were unaffected during the current climate.
@SCLeducation LAUNCH VIRTUAL LEARNING TO ENSURE 2500 LEARNERS CAN CONTINUE THEIR EDUCATION AND CONTINUE TO POSITIVELY PROGRESS – INNOVATING TO EDUCATE
In unprecedented times, SCL found themselves in a position where their only choice was to ‘Innovate to educate’. They needed to accelerate their learning innovation strategy to ensure that their learners’ studies were unaffected by the current climate.
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