Research recently released by City & Guilds Group, reveals that 82% of workers in London believe it’s important to regularly update their workplace skills, however 29% of Londoners did not learn any new workplace skills in 2018. 

This clear disparity between workers and employers expectations, is causing discontent in the workplace, with 1 in 4 employees being unhappy in their current job (according to research by Investors in People). 

Jolt, London’s new innovative co-learning spaces, provides an solution to the lack of workplace training.  Jolt aims to make life-long learning a habit through affordable, gym-like memberships. 

The spaces, where professionals learn how to future-proof their career from world-class experts, is challenging online further education courses and championing collaborative, peer-to-peer learning through live and interactive classes. With classes based around business, people and technology, Jolt upskills employers, or prepares those looking to go at it alone and start up their own business.

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