Chantelle Wright Learns a new Skill Everyday With Virtual College Apprenticeships
Digital Marketing Level 3 Apprentice Chantelle didn't want to return to University to learn new skills and is enjoying the responsibility of working with clients such as NowTV and The Economist.
Hotspur 1364 Sees a Rise in Sales and Footfall After Hiring an Apprentice
Hotspur 1364 have a first class experience of Virtual College Apprenticeships and have subsequently seen an increase in brand awareness and sales.
Advanced Retail Solutions' Apprentices Gain Huge Confidence With Virtual College
Advanced Retail Solutions have previously had mixed results when taking on apprentices but could not be happier after their experience with Virtual College.
Durham Ginstitute Receive First Class Apprentice Training
Durham Ginstitute had not previously considered apprenticeships but after meeting Virtual College Apprenticeships she is looking forward to upscaling her business.
Ilkley Moor Vaults are Prepared To Save Lives
The Ilkley Moor Vaults has recognised that there is no statutory requirement for all members of staff to be trained in first aid, taking up the Save a Life scheme run by Virtual College to brush up on their first aid skills.
E:merge are Prepared To Save Lives
E:merge is a young people’s charity that has delivered youth work for nearly 20 years in Bradford. They contacted us to work together to help train team members in basic first aid skills quickly and conveniently through the use of our 'Prepared To Save A Life' course.
ECMWF: Cloud-based learning solution for weather forecasters
ECMWF wanted to have access to e-learning modules to be used in training activities – either as standalone modules or as part of other courses. Following Virtual College’s successful tender bid, workshops were rapidly organised to review content and gather information on the learning objectives for the 12 courses required.
The Home Office: Using e-learning to combat FGM
The Home Office identified that effective, multiagency training for safeguarding professionals would help improve the support and protection provided to women and girls. Most importantly, the course needed to reinforce the necessity of a multi-agency approach and give learners clear actions.
The Greenwood Academies Trust
With so many different academies catering for thousands of pupils spread across diverse local authorities, The Greenwood Academies Trust (GAT) wanted to ensure they could achieve consistency and quality in our safeguarding training provision throughout all of our academies