In August 11 we updated our learning materials and increased the products available. Since then over 100,000 learners have used our materials to obtain a nationally recognised qualification. With a network of 75 FE Providers it confirms our status as the fastest growing supplier of distance learning materials in the market.
With over 7,500 learners using our online assessment portal, e-Assessor, since its launch in March 12 we have decided to extend the offer of free access for all providers who use our learning materials.
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Learning at Work were delighted to sponsor the Skills for Care’s Accolade Category Sponsor for ‘Best employer of over 250 staff’. Congratulations to all those who were nominated and to the winners – Jewish Care.
In 2013 we have launched brand new learning materials for the NCFE Award in Learning to Learn Level 1 and Certificate in Management Level 3. Available now from £45 a pack. Email us at
email@example.com to receive a hard copy in the post.
We are always listening to our clients to understand what they think of us so we can offer the best value products and services in the market. To find out what other FE sector colleagues think about us then Click here to see recent pieces of feedback.
Due to growth in client numbers in the South East and London, Learning at Work has a vacancy for an experienced Account Manager in that region. This newly established position will be reporting to the Managing Director and will be focussed on providing exceptional levels of service to our existing customers while developing new business opportunities for the company.
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Interested applicants should email their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Interviews are expected to take place at the end of March.
On Tuesday 30th April we held our first ever national conference in Birmingham. The day was a roaring success with excellent feedback from delegates who attended from all over the country.
Fully booked after just six weeks of announcing details, the day focused on the adult skills budget in 13/14. Hosted by respected sector consultant, Beej Kaczmarczyk, we covered some of the key areas in the next academic year, including loans, audit and innovative curriculum delivery. Nick Chomyk from the Skills Funding Agency provided the latest guidance on the 13/14 funding rules for both classroom and work based provision.
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Following feedback from our clients and provider network, we are delighted to announce new materials for two qualifications – Level 3 Certificate in Management and Level 2 Principles of the Prevention and Control of Infection
We believe these qualifications will be extremely popular with adult learners, working in a variety of industries.
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