We offer apprenticeship programmes to help Recruitment and Learning and Development professionals to excel in their role, and attract and retain the best talent.
Whether you want to start out as a Recruitment Resourcer, are moving into a Recruitment Consultant role, or already have experience but want to be recognised for your skills – our programmes can help you achieve what you need to.
If you’re in a Learning and Development role and want to hone your skills to ensure you are developing the right skills at the right time across your organisation, our Level 3 programme can help you to do this.
Here are just some of the characteristics that will help you to succeed in your chosen sector:
Each of our apprenticeships have clear progression pathways. Check out the programmes available below for more information on the pathways that are right for you.
This apprenticeship has been designed to give you the required training to become an effective Recruitment Resourcer.
In addition to identifying and attracting candidates, you will become a well-rounded recruitment team member identifying new business opportunities, liaising effectively with candidates and the wider business, whilst ensuring all processes, procedures, codes of ethics and legislation are adhered to.
The role of a Learning and Development Practitioner is to identify, create and deliver appropriate training for the needs of the business and it’s employees.
As a learning and development professional, you will understand the importance of continuous professional development, and an apprenticeship is a fantastic way to get the skills you need to work effectively in your role.
Whether you’re already in a recruitment role and want to move up, want to upskill in your existing role, or want to hone your skills and change to a career in recruitment, this apprenticeship is for you.
We used the levy to improve retention. In our sector, staff turnover has been historically high, but now our own management numbers in particular are much more stable and there are far fewer HR issues.