As of April 1st 2019 there is a reduction from 10% to 5% in the apprenticeship contribution for small employers funding apprenticeship approved training courses.
Are you considering an apprentice in your business? Did you think you couldn't afford to provide comprehensive and professional staff training? Did you know that there are incentives available for businesses?
Some of our learners on our Study Programme GCSE English course have been working hard on developing their English skills and recently started writing their own newsletter.
Linsey Penny of the Saddleback Farm Shop is our Green Labyrinth Apprentice of the Month for March in recognition of her hard work, commitment and challenging nature of her job with all of her responsibilities.
My name is Jasmine I am 18 years old, I currently live in Swindon and have since I was born. The main thing I struggled with throughout my teenage years was having severe anxiety, however i am now going to start an apprenticeship in a retail based setting and am really proud of myself and am shocked by how far I have come as an individual.
A CV and cover letter will tell potential employers important facts about you. They’re your opportunity to show them that you have the skills and experience that make you suitable for the apprenticeship you’re applying for.
Matthew Johnson of Medvivo was awarded our first Green Labyrinth Apprentice of the Month Award in recognition of his hard work and success during his Level 3 IT apprenticeship. Our team went to his offices to present his certificate and prize. Discover his apprenticeship story.
Some of our learners on our Study Programme GCSE English course have been working hard on developing their English skills and recently started writing their own newsletter. Topics included poetry corner, jokes, quiz time and a write up about a trip to Freedog Trampolining as well as their fundraising World Food Day event!
Green Labyrinth are proud to announce that we are official sponsors of the Trek4Mind ascent to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro this March in aid of Mind. This is aid of a great charity and mental health is an area that we offer training in and also support through our other projects. Here is an introduction to the the team and their plans to tackle the 5895 metre mountain!