What a year. In 2020 every training provider has jumped through hoops to ensure that learners can keep learning, and complete their studies wherever possible. Ofqual and the ESFA have been slow to react, leaving thousands of learners unable to complete their studies since CAG was removed at the end of July, and leaving providers supporting learners who have run out of funding at their own cost. Slowly but surely we have kept going, responding to the needs of learners and employers, and trying to stay ahead of the game.With vaccines on the horizon, and experts saying that we should be seeing an impact by next summer, it no longer feels too soon to be dreaming about a world without COVID restrictions.
Five ways to support #MentalHealth during challenging times
Our daily lives, work and relationships have experienced huge upheaval due to the impact of COVID-19 in recent weeks. These unprecedented times are affecting us in different ways and bringing a range of challenges for us to overcome.
Former Secretary of State for Education, Rt Hon @JustineGreening has launched @C19Pledge with entrepreneur David Harrison. @HITTraining Ltd has joined businesses from across the UK in the C-19 Business Pledge initiative to help Britain and its most vulnerable citizens to pull through the coronavirus crisis.
@HITTraining rises up the list coming in at number 17, after featuring in the Top 100 list in 2014, 2015 and 2018
HIT Training one of three training providers recognised in Sunday Times’ Top 100 in 2020
HIT Training, the UK’s largest provider of training and apprenticeships in the hospitality sector, has been named number 17 in the aspirational Sunday Times ‘Top 100 Best Companies to Work For’.
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