At Educ8 we pride ourselves in enabling employers in Wales to invest in the skills of their people via Apprenticeships. We’re passionate about working with businesses who, like us, believe that the key to success lies in its people.
The Educ8 Group was established in 2004 by the Group Chairman, Colin Tucker, and provides Apprenticeship Programmes and training for customers across South Wales in a wide range of sectors. Run by CEO, Grant Santos, Educ8 has a strong values-first approach and a relentless focus on delivering quality education to our customer base of learners and employers.
The Educ8 Group has an almost unrivalled track record of delivering high quality vocational training programs, Apprenticeships and work based learning to employers of all sizes, from micro organisations, through to SME’s and global multi-nationals corporations.
Following Educ8’s success at the Best Companies awards earlier this year, the training company has been named as one of 46 UK businesses that will be recognised by the 2021 Princess Royal Training Awards.
Wales based training provider @Educ8_Wales have been named the Best Education and Training Company to Work for in the UK, as well as best mid-sized company, recognised for their exemplary staff satisfaction and consequent workforce engagement.
@educ8group launches first Welsh Healthcare Science Apprenticeship Programme
Wales based training provider Educ8, are the first in Wales to launch the new Level 4 Health Care Science Associate Apprenticeship qualification, working in partnership with NHS Wales Health Boards.
@educ8group - In over 16 years that I have worked with employers, experience has shown that in turbulent times learning and development can often fall down the priority list. The Covid-19 pandemic has brought challenges that none of us have seen, or indeed expected, in our lifetime, with the IMF describing the economic decline as the worst since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
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