Whilst completing my BTEC Level 3 in Business Administration through NTG Training, I can confirm that my assessor was very approachable as when been allocated specific units to be completed ahead of future meetings at the company I was working at. If I was unsure on specific questions or topics I would have a go of answering them myself with the assistance of course materials provided and the internet before emailing my assessor for her approval. I would receive her responses and suggestions by email almost immediately or the next working day. If I found that I was unable to complete tasks ahead of future meetings I would inform my assessor before-hand and we would work out Action Plans at our meetings to ensure completion of tasks on time. With having a minor disability I consider my assessor to be very patient and understanding whilst communicating with her and if I was unsure what was said it would be simplified in plain English.
Are you 19+ and unemployed? Would you like to gain your Fork Lift Truck Licence and NVQ Units in Warehousing & Storage? We have places available for this fully funded course running in Winsford starting on the 20th November 2017. If you are interested, please call Polly at NTG Training on 01244 680689 or email [email protected]
Are you 18+ and unemployed? Would you like to gain your Fork Lift Truck Licence and NVQ Units in Warehousing & Storage? We have places available for this fully funded course running in Ellesmere Port from the 16th November 2017. If you are interested please call Polly at NTG Training on 01244 680689 or email [email protected]
Those who have sat their GCSE’s this summer may notice a variety of letters and numbers in the results. English Literature, English Language and Maths will be the first subjects to adopt the changes. Other subjects will follow suit in 2019.
NTG Training are an approved training provider, specialising in supporting you through the Apprenticeship Levy.
We work with levy employers across a range of industries to guide them through the process and ensure that they are getting the most value out of the funds allocated, to either develop staff or for recruiting an apprentice.
The apprenticeship levy which was introduced in May 2017 has affected the way apprenticeships are funded. If you are an employer with a wage bill of more than 3 Million you will be required to automatically pay into the Levy and utilise training for your employees or hire of new apprentices.
Thinking of a career in assessing?
At NTG Training we have been assessing work based learners across the North West for almost 10 years and have successfully delivered over 3000 apprenticeship programmes in a variety of subjects.
At NTG Training we understand that recruiting is extremely important and it is a priority to get the right person for the position who will work well within your business.
This week, 6th - 10th March is the tenth annual National Apprenticeship week. Employers and apprentices across the UK are coming together to celebrate the success of apprenticeships. Apprentices up and down the country have been showing their appreciation for career opportunities and employers for the growing success of fresh talented apprentices within their business.
With high hopes for three million future apprenticeship starts, the Government's introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy is coming into force this May and we are excited to be a part of the contribution of developing skilled workforces across the North West of England.
Whether you are a business considering hiring an apprentice or if you are wanting to become an apprentice then the wage is a factor to bear in mind.
Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes designed around the needs your business, which lead to nationally recognised qualifications. There are many benefits from hiring an apprentice for your business.
At NTG Training we wanted to make the experience for the learners and assessors as seamless as possible. To enable us to do this we use ground breaking technology in the form of an app.
A strong focus on customer service within any business is critical. The first impression to a prospective customer is often reflected through your staff. If your employees who are dealing with customers do not have the appropriate skills to engage, problem solve or to handle difficult situations it could be detrimental to your business.
Finishing high school can be a daunting experience. There are so many options available, most young people want to get out into the working world but how do you get a job without experience?
Apprenticeships offer many benefits to businesses across many sectors.
When you find a need within your business that requires filling, the first point of call for most is to create a job spec with the view to hire someone for that new position. Why not give someone within your team the opportunity to develop the skills that are required for your business needs?
Apprenticeships are a significant and influential part of the UK’s economy. The Government has set a goal to achieve 3 million active apprenticeships by 2020. To enable them to strive towards this mission, there will be an introduction of an apprenticeship levy which will be implemented on the 6th April 2017 and will affect the way apprenticeships are funded.