Flexible Apprenticeship training Our flexible and blended learning approach offers a combination of face-to-face tuition at the learner's place of work and virtual learning via online sessions. Recruit An Apprentice Flexible Apprenticeship Training A blend of online, webinars and work-based training Our flexible apprenticeship training sets us apart from other apprenticeship training providers. We use the very latest online training technology; allowing apprentices to learn online from their existing workplace and supported by a dedicated tutor. \u00a0Our courses adopt a blend of online training, webinars, face-to-face classroom-style, along with practical \u2018hands-on\u2019 skills training. This blended learning approach ensures effective learning and minimum disruption to your business. Structured training to suit the needs of your business Learning programmes are carefully planned and tailored in close collaboration with employers and the needs of each apprentice. \u00a0We work with you to ensure that the 20% of time allocated to the training is planned effectively, and online learning and workshops are mapped throughout the Apprenticeship to deliver positive outcomes that have a real impact to your business. Expert tutors Our industry specialist tutors are assigned to each apprentice at the start of their training. All our tutors are highly experienced in the course they are running and have real world exposure to the job roles that our courses are designed for.\u00a0 They are fully certified, DBS-checked and quality checked to ensure you receive the very best training and support throughout the course. Find out more about our Tutors >> Tailored learning styles Every apprentice has a Neuro Diversity test before they begin their training in order to identify any learning difficulties and tailor the training to suit the apprentice\u2019s preferred learning style. On-going assessment All apprentices are continually assessed throughout their training and regular feedback is given both from the tutor to the apprentice and direct to the employer. End of point assessment When an apprentice reaches the end of their training, an independent assessor will then carry out the final assessment of their knowledge and practical capabilities. \u00a0This may include interview-based knowledge testing, an assessment of practical skills or a work-based project, and a scenario-based assessment, depending on the chosen course.