Train to Gain
In Ellesmere Port
In 2005, the Learning & Skills Council (LSC) found that 2.4 million workers in England did not have any qualifications (Skills in England, 2005) and the National Audit Office estimates that skills gaps cost the UK £10 billion in lost revenue every year. Train to Gain is an initiative governed by the LSC in way of response to these startling statistics, to help businesses address the skills shortage and to identify and meet the training needs of its staff whatever their age.
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Protocol Skills is one of the UK's largest independent providers of learning and development solutions in the workplace. We work with more than 14,000 learners of all ages, helping them to gain the necessary skills and experience to achieve a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) or Apprenticeship.
Every year we have access to millions of pounds worth of government funding, enabling us to provide quality funded qualifications to learners within organisations such as New Look, Britannia Building Society and PC World.
Through Train to Gain, Protocol Skills can deliver NVQs at Level 2 and 3 in a variety of vocational areas, including Retail, Customer Service, Business & Administration and Hospitality, as well as training to develop employees' literacy and numeracy skills.
- Free independent, impartial advice and skills assessments - to ascertain the specific training needs of your organisation, both now and in the future
- Access to government funding to ensure your training budget goes further than ever before*
- We work with you to focus on the needs of the business - we are flexible in terms of the timing, location
and pace of the training
- Access to designated Training Assessors who are industry experts, with many years' experience in their
Since its launch in 2006, Train to Gain has assisted over 52,000 employers in equipping their employees with better skills and more than 240,000 employees have undertaken training (Train to Gain website, January 2008).
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