Heart of England Training is a private training supplier. Founded in 1971, our Head Office is in Rugby and we have six Training Academies in Rugby, Coventry, Birmingham, Daventry, Castle Vale, and Leicester.
Our mission statement is to deliver outstanding training and assist throughout all our sectors. Our apprenticeship programs are delivered in the most appropriate way, depending on the issue field or the necessaries of the learner and employer. Some learners attend off-the-job day-release training whilst some learners do all the training and assessment at work and have a visiting assessor. Whole and part-time learners are all in-house unless they have work experience placements. The firm exactly delivers training in a diversity of sectors involving Businesses, Salons and Schools offers.
Courses within these sectors involve Business Administration, Customer Service, Team Leadership, Management, Project Management, Hairdressing, Barbering, Beauty Therapy, Teaching Assistant, School Business Professional, Learning Mentor, and Sports.
Functional abilities and GCSEs, as well as a diversity of technical certificates, are also involved in the large diversity of training programs to involve apprenticeships for work-based learning, pre-16 provisions with schools, full and part-time courses, sub-contract arrangements with partners, and bespoke training for private learners. There is also a comprehensive training program for a broad diversity of trade courses involving CAVA (assessors and internal verifier qualifications) and teaching/training qualifications.
As an organization, we share and embrace a common set of worths across everything we do:
Continually strive for excellence
Act with integrity and be respectful at all times
Responsive and flexible to learner and employer needs
Encourage and assist high aspirations
Heart of England Training advocates promote and teach the core British Values because the Government believes that doing so will make people more resilient towards attempts to radicalize them and support them with life in modern Britain.
Democracy: Learners need to show respect for democracy and assist participation in democratic processes
The rule of law: Learners should appreciate that living under the rule of law protects individual citizens and is essential for their well being and safety
Individual liberty: Enables learners to develop their self-information, self-esteem, and self-reliance
Mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and those without faith: Learners must show mutual respect and tolerance to those with several beliefs
These essential worths assist individuals to become rounded and valuable members of our society.
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