Skills Ladder is a company that specializes in training and qualification delivery both in the private and public areas. Abilities ladder delivers work-based learning specialising in ICT Apprenticeship. The main delivery field is IT Application Specialist and IT and Telecoms professional courses. We also educate in a large range of other areas. The company’s core team has over 35 years of experience in delivering IT education and Skills Ladder is one of a few companies which has the capabilities to deliver the IT and Telecoms Professional qualification in a work-based environment. This gives employers the flexibility to take on new apprentices and be able to rely on them being at work five days a week. We have a close working relationship with businesses across many sectors involving, manufacturing, retail, and professional services. We also deliver a large range of specialist training courses such as Photoshop, InDesign and Lightroom at very competitive trade rates.
What is an Apprenticeship?
It’s Government-funded vocational training that Skills Ladder can use to help you recruit and train new staff and/or provide the abilities of your current staff. It’s a combination of abilities training and ‘hands on experience It includes the award of formal vocational qualification to prove that staff have been satisfactorily assessed in special skills. They also receive a BTEC as recognition of competence and training. Timing is flexible. Skills Ladders can work with you to design a programme that causes minimum disruption to your operations. An Apprenticeship programme typically takes from six months to one year. Apprenticeships are open to everyone, without discrimination. There are no set qualification requirements needed for individuals to participate. Those needing help with literacy and numeracy skills are fully supported by Skills Ladder at all times This work often involves liaison with Union Learning Representatives and the development of individual teaching sessions.
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