Swarm Training is proud to be a Community Interest Company whose mission is to develop a more enterprising, compassionate, and purposeful business community across the UK and beyond. Our enterprising and compassionate business values are at the very core of the Swarm brand. At Swarm Training C.I.C, we focus on making sure we work collaboratively with the learner and employer to make sure they have the best possible educational journey and feel supported in achieving success. In our apprenticeship training, we know that to succeed today, you need more than ever to concentrate on developing your managers and leaders to have the right mindset, abilities, and behaviors which supply innovation, enterprise, and growth across your organization. Above all the training has to deliver results and demonstrate a good return on investment. Being a social enterprise we know from experience that social and community effects can boost profitability, grow staff loyalty, and make work much more than just a job. We encourage our learners to demonstrate their impact on profitability and to do this in a way that is ethical, honest, and fair.
Swarm’s Core Values
Compassion is the bedrock value at the swarm and underpins everything we do and say. To us, compassion is the outward expression of love that treats others with kindness and selflessness. It is about caring for and understanding people and treating them with absolute humanity. Swarm puts the wants of our staff and customers way before the needs of profit. This approach means our team is happy to go the extra mile in ensuring the very best service and our funds are used to make sure our customers get the best results.
Swarm’s Compassionate Principles
Be kind and patient to all
Act with humility
Honesty and transparency
Safeguard, protect and care for our staff and customers
Empower and provide people by having faith in them
We celebrate diversity and differences of opinion
Rejoice in both success and failure
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