Lifetime calls for sport and physical activity to be recognised as a technical pathway. Matt Robinson, head of active leisure at Lifetime Training contributes to this week’s Leisure Opportunities magazine on the topic of the Post 16 skills plan.
It’s now more important than ever to know how your apprentices are doing, the stage they’re at, and whether they need any additional learning support. This is where Lifetime’s Pulse reporting app can pay dividends.
With the transition to the new apprenticeship standards, apprenticeship programmes will be assessed at the end of the programme, known as end-point assessment or EPA. Read this blog to find out more.
So, you’re not a levy payer. What does that mean for you and your apprentices going forwards? Here, Lifetime Training’s Chief Operating Officer, Paul Hudson, discusses the effects on smaller employers.
Now that you have access to the Register of Approved Training Providers how do you make a decision on which apprenticeship training provider to use? Local provider? Peer-approved business? Working with Lifetime Training gives you the best of both worlds.
We don’t just provide our apprentices with outstanding training. We talk to them, and they talk to us. That’s how we know that we’re doing a really great job, but don’t just take our word for it. This is what some of our apprentices had to say about us…
Lifetime Training was founded in 1995. Over the past 21 years, we have established our core values and the behaviours that make up our life-changing people. We’re excited to create the apprenticeships of the future, in light of the introduction of the apprenticeship reforms. This is an exciting new phase for Lifetime and we look forward to realising the potential it offers to our business, our clients and our team.