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"Delivering skills today, for investment in a sustainable tomorrow"
It is universally accepted among successful businesses, that engaging with all employees and accessing the improvement potential they each have is the key to remaining competitive. It is vital that we constantly look at all our processes and procedures and ask ourselves…
“Is there a better way?”
We all have a role to play in contributing our skills and expertise to challenge traditional methods, drive out waste, improve our products and services – and delight all our customers, (both internal and external).
Continuous Improvement is the key to driving your business further, developing essential ongoing workplace skills and helping your business stay ahead of the competition by upskilling and empowering staff.
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LEAD is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Lee Wood MSc PhD CMgr MCMI CEng FIET as, its new Chair…Read more
As we kick off another week, a huge welcome goes out to our 3 new clients. Trelleborg Group, Castell Safety International Ltd and Saint-Gobain. Welcome to your Continuous Improvement apprenticeship journey with LEAD! [playlist type="video"…Read more
Following a recent OFSTED monitoring visit, we are delighted to announce that LEAD Ltd are making reasonable progress in their journey to becoming a good or outstanding apprenticeship provider. We are particularly proud of this achievement in light of the challenges that everyone faced…Read more
We have now received the final report from Ofsted after the interim visit on 30th September and 1st October 2020. Please see attached the report from Ofsted detailing how LEAD have continued to strive for excellence throughout such a challenging time, making sure…Read more
The ESFA review apprenticeship funding policy on an ongoing basis to ensure it supports growth in quality apprenticeships and provides opportunities for all in an affordable and sustainable way, which delivers value for money for the taxpayer. Parts of the policy may be adapted in future…Read more
The 2020 to 2021 funding rules are being published following the policy changes and flexibilities introduced in response to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19). The 2020 to 2021 funding rules apply to apprenticeships starting between 1 August 2020 and 31 July 2021. There are different…Read more
Confirmation that where an apprentice has been made redundant, but is continuing their apprenticeship study, they can claim Universal Credit (UC) as long as they satisfy all eligibility criteria. Announcement that the ESFA will be launching a service for redundant apprentices. The…Read more
As the UK tentatively recovers from the impact of Covid-19, the Chancellor has introduced measures to help employers stimulate their respective industries by attracting talent through apprenticeships, traineeships and long-term funded work placement routes. Apprenticeships …Read more