Learning Unlimited Apprenticeship Training Agency


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Our Apprenticeship Training Agency (ATA) can support employers who, for whatever reason, can’t commit to the direct employment of an Apprentice. By employing an Apprentice through our ATA you can take advantage of a number of benefits:

• Recruitment – Working with the employer we identify the Apprenticeship opportunities, create job descriptions and person specifications, advertise and promote the roles, conduct application pre-screening and support with preparation for interviews
• Human Resources – The Apprentices are employed by the college, work with a host employer and become an integral part of their team. A full Human Resources service will be provided by the College
• Payroll – The payroll process is managed by the College and employers are invoiced monthly

Derbyshire County Council – a case study
In February 2012, Learning Unlimited and Derbyshire County Council formed a partnership to support and enhance the Council’s Apprenticeship provision utilising the ATA model.

Derbyshire County Council employs over 15,000 people and is one of the country’s largest Local Authorities.

Learning Unlimited has recruited over 100 Apprentices who are now directly employed by the College working within numerous Council departments ranging from Business Administration to Highway Maintenance.

October 2012 saw the recruitment of our 100th Apprentice – Chris Cooper

Nick Hodgson, Chief Executive, Derbyshire County Council
“We have been delighted to welcome our 100th Apprentice to the Council and are really pleased with the partnership we have formed with Learning Unlimited. The support they have given to our staff has proven critical to the success of programme and we look forward to the next 400 Apprentices joining our organisation over the coming years”.

Chris Cooper, studying Business Administration and DCC’s 100th Apprentice
“I was at Sixth Form and my results didn’t quite go as I had hoped so I decided I needed a change. I didn’t want to just leave Sixth Form and get a job but I knew I needed something fresh so when I saw the Apprenticeships on offer at DCC through Learning Unlimited I decided to apply. I’m now studying for my Apprenticeship in Business Administration whilst also gaining valuable experience in a workplace environment, which is great. I was so nervous when I started but even in a short space of time my confidence has grown”.

http://www.learningunlimiteduk.com/candidate/successes/item/323-ata

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About Paul Champion

Some have called me a leader, and a entrepreneur, they say I have integrity, presence and skills to ensure continuous improvement and success in whatever challenges I face. They also tell me that I am positive, resilient and motivating. I say, I'm just a normaI guy from Gateshead in the North of England, who started as an apprentice engineer. I have been in the right place at the right time and in the wrong place at the wrong time! I have successfully initiated and led complex organizations and situations to completion and success, and I have been in some jobs where success seemed untouchable. Mainly though, I have tried to learn everyday, help people to progress and learn the skills they need to be successful. I have had the privilege of working with some great people locally across the UK and more recently internationally in Asia, Europe and now USA, where I am lucky enough to work for www.3aaa.co.uk where I am head of 3aaa USA. This website is just me having an outlet to talk about all those thoughts, ideas and things I learn that pass through my head every day when I face the challenge of doing business. I will also rant on about how great apprenticeships are, and how you can help change peoples lives through them. After all thats how I got to do the great things that I have done, and also I am still an apprentice everyday! All I ask is that if you find it interesting then leave a comment and share what you read. THANK YOU.

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