Learning Curve Group – Online Training: A Remedy for your Recovery

National training provider, Learning Curve Group, have seen record numbers of learners wanting to study after launching their #EducateWhilstYouIsolate campaign earlier in March in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Over 30,000 people registered their interest to complete an online course whilst isolating or on furlough with their employer, showing huge demand in online training.

As lockdown levels are eased within the UK and more numbers are heading forward to work, Learning Curve Group have launched a new campaign after the huge success of their #EducateWhilstYouIsolate initiative, focusing on recovery post-COVID. The new campaign “Remedy for your Recovery” centres around Coronavirus recovery plans for both businesses and individuals.

The Sunday Times Top 100 employer delivers market leading learning content, offering specialist and flexible services to support over 4,500 employers to transform their businesses every year. With access to over £30million in adult skills funding, Learning Curve Group are at the forefront of delivering innovative training solutions to upskill staff.

Chief Executive Officer, Brenda McLeish, said: “It’s never too late to learn something new.  We’re really pleased to be able to extend the offer of our fully-funded accredited short courses into the new academic year. We’re seeing businesses that have been left with skills gaps, and individuals that might unfortunately find themselves out of work – and it’s our job to support them with accessing skills and training to support their recovery after this pandemic.”

With over 40 courses to choose from, there’s practically something for everyone, regardless of sector. Popular courses include Mental Health Awareness, Nutrition & Health and Team Leading, as well as a huge demand from key workers for Health and Social Care training.

The latest addition to Learning Curve Group’s repertoire is the Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Climate Change and Environmental Awareness; with sustainability quickly becoming a high priority for many businesses, making moves towards becoming a ‘greener’ organisation is high on most agendas.

The flexible learning courses will continue to be delivered via the online model that was launched in response to the country going into lockdown as we head into the new Academic Year. Anyone who signs up in the coming weeks can begin learning in July and August.

To find out more about Learning Curve Group’s range of online flexible learning including eligibility criteria, apprenticeships and other training opportunities,  please contact Michelle Martin – Senior Business Development Manager :

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