About Us

In partnership we design and deliver evidence-based education through training, coaching and inspiring excellence.

We aim to provide high quality education and training to meet the personal, professional and aspirational needs of the health and social care workforce. Learners can book into one of our training days in our programme, attend a course or we can design bespoke training for individual organisations needs.

We are an enthusiastic and energetic team committed to delivering innovative and evidence-based training across the country, for which we have been awarded the prestigious Skills for Health Quality Mark for the quality of our training.

The skills gained from our training and qualifications are transferable across many industries and sectors to support this we hold accreditations with Skills for Health for our quality, City & Guilds for our vocational courses in Business Administration and Health & Social Care and ILM for Leadership and Management.

We hold accreditation with the National Examination Board of Dental Nurses (NEBDN) with regular cohorts passing each year in the Surrey and Hampshire Borders since we were awarded our accreditation in 2006. We are currently developing the dental nurse apprenticeship and dental hygiene award.

We also work in partnership with other educational providers and Universities to deliver training.

Our trainers/tutors are Subject Matter Experts in a variety of clinical and statutory and mandatory training specialisms enabling us to design and deliver our own clinical training courses.

We have a bank of specialist trainers/tutors who deliver specialist training to Personal Care Assistants through the Personal Health Budget scheme caring for children with complex and continuing Care needs. We also deliver training packages to other Health and Social Care organisations and to charities and care homes.

The Learning Enterprise is the Education and Training Business Unit for Virgin Care.

The Learning Enterprise operates an Equality & Diversity Policy, acknowledging that each student is unique and recognising individual differences in culture, ability, gender, race, wealth, sexual orientation or any other group characteristic.

Last modified: Friday, 12 May 2017, 2:10 PM