Championing Neurodiversity

As an organisation, The Learning Enterprise takes a proactive approach to drive inclusivity and diversity. With a wealth of experience behind it, the team here at The Learning Enterprise are proud to have the recognised qualifications to support neurodiverse learners. Several staff members have taken the Neurodiversity Masterclass, an accredited qualification in Neurodiversity, endorsed by the NCFE.

This qualification has helped us to make changes in our organisation and champion Neurodiversity to provide reasonable adjustments and comprehensive support for all learners on programme.
Our Head of Apprenticeships commented "we are committed to revolutionising the apprenticeship sector and making sure no learner is left behind".

The Learning Enterprise retains Quality Mark status

The Quality Mark is considered the ‘gold standard’ for the provision of training and gives the healthcare sector confidence in the services offered, benefitting employers, learners and service users.

Achieving the endorsement involves meeting rigorous standards and tests trainers’ knowledge of performing their duties to the highest standards.

20th April 2021

International Women’s Day 8th March 2021:

To recognise International Womens’s Day this year, we reached out to our Apprentices undertaking the Operations Manager Level 5 Apprenticeship. Inspired by the #ChooseToChallenge theme, our cohort from Virgin Care took part in a videocast, discussing how they feel more empowered and remained resilient through the challenges this last year has presented.

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4th February 2021 

We're mad about Clinical & Care Apprenticeships! 

           Listen here where Laura tells us what's on offer for Health & Care 

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8th January 2021

Celebrating Success in National Apprenticeship Week 2021.

We will be joining in the celebrations of our apprentices as part of National Apprenticeship Week 2021 which will take place between 8 and 14 February 2021. 

The theme for this year's week is 'build the future', with the aim for the campaign to encourage employers to celebrate the diversity of opportunity and value that apprenticeships bring, and how they can help individuals and employees build their future.

As part of the week, TLE will be hosting a range of events and activities to showcase the impact and raise awareness of the benefits that apprenticeships can bring to an individual and the health service.

Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills, Gillian Keegan said:

Apprenticeships are a fantastic way to learn while you earn, opening up new and exciting career paths that can transform lives. It’s been a tough year for everyone, but we want the theme for National Apprenticeship Week 2021 to be a springboard to look ahead to how apprenticeships can futureproof workforces and boost careers.

The week is a great opportunity to highlight the huge range of apprenticeships on offer – from Space Engineer to Registered Nurse. There are currently around 7,000 apprenticeship opportunities available on the Find an Apprenticeship website which will benefit individuals, businesses and local communities. I encourage everyone to get involved and help make it a success.

To read about some of the professionals already benefitting from our Apprenticeship Programmes as well as see what opportunities we offer at TLE click in our dedicated Apprenticeships section.


World Mental Health Day 10th October 

Alan Denne, our Mental Health Subject Matter Expert , tells us why now more than ever, we need to be aware of our own mental health and that of the people around us. In the same sense that we can work towards being physically healthy, there is a lot we can do to improve our mental health too. Some of those methods, like exercise and being aware of what we eat and drink, will benefit us mentally as well as physically.

5th October 2020

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World Patient Safety Day – 17th September 2020

In today’s world of COVID 19 the safety of patients is paramount and cannot be comprised. Since March, we have been working hard to ensure that we continue to offer great quality and safety training to all our customers using a blended learning approach, guaranteeing that we continue to  provide the sufficient knowledge and skill needed to deliver safe patient care.

16th September 2020

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Keeping our learners learning has been our main focus. Our assessors and leads have transitioned and successfully adapted the delivery models of our programmes to a virtual learning environment and worked closely with our employers to ensure learning is continuing.

28th August 2020

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We are proud to promote our Safeguarding Level 3 Suite of e-Learning in line with the intercollegiate guidelines. This learning offers the learner in-depth evidence-based training in Safeguarding Adults, Safeguarding Children, Looked after Children and Young Adults. We also offer supplementary modules in Modern Slavery, Domestic Abuse and Self Neglect that will form part of your 8 hours required training to be compliant at level 3.

TLE is proud to support student nurse assessment placements so Covid-19 shielders can become the nurses of the future

29 June 2020

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Mental Health Virtual Classroom

18 May 2020

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TLE adapting colleague training opportunities 

1 May 2020

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TLE’s Approach to Covid-19

24 March 2020

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Develop your coaching skills to improve colleague performance

5 March 2020

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Sleep in a room with a mosquito

30th Jan 2020

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Top marks for TLE

26 September 2019

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Disability Confident

19 August 2019

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Last modified: Tuesday, 3 August 2021, 12:43 PM