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Here you will find our course material that will support you through your qualification. 

Each section has been designed to further your knowledge and assist you throughout your apprenticeship.

We have quizzes at the end of our online courses which will help you prepare for any exams you need to take.

We also post regular news, updates, as well as important safeguarding and wellbeing content.


Be sure to check back regularly to stay up to date and get ahead with your qualification!

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    Your vote matters - Don't lose it
    by James Williams - Wednesday, 27 November 2019, 12:11 PM
     

    Election 2019

    Who can vote?

    You must be registered to vote, be at least 18 on polling day in England and Wales or 16 in Scotland, be resident in Britain and be British or a Commonwealth or a European Union citizen.

    How do I vote?

    If you are registered to vote you should have received a polling card ...

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    Bigger Picture: Workplace Banter
    by Jordan Cross - Tuesday, 29 October 2019, 11:31 AM
     

    Many small-business owners, especially

    those with traditionally single-gender

    workforces, may have a hard time telling

    the difference between regular workplace

    banter and verbal harassment. Read more to find out more!

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    Bigger Picture: Hollie Guard
    by Jordan Cross - Tuesday, 29 October 2019, 11:29 AM
     

    This is very topical as the nights are getting darker so we want you all to get home safe and along with this, please see attached the Hollie Guard poster which has the details of A very useful app.  It’s a really great app to remind learners about and it’s free! If learners feel unsafe travelling home then this app tracks your location and if you feel unsafe then learners can set up emergency contacts who will be contacted when the alarm has been raised.  Learners will need to ask parents/guardians beforehand to be set up.