When launching a five-year transformation programme in 2012 to reinvent itself as a “digital retail leader,” Argos realised that the succession of staff and filling a retail skills gap would be key to fast paced expansion. As the customer advisers on the ground were to be the leaders of tomorrow, the company launched Argos Apprenticeships, […]
Former Itec Apprentice, Adam Harvey has been shortlisted for the Higher Apprentice of the Year Award at this year’s Apprenticeship Awards Cymru! Adam, now 28, left school with an impressive 13 GCSEs and has since gained an Apprenticeship in Management and an Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) Higher Apprenticeship Level 5 in Management. Adam joined […]
We are delighted to announce that we are now one of the chosen delivery partners for ‘Progress for Success’, a new work-based training programme launched by the Welsh Government and the European Social Fund. Progress for Success has been specifically designed to provide professionals within the early years, childcare and play sector with nationally recognised […]
Steve Doyle, our managing director discusses how to optimise your employees’ skills and harness their potential through effective, targeted training. In a rapidly evolving economy, businesses are continually being challenged to make sure teams have the right expertise, competency and skills to deliver.
There are a number of business benefits when choosing to invest in your staff, here are Itec’s top 5 reasons to develop your current workforce. 1. Improve Staff Morale and Promote Job Satisfaction Training within the workplace encourages your employees to take an active interest in their own development and helps them to progress in […]