Over the years, Together Training has worked with a diverse and large number of organisations delivering Apprenticeship training programmes to meet their business requirements and employee training needs.
Here are just some of the employer partners that we currently support to deliver training programmes and Apprenticeships
Nicky Hammond, Learning & Organisational Development Manager at Warner Bros,
said: “Our partnership with Together Training ensures our apprentices are fully
supported, throughout their journey. They gain invaluable experiences both
on-the-job and through masterclasses and workshops, allowing them to
develop a wide range of skills and abilities.
“Together Training’s flexible approach to the qualification delivery, demonstrates a sound understanding of the demands and challenges, facing today’s organisations.”
Rosa Radelat, Senior HR Business Partner,St Albans County Council
added: “The Covid-19
situation has meant that
many of our employees
are currently working
home, including our apprentices.
"We are delighted that our Team Leader apprentices have achieved their qualification, especially during this challenging time. With Together Training, we are also continuing to support other colleagues who are working towards their apprenticeships.’
"We have been working with Together Training for over a year now to deliver high quality apprenticeship training solutions. They are flexible and responsive to our business needs and keep us updated throughout the learner's journey. It has been a pleasure to work with TogetherTraining .
Gemma Zabbar, Senior HR Officer at Hertfordshire County Council, said: “We have an excellent working relationship with Together Training and have found them to be flexible in their approach, understanding of our needs and willing to tailor apprenticeships to meet these, as appropriate.
“They provide detailed information on what can be recorded as 20% off the job training and support in completing this. The Managing Director and staff are knowledgeable, approachable and supportive to Hertfordshire County Council as a whole and to the apprentices.”
They are responsive to all requests and without exception all contacts are professional, efficient, knowledgeable and supportive. The tutors are adaptable and responsive to apprentice requests and provide invaluable support throughout their learning.
Christina Smith, Regional Learning and Development Manager at ENGIE, recently spoke of her delight at finding three new talented apprentices through Together Training to join her team.
“Together Training helped us select the right programme for a cohort of our construction apprentices. As advocates of women in construction, we were also delighted to support three female employees into construction management apprenticeships.”
“Training new and existing staff through apprenticeships helps us meet client demands for higher levels of quality and service.”
Sam Garner Senior Business Support Manager Medtronic -UK & Ireland
The Apprenticeship Levy has given employees more access to specialist
training, especially training that results in a certification and therefore
has a market value: “All managers have a training plan at Medtronic
and this forms part of our performance management objectives.
This training contributes to improved performance. The level of
training I received from Together Training, especially the coaching
element was excellent
"Together Training's approach is flexible and agile. Learning coaches have up to date industry knowledge to allow apprentices to develop the correct skills needed in the workplace. The training programmes for the Medtronic employees have been extremely beneficial with new skills and knowledge gained already having a positive impact. Once the programmes are complete, employees have a number of options: they can bring their learning into the workplace so performance continues to grow or they can look at taking the next programme if relevant to aid continuous learning.
Medtronic Limited would recommend Together Training as the ideal partner for organisations looking for effective and efficient ways to upskill existing employees in an agile way that works for the employer and the employee."
Together Training and the University of Hertfordshire have a long standing working relationship and pride themselves on the training they offer and deliver to their employer partners. Taking this partnership even further the University of Hertfordshire has recently transferred some of their apprenticeship levy to a local SME called JHP Electrical, enabling them to fully fund two members of staff to attend Together Trainings Leadership and Management apprenticeship programmes.
Apprenticeship Programme Lead, University of Hertfordshire.
Together Training, has successfully launched a professional development programme for the future leaders of Camelot Group, despite the global pandemic.
Together Training took time to understand how the content of these programmes could be tailored to individual roles and therefore developed a delivery model that suited all stakeholders within the business. Line manager briefings and employee briefings were held to ensure there was a clear understanding of the programme requirements and expectations before employees were nominated to take part.
Nicola Scott, Learning and Development Manager at Camelot said: “We’re delighted the programmes have now launched, enabling us to support key business objectives. We look forward to a long and successful partnership with Together Training, delivering tangible outcomes for both our learners and the business.”