Enhancing your Levy

Overview

Building on Apprenticeships training 

Corndel offers a range of additional training that can be delivered as part of an existing apprenticeship programme.

These training opportunities equip learners with additional skills across the three areas of Leadership, Data, and Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion.

Training

Customised to your needs

Training is customised to the needs of the organisation.

  • We developed a ‘Parent returners’ leadership programme for Compass Group, with modules focused specifically towards supporting parents back into the workplace, in addition to the Level 5 Leadership and Management apprenticeship programme. 
  • We created a programme with the British Retail Consortium (BRC) for Joules, with bespoke BRC modules related to leadership challenges in the retail sector, in addition to their Leadership apprenticeship programme.
  • We produced Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion training to supplement the Leadership apprenticeship training at ASOS, specifically available to marginalised groups, so that they could fully benefit from promotional opportunities and a future career pathway. 
  • We supported a group of software development apprentices to help them build their emotional intelligence, time management skills, and other professional skills through a series of customised masterclasses

Our approach

A consultative approach

Additional training that enhances an organisation’s Levy funded apprenticeship programmes is created in partnership and aligned to your organisational needs. We work with the L&D or HR Team to understand your requirements. To find out more about our products and approach:
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Who we're helping today

Sue Lee, Director of HR Transformation, Compass Group

Compass has recognised it is a tough time for parents to come back to work after having had a child. So in partnership with Corndel, it has taken responsibility and developed a programme that supports parents to that they can have a chosen career, meaningful work and children at home.”