How we help

Before you start your induction week at your new job, we'll sit down with you and your employer. We'll discuss what you will be learning, and what’s expected of you on a monthly basis for the whole year. Additionally we’ll use a special VARK (visual, aural read/write kinaesthetic) Learning Styles Questionnaire, to find out more about how you learn best, so you can get the maximum out of your training.

We’ll then come into the business regularly - and conduct quarterly assessments - to see how you are progressing with your training and apprenticeship programme. We’ll also be available via email if you need help with your training, or you feel you're struggling with something at work.

We’ll also create your Individual Learning Plan (ILP) – which sets out your achievements and sets targets for learning in and out of the workplace. Your Individual Learning Record (ILR) details all the courses that you complete, and what you’re scheduled to take next.

Information, Advice and Guidance

We're committed to making sure that you're supported in making informed decisions about your future, specifically within IT.

It's important for us to provide you with careers advice so you can take advantage of all of the opportunities out there for you, as well as helping you take responsibility for your life choices.