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If you think you or your team have what it takes to teach, Mitre is able to offer the training needed to embark on delivering in-house training and assessment. In order to deliver vocational and competence-based training, such as Awards, Certificates, Diplomas and NVQs, its essential for those at the front of the classroom to be fully qualified and have the experience required to successfully guide students through their course. Teaching and assessing qualifications provide a grounding in the essential skills...
Mitre Group celebrates its 25th anniversary this month. In 1992, Mitre began delivering a range of bespoke leadership, management and team development programmes for senior management teams across the financial sector in the UK and Europe. Over the years, Mitre has diversified into other sectors including the sports, safety, security, community education, manufacturing and professional services, forging strong partnerships along the way, quickly establishing themselves as Leaders in Training. Jennie Bowmer...
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Mitre delighted to support the launch of new magazine - LEAD The mission of LEAD is to define, analyse and showcase how leadership by women and under-represented groups is creating a massive shift in the way business and politics are being conducted and provide the information, tools and expertise needed for equality to accelerate further. As a fundamental element of all training programmes at Mitre, we are delighted to support LEAD championing change.
Mitre are delighted to announce they are Derby County Football Clubs Stadium Safety Partner for the 2017/18 season. With a specialism as sports, stadia and safety training experts, our relationship with the Rams is to provide training, qualifications and operational support for all of the Clubs stewards on a matchday at Pride Park Stadium. This partnership develops our ongoing work with the Rams as well as many other footballclubsto deliver a range of training programmes across the sector from...
Mitre is celebrating the opening of a new office in the very heart of the City of London. The office, based on Bishopsgate, is an ideal location to support the companys growing training team and client base and supersedes its office in St James which it has now outgrown. The location, right next to Liverpool St Station, is an ideal location to support existing clients including Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, Queens Park Rangers Football Club, Fulham Football Club, Arsenal Football Club and London...
As market leaders in Apprenticeships we are here to help you throughall elements of the planning, identification, development and implementation of the Levy and your Apprenticeship training programmes. We are here to: Provide guidance & tailored advice for your company Support you through preparation and implementation of the Levy Identify and Design programmes that work for you and maximises the value of funding you have access to Manage Levy/Apprenticeship training payments whether you are...
As market leaders for Apprenticeships we are here to help you understand the Levy and support you to identify and deliver the Apprenticeships you need. What is the Levy? From Spring 2017 the way the Government funds apprenticeships in England is changing. Large employers with an annual payroll >£3m will be required to contribute to a new apprenticeship levy. This will be collected by HMRC from April 2017 and calculated at 0.5% of payroll. In return, these Levy-paying employers will have a Digital Account from...
The Mitre team have been busy developing and refining their programmes ready for the 2016/17 season and these can now be found in the new Sports & Stadia brochure. The brochure outlines our Apprenticeships, Community Education and Overseas programmes as well as Workforce development programmes including Coach Education, Sports Development, Youth Work, Management and Leadership, Cyber Security, Stadia Safety, Health and Safety and First Aid.
What you need to know about the SFA's 2016-2017 Funding Rules and how they affect the way education and training is funded for employed and unemployed individuals in England The Skills Funding Agency has recently published their new funding guidance for the 2016-2017 Academic Year (viewed here). With the aim of simplifying the funding rules to reflect the plans for the devolution of skills and reform of apprenticeships they have produced a suite of funding rule documents. Key features to be aware of are from...
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