Derwent Training Association accredited to the matrix Standard

Derwent Training Association accredited to the matrix Standard

Derwent Training Association has been accredited to the matrix Standard, demonstrating the high quality information, advice and guidance we provide to applicants, employer and our learners. 

The matrix Standard is the international quality standard for organisations that deliver information, advice and/or guidance (IAG), either as their sole purpose or as part of their service offering. 

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Government boosts for Apprenticeships

Government boosts for Apprenticeships
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Chief Executive Officer Update - Attendance

Chief Executive Officer Update - Attendance

Since we last used the training centre in December many things have changed including a national lockdown, new variants of the virus occurring and an introduction of a vaccination programme. What has not changed is the risks from Covid still remain high. 

As a result of a discussion with the Chair of the Board and the Senior Leadership Team about re-engagement with face-to-face delivery the following action has been agreed:

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Join our Team - Electrical Trainer

Join our Team - Electrical Trainer

VACANCY - Electrical Trainer

Derwent Training Association has a unique opportunity to teach electrical engineering both in a classroom and in the workplace. This is a great chance to join an established independent training provider in the heart of North Yorkshire and work with a dedicated team of professionals. Derwent Training Association is a successful provider with achievement rates 15 points above the national average.

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Attendance Update - February Half-Term

Attendance Update - February Half-Term

Derwent Training has continued delivery of training from March 2020 throughout the pandemic, with only a break at Christmas. The pandemic is impacting us all.  We know this lockdown is affecting everyone, both physically and mentally, leaving people exhausted. We become snappy with each other and with our families. Neither of these is good, though each is understandable. 

We have a duty of care to our employees and our learners. We want and need staff to rest and stay well. This pandemic will be a long hauk. To that end, we have taken the decision to take the February half-term off. From Monday 15th February to Friday 19th February, we will stop working and be off emails. 

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