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Qualitrain case study

qualitrain-logoTrack record of delivering success

Qualitrain is a leading engineering training company, providing businesses with practical skills and advice for implementing improvements to engineering processes with EAL qualifications at the very heart of its success.

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Fox Wire case study

Fox-Wire-logoApprenticeships are the future for Sheffield manufacturer

An ageing workforce and the drive for continuous improvement has seen Sheffield manufacturer Fox Wire take on apprentices for the first time in many years.

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Coleg Y Cymoedd and GE Aviation case study

Longstanding partnership between college and employer brings benefits to both

colegColeg Y Cymoedd and GE Aviation have worked together for more than 30 years. This cooperation has seen both parties benefit and grow as a result, and it has provided jobs for hundreds of learners over the years.

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Pembrokeshire College case study

Pembrokeshire College chooses EAL electrical qualifications

pembrokeshire collegeChoosing the right awarding organisation is an important part of ensuring that learners get the best possible start to their careers, as well as providing a highly skilled workforce for employers.  But equally, the choice of awarding organisation can have a significant impact on staff delivering qualifications and managing curriculum.  A close relationship with expert External Verifiers (EVs) and good communications are as important for training providers as the quality of training is for learners and employers.  A good awarding organisation will provide all of the above – and make the switch from another provider easy.

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Tresham College case study

Tresham College and EAL make plumbing work

Tresham College logoEAL and Tresham College have worked together to deliver a suite of plumbing qualifications that have launched the careers of many learners, and given the teaching staff at the college the chance to concentrate on what they do best.

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