The landscape of skills development and training over the last year has shifted and altered dramatically month on month, as various sectors both in public and private industry, have had to adapt to new ways of developing their people.
This year, we are celebrating initiatives throughout Learning at Work Week with the ‘SFJ Awards Connecting People through Virtual Learning’ Impact Award. The award will recognise winners independently from the public and third/charity sector, as well as L&D programmes put forward by private sector employers.
"I would say the investigating and information gathering aspect is the most enjoyable and interesting when it leads to solving a problem for a Centre or identifying new opportunities to make continuous improvement to our services. "
Employers already have enough to consider when delivering and assessing Apprentices for the Business Fire Safety and Operational Firefighter Standards, often on top of many other training requirements. This step to ensure Apprenticeship leaders can safely and securely procure sector-specific services from SFJ Awards, taking the hassle out of EPA, means managers can get on with the job of providing exceptional employer-led apprenticeships, in the knowledge that our team will guide them through the robust EPA process, to succeed.
"My role as Lead Qualifications and Product Development Officer in the Contracts and Products Team involves supporting the development, review and management of our qualifications, assessments and other accreditation products to ensure they are fit for purpose and meet our customers’ needs."