Awards and Accreditations
Daryl (Daryl Miller HR Project Manager) from Colchester Borough Council said “it has been a privilege to accompany ‘gingernut’ to the National Apprenticeship Awards. They are an excellent training provider and have been really supportive in getting CBCs apprenticeship programme launched in 2017/18.”
We along with Ginger Nut Media plan on continuing and growing the apprenticeship scheme not only within the digital marketing sector, but all sectors across the network.
In 2017 our sister company Ginger Nut Media were placed in The City & Guilds Top 100 Apprenticeships Employers. We are very proud to be within this list alongside names such as ITV, Santander, and Ford. Our aim is to provide the best opportunities for our apprentices across a wide range of work areas.
We were proud in 2018 to be added to the approved End Point Assessment Organisation register. This means for the Digital Marketer Level 3 qualification we are one of very few organisations able to end point assess the qualification.
Element 1 – Leadership and Management
Element 2 – Resource
Element 3 – Service Delivery
Element 4 – Continuous Quality Improvement
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- Inspire young people, particularly females, to pursue technology-related education and careers
- Create courses and qualifications which are valued by both IT employers and academics
- Support educators with industry-designed teaching resources and professional development
Ginger Nut Training are on the Skills Funding Agency’s register of training organisations. We are strong advocates for hiring apprentices and hold events promote apprenticeships and how invaluable they are. We are a main provider, hold a direct SME contract and are proud to deliver apprenticeships.
- Improve employment opportunities in the European Union
- Help raise standards of living help people to get better skills and better job prospects
- Help equip the workforce with the skills needed by business in a competitive global economy
1. Delivering the new apprenticeship standards – through support for curriculum development and teaching, learning and assessment strategies.
2. Supporting employer engagement – two-way street relationships between employers and providers.
3. Supporting leaders and those involved in governance to grow apprenticeships.
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