Heritage Midlands homeware brand Charles Bentley have boosted their programme for developing their staff through a partnership with leading global development provider WELL Training.
Lianne Russell, WELL Training Director of Teaching Learning and Assessment, is in the running for the Empowering Potential Leader prize at the 2021 West Midlands Leadership Awards.
WELL Training director Lianne Russell has shared her experiences of how working practices have adapted with digital learning during the Covid-19 pandemic with members of leading professional association ANLP.
More than 350 people at risk of long-term unemployment across the Black Country have been helped towards work through two employability schemes by leading skills provider WELL Training.
The WELL Training team will continue to provide high levels of service for customers during the latest national lockdown.
Experienced HR and chief people officer Paul Kennedy has joined the board of West Midlands-based WELL Training as it works to grow its national and international customer base in 2021 while delivering apprenticeship programmes for leading brands.
A Black Country charity for survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence has received some Christmas cheer thanks to kind-hearted colleagues at staff development provider WELL Training. The team at WELL Training, based in
WELL Training, based in Wolverhampton, has been approved to offer the coaching professional level five apprenticeship, which was introduced by the Government to meet the growing demand for coaching to be professionalised.
Leading global staff training provider WELL used a tasty recipe of quick thinking and digital technology to deliver bespoke development courses for fast-growing digital business City Pantry during lockdown.
After a dramatic year like no other, employers must make sure they do not miss out on a Government cash incentive to take on an apprentice, writes WELL Training Director of Apprenticeships Jackie Wyke.