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Interserve Learning & Employment is a top training provider

Interserve Learning & Employment (ILE) has been named as one of the top training providers at the RateMyApprenticeship Awards.

ILE has placed fourth in a league table of 50 of the highest-rated training providers. The prestigious award celebrates training providers who have gone above and beyond in their delivery of apprenticeships.

The rankings are based solely on the reviews of apprentices. Prior to the awards taking place, apprentices were invited to share their opinions through the RateMyApprenticeship website. The feedback was then collated to create the rankings.

Due to COVID-19, this year saw the finalists being announced through a virtual ceremony which was hosted yesterday (Thursday, August 20). 

Interserve Learning & Employment is one of the largest training providers in England, currently supporting 4,000 apprentices in sectors which include childcare, hair, health and social care, passenger transport, merchanting and business skills.

Gregg Scott, Managing Director of Interserve Learning & Employment, said: “The apprentices do the judging and that’s why the RateMyApprenticeship award is special.

“We pride ourselves on delivering apprenticeships and learning experiences that support and motivate learners. It is fantastic to see that the apprentices we work with are enjoying their experiences with ILE.”

For more information on the range of apprenticeships that Interserve Learning & Employment offer, visit: https://learning-employment.com/apprentices/

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