Home Office publish Prevent and Channel statistics (April 2018 – March 2019)
On 19 December 2019, the Home Office released Prevent and Channel statistics for the period April 2018 – March 2019. The full report can be found here.
Some key findings from the statistics are:
Guru Nanak Dev Ji was a Hindu, he was born in 1468 in what is now Pakistan.
When he was thirty years old he mysteriously disappeared for three days.
Then, when he reappeared, he began to preach the Sikh faith. He is the founder of Sikhism.
He spent the rest of his life teaching, writing and travelling around the world to discuss religion with Muslims and Hindu.
Recruitment for our apprenticeships programmes is well and truly underway. Please take a look at all our courses on offer. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to call the office or drop us as email and one of our team will be happy to help you.
We are very proud to say that Victoria Lavender is currently in South Africa representing England U-21s World indoor netball championships. Victoria is the Granddaughter of our Trustee Laurie and Finance Officer Gina. We wish her and her team all of our luck.
The Training Trust held their annual learner of the year awards on 21st May 2019.
The voting criteria was for nominees to have achieved three of the following:
- Be a pleasure to work with
- Demonstrate outstanding working relationships with: Employer / Tutor / Liaison Officer / Assessor
- Has achieved outstanding achievement at college and work
- Has demonstrated exceptional commitment to their vocational area
- Has overcome exceptional barriers to learning and work
- Has achieved over and above expected outcomes
An impressive 18 apprentices were nominated. It was a tough decision with so many excellent candidates but our overall winner was Billy Corfield who works at Clyde & Co and is undertaking a Level 3 Building Services Engineering Standard.
Billy was nominated by his employer as he has always expressed an interest in his work, he is always respectful and polite to all those he encounters, he works diligently observing all relevant safety standards and is a pleasure to work with such an enthusiastic apprentice. Billy has also been nominated by his Liaison Officer as he has had to overcome adversity due to a change of course part way through his first year. Despite this his tutor states that he had nearly caught up with his current class mates. He has passed all the exams he has taken so far. Additionally, he has excellent attendance and punctuality and good communication skills. He is polite, friendly and professional and is well respected by his employer who has given him glowing reviews. Everyone have been thoroughly impressed with all aspects of his performance.
Billy received a prize of £100.
Congratulations to all of our apprentices who received nominations. Also big thanks goes to those who took the time to nominate and to join us to celebrate.
On Friday 17th May 2019 the staff at Training Trust shut up shop for the day to show off their competitive streaks with a bit of bowling and golf fun. Congrats to our Admin apprentice Joe who headed home with a golf medal after showing off some impressive skills. Big thanks to the staff at North London Garages who joined us for the golf.
Our first group of individuals successfully completed and achieved their Level 3 award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS 7671:2018. Our 18th Edition tutor, Satawant Jandu, received great feedback from the attendees.
Chief Executive Mark Durham and Quality Manager June Gray enjoyed a lovely lunch courtesy of The Carpenters Company on the 6th March at Carpenters Hall in London.
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