A very supportive and confident apprentice – Learner of the month in April 2017 – Demi Leigh Jones

Demi Leigh Jones is an Apprentice undertaking a Level 2 Diploma in Business Administration with Acacia Training and Development at Ford Primary School, Plymouth.

Grow Somerset Talent Awards 2017 – Our finalist Emileigh Gee

Grow Somerset Talent is a joint organisation of Colleges and Training providers in Somerset awarding apprentices, trainees and employers.

Government abandons GCSE rules for Early Years Qualification Level 3

This is great news for the Early Years Apprenticeship. You do not longer need a GCSE A-C in maths and English to start this apprenticeship.

Celebrating success – Silvalea Ltd our Employer of the Month

In one small corner of Devon, a local company Silvalea and training provider Acacia training and development are doing their best to dispel such notions of doom and gloom by celebrating the success of their joint working partnership with modern apprenticeships.

A happy Apprentice: Natasha Duncan working in Marketing at Mind Sports International

Natasha, 19, is doing her Marketing Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship with Acacia Training and Development at Mind Sports International in Plymouth, and she loves every minute of it.

A dedicated learner of the month November: Rachael Manson at Mount Gould

Rachael, 32, was so surprised and happy to receive the Acacia Training and Development award for ‘Learner of the month” in November 2016. She worked for years at the reception at Access Health Care at Mount Gould in Plymouth and wanted to progress in her role.

A fantastic Award Graduation on the Isle of Wight

On Thursday, the 10th of November, 42 Somerset Care staff from the Isle of Wight who have achieved a qualification in the last 18 months, were given their certificates during this yearly graduation.

Dyslexia did not hold him back – the amazing story of Gary Harris – Learner of the month

By making the style of learning appropriate for Gary, he has become an enthusiastic, confident and competent learner. With dedication and hard work, Gary achieved his Level 3.
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