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Case studies and profiles

How does Assured training solve business challenges?

Achieve your business goals with Assured - best in class in-house training, recognised by global leaders in learning and skills, City & Guilds and ILM.

Discover more about how organisations from industries including Engineering, Healthcare and Building Services Engineering, are addressing skills gaps through in house training.

We spoke to some of our Assured customers across the globe to understand what value training programmes are bringing to their business.

Our case studies

Healthcare, UK: Discover how our Avery drove greater retention of nurses and improved customer care.                           

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Leadership and management, UK: Learn how the League Managers Association used mentoring to support Football Managers with ILM.

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Engineering, UK: Find out how MCFT grew their business supported by bespoke training.                                                      

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Building services engineering, UK: Hear how recognised training opened up new opportunities for Napit training.       

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“City & Guilds supported Avery Healthcare’s solution to bridge the skills gap in the national shortage of Nurses. It has raised staff morale and supported staff retention. The quality assurance and robust nature of the programme has reinforced to the staff, residents and their families that the training and care delivery is of a very high standard”
– Shelly Parker-Wain, Avery Healthcare

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To be eligible you will initially need to meet the following criteria;

  • be operational for a minimum 12 months and registered at Companies House in the UK (or equivalent in country)
  • your programme is not a regulated or un-regulated qualification that sits on a UK, national or local qualification framework
  • your organisation owns or has the permission to deliver the programme and use Intellectual Property (IP) of the training content

Assured is suitable for employers, training providers and recognised professional bodies/trade associations or local governments/authorities. For professional bodies/trade associations there needs to be a clear route outlined and identified as the recognised professional body/regulator for the industry.