National Awarding Organisation, NCFE, has won a contract with leading training organisation, Talent Training, for its apprenticeship provision.
This follows on from an existing successful partnership between the two organisations. Having worked together on the design and implementation of the Level 2 Diploma in Customer Excellence in the Logistics Sector, Talent Training chose to work with NCFE following a review of its apprenticeship provision, with a particular focus on service.
Newcastle-headquartered NCFE has strong customer service credentials, having been named as one of the Top 50 Companies for Customer Service for two years running.
With Functional Skills a priority for Talent Training, NCFE’s wraparound service and six-day turnaround of Functional Skills results, as well as the support the qualification provider offers its customers, were the key reasons for Talent Training’s decision to work with NCFE.
The substantial contract will see NCFE provide high quality full and part apprenticeships in a variety of sectors, which will enable Talent Training to help its learners develop the essential skills and experience to get on in the workplace.
Esme Winch, Managing Director of NCFE, commented: “We’ve had a good relationship with Talent Training for the last couple of years, so we’re delighted that the organisation has made the decision to switch a lot of its apprenticeship provision to NCFE.
“Talent Training is very proactive to employer training needs, developing bespoke programmes, so we plan to work with them to meet their employer-specific goals as well as providing high quality apprenticeships. We look forward to continuing to strengthen our relationship with Talent Training going forward, for the ultimate benefit of learners who study our qualifications.”
Sam Morgan, CEO of Talent Training, said: “We’ve enjoyed working with NCFE in the past, and were impressed with its reputation and awards for its customer service and its strong Functional Skills offer. NCFE has worked closely with us to ensure a smooth switchover and we’re looking forward to continuing to work collaboratively together.”