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Coronavirus information for apprentices and employers
A source for information on the cornavirus and the impact on your apprenticeship and learning during this difficult time.
Aspiration Training is closely monitoring the ongoing outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), and we continue to proactively follow healthcare advice from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and government Health Authorities. We have a robust Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place to ensure we maintain our ongoing service levels to our customers through this outbreak. An active internal review group is meeting daily to monitor and assess the situation, and we are ready to implement additional measures should the need arise.
Aspiration Training fully embrace flexible and remote working and are set up to deliver teaching and learning to our apprentices through Smart Sessions and other online systems to ensure that our apprentices can continue with their apprenticeship.
A message from our CEO, Iain Salisbury
“I know these are unforeseen, uncertain and troubling times for everyone and in particular some of our key sector such as health & social care, childcare and dental nursing. We are taking our responsibilities to respond to coronavirus very seriously. First and foremost, let me promise you that looking after you – our learners and employers and the team here at Aspiration Training is our top priority.”
“I can assure you I am keeping abreast of all the latest government information, which I will be sharing with you on this hub. The information in this section will be updated regularly as the situation unfolds, so please be sure to keep revisiting and please share it with your colleagues as we need to come together to help each other through the challenge of the coming weeks and months.”
We are fortunate that as a business we are digitally focused and resourced, therefore we will still be able to support learners in progressing with their qualification remotely, which we already utilise. Our Vocational Coaches will be in touch with learners to arrange remote teaching sessions and to support them with work on their apprenticeship during this time.
You may still have a number of questions about what this means to you and your learning, so we have put together the below FAQ’s to help answer your questions. We will be updating these regularly and adding questions as they come in. If your question isn’t answered in this document, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
FAQ for learners
FAQ for learners
Coronavirus (COVID-19) the government have set out some specific guidance for apprentices and employers during this difficult time.
It outlines the changes that the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) is making to the apprenticeship programmes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the introduction of urgent government measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, and a rapidly developing situation, these guidelines reflect arrangements applied at the current time. This guidance will be kept under active review and updated regularly with further developments.
Here is a link to the government page so that you can keep yourself updated and informed with all the latest information relevant to you.