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Employer reviews

Good (20 reviews)

Employer review details
Statement Percentage of employers that selected this as a "strength" Percentage of employers that selected this as "needs improvement" Total number of employers that selected this statement
Communication with employers 50% 50% 14
Reporting on progress of apprentices 18% 82% 11
Getting new apprentices started 90% 10% 10
Initial assessment of apprentices 86% 14% 7
Improving apprentice skills 83% 17% 6
Providing the right training at the right time 75% 25% 4
Adapting to my needs 100% 0% 4
Working with small numbers of apprentices 67% 33% 3
Training facilities 67% 33% 3

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Provider overview

Xtol Development Services Ltd are a training organisation based in South Yorkshire. We have delivered quality training in apprenticeships for over 15 years. Xtol focus in working with SME and Levy employers nationwide and offers personalised training programmes. We specialise in business management, compliance and logistics apprenticeships. Xtol deliver apprenticeships to a high standard, led by qualified and experienced trainers who plan and develop bespoke training packages. We are recognised as a good provider by Ofsted as of January 2022. They say, “Leaders work proactively with a range of partners and employers to expand the provision to ensure that it is sustainable and to meet the workforce development needs of employers”.

Apprenticeship training course

Supply chain warehouse operative (level 2)


Head office

Bent Head Barn, Widdop Road, Hebden Bridge, HX7 7AZ

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