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  1. Getting new apprentices started
  2. Working with small numbers of apprentices
  3. Initial assessment of apprentices

Things to improve

  1. Reporting on progress of apprentices
  2. Providing the right training at the right time
  3. Communication with employers

Provider overview

Hart Learning & Development, part of the Hart Learning Group along with North Hertfordshire College, is a progressive L & D business which supports businesses of all sizes to engage with and invest in emerging talent.

We start with our clients' ambitions, plans and challenges in mind. Everything we do is about helping businesses to improve and grow.

We help businesses of all sizes to attract and retain the talent they need - whether that's working to engage young people about the world of work, recruiting and training the right talent, or providing opportunities for onward career progression.

We will help you to think about your apprenticeship programme, looking across the full range of business units and occupations in your organisation.

Apprenticeship training course

Carpentry and joinery (level 2)


Head office

Monkswood Way, Stevenage, SG1 1LA

  • not available At apprentice’s workplace
  • available Day release
  • not available Block release

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