Hertford Regional college is defined by our communities so we have chosen partners that deliver high quality, learner-focused courses which support our ethos. This means we are able to offer exciting learning opportunities in a range of locations to suit individuals and employers.
Our subcontracting partners include:
"Buttercups Training provides a flexible approach to education via blended learning; we have delivered apprenticeship programmes nationwide since 2007. We are a highly reputable company which for many years has delivered high quality training programmes to
pharmacists, managers, pharmacy technicians and support staff working in hospitals, the community, dispensing doctors practice and the Armed Forces. We believe that our ability to communicate directly with our learners is one of the key factors to a successful learning experience. Buttercups Training currently deliver apprenticeship in pharmacy programmes at both Level 2 and Level 3."
Flexible Training Ltd
"Flexible Training Ltd are currently delivering Level 2 and Level 3 Apprenticeships as well as Diploma Level 2 in Health and Social Care, as a sub-contractor for Hertford Regional College. Flexible Training also deliver a range of day courses, either on our premises or at the employers location if required, i.e. Moving & Handling, Safeguarding, Basic first aid, The Care Certificate, Medication awareness , Epilepsy, Health and safety, to name a few."
Learning Innovations Training Team
"Learning Innovations have been successfully delivering business and management Apprenticeships for over 10 years across Yorkshire with consistently high success rates. We have built excellent relationships with employers and learners through our focus on quality, impact and support. We pride ourselves on being an approachable, efficient, flexible and responsive team of people who can change and adapt to the demands of learners and employers in order to achieve the best outcome for all."
New Generation Training and Consultancy (NGTC)
"Based in Greater Manchester, New Generation Training and Consultancy (NGTC) is an independent training provider that works across the country with the aim of being the ‘Industry-leading provider to the Stadium Events and Hospitality sector for all their training requirements’. The organisation was established over ten years ago and has developed to be an important regional and national resource for many professional sporting clubs and event organisers for spectator safety, customer service and business improvement strategies.
We work to achieve to remove the barriers to employment and entry into employment facing minority and disadvantaged groups. Through our network of blue-chip clients, we are able to source candidates, train and place into sustainable employment.
As a partnership organisation we have access to a wide range of expertise in Spectator Safety, Health and Safety, CCTV, Customer Services and PREVENT."
Halifax Opportunities Trust
At Halifax Opportunities Trust we’ve been working to make vibrant multi-cultural and self-sustaining communities across Calderdale since 2000. We are a registered charity and our work with communities takes many different forms across a wide variety of projects but it’s all driven by the same core values: we care, we are enterprising, we collaborate and we are committed.
We structure our work into 5 key areas that we know are important to making thriving communities and these are: Employment, Learning, Wellbeing, Enterprise and Children & Families. The Trust is a well-established and highly regarded work based learning provider registered with the ESFA to deliver work-based apprenticeships
Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue
Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service have been delivery partners with the Princes’ Trust for five years delivering the Team Programme to young people between the ages of 16-25 years of age that are not in education employment or training. It is a 12 week full time development programme which is delivered from five locations within the county; Watford, Hemel Hempstead, Welwyn Garden City, Baldock and Hoddesdon. The programme is free to attend and does not affect a young person’s benefits. 3 out of 4 young people that attend the Team programme move on to work, training or further education.