Local training provider The Learning Foundry has been named a finalist in the national awards

Liverpool City Center based training provider shortlisted in the British Training Awards 2024 in the ‘Professional Services Initiative of the Year’ category.

Learning Foundry is a full service training provider offering courses for anyone over 16 in the Liverpool City Region and beyond. Their nomination at the British Training Awards recognizes their training offering in the housing sector, which is designed ‘by the sector, for the sector’ to ensure that industry staff provide the best possible service for the people in our communities.

As part of The Regenda Group, The Learning Foundry understands the challenges of housing and how important it is to support the learning and development of professionals in the sector.

The Learning Foundry was shortlisted from organizations including BT Group, Starbucks Coffee Company and NatWest, as well as public sector heroes, tech superstars, global titans and everything in between.

The British Training Awards 2024 set out to discover and celebrate organizations and individuals who are truly passionate about how learning and development play a role in building a thriving workforce.

This year over 300 entries were received from organizations across the UK.

Learning Foundry’s Head of Commercial Steve Blackburn says:

“Being named a finalist in the British Training Awards is a testament to the strength of The Learning Foundry’s offering to the housing sector and all the hard work our team is putting into supporting the professionalisation and development of the UK workforce. We are so proud to support colleagues in the sector up and down the country to ensure people in our communities live in safe homes.”

Nate Harwood, founder of New Possible and British Training Awards judge said:

“With entries increasing by 90% this year, judging was both a huge privilege and a real challenge. Congratulations to all the Finalists whose passion, dedication and talent help showcase the very best in British L&D.”

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in London on 19 June 2024.

Learn more about Learning Foundry on their website.

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