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It’s business as usual for Resource Group Apprentices

Following the instruction from the UK Government to only travel for essential work and the implementation of strict social distancing measures, Resource Group’s Training Solutions division are delighted to announce the successful implementation of a remote learning delivery model for the Level 3 Aircraft Maintenance Apprentices who are currently in learning with our aviation technical training business LRTT ltd. This includes Apprentices from a number of our UK based employers such as;

Airtanker
Babcock
Marshalls of Cambridge
Signature
Virgin
BA
Cobham
Textron
DHL
Bristow
Airbus
Affinity
Specialist Aviation
JMI (new not started)
British International Helicopters (New not started)
Britten Norman Academy (New not started)
GAMA
Easyjet
Bombardier
CHC Helicopters
Thomas Cook
Avalon
Lufthansa
Standard Aero
Thurston

Through an amazing show of commitment from our clients to our industry’s future, all current Apprentices will continue their academic studies including training packs and assignments via a remote hosting platform managed by our Apprenticeship Centre Team.

Those in the Development Phase of the programme will continue to use their time to consolidate their portfolio of evidence and prepare additional evidence to support their competence. All Apprentices will continue to benefit from the experience of our excellent assessment team who continue to work during these challenging times.

Those Apprentices who are in their final year of study, will continue with their End Point Assessment (EPA) preparation and with the support of the EPA organisation, will complete their assessments as planned.

Apprentice Centre Manager Petar Kacarevic said “The move to the remote delivery model has been positively received by both employers and Apprentices. Our employers have given their full support to keeping their apprentices on programme, despite challenging times for the sector. We will of course continue to support our sector wherever possible. We are in this together. Stay Safe.”

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