All your employee learning in one place
The idea of a learning managed service may sound complex, but in essence it is very simple. Organisations of all sizes have found that consolidating the management of their training has been an effective way to save money, gain greater visibility and achieve consistency. While there's no one model that will suit every organisation, we offer a range of managed learning services that can each be tailored to your specific requirements.
End-to-end outsourced model
Establish Reed Learning as your in-house learning and development function - we will work closely with your leaders to create and deliver a learning strategy that keeps you competitive, compliant and contributes to your employee experience.
If accreditation is important for your employees, Reed Learning can manage all of your qualifications, through our network of certified qualification providers.
As well as our in-house team of tutors and facilitators we partner with over 200 training providers, making us well versed in supplier management. We can manage your training suppliers, or introduce you to suppliers of the courses and qualifications that you're struggling to find.
Managing training events can be a time consuming challenge, even if the courses are delivered online. Reed Learning's coordination services can take that headache away, ensuring people get to the events they need to be at.
Content curation, creation and delivery
With our in-house experts, network of suppliers, and almost 100,000 courses on our reed.co.uk course marketplace, we can find the content that you need, however niche the topic.
Apprenticeships are a productive and cost effective way to grow your business. But how do apprenticeships work, what are the benefits and risks and how do employers get involved? Here are some answers to common questions about the government scheme, including advice on how HR professionals can grow apprenticeships in their organisation.
It’s been a busy time for HR over the past couple of decades. Left in a bit of limbo after the heady days of industrial strife of the 1970s and 80s, in the 90’s HR professional were just starting to embrace a new role – that of business partner. Someone who worked alongside the business and for the business.
Taking on an apprentice for the first time when you’re unsure of what’s involved can seem daunting, but as experienced apprenticeship providers, Reed Learning is well equipped to guide employers through the process. Here we feature how Mark Ballard, Operations Director at Leathams, introduced HR apprentice Laura Crowther to the business. Six months on and he’s discovered that it’s not as complicated as he thought!