At learndirect, we know a skilled, experienced workforce can dramatically improve bottom line performance. Happy and engaged employees mean higher levels of staff retention and lower recruitment costs.
As one of the largest integrated providers of courses and qualifications, training, e-assessment and employment services in the UK, we deliver the products, services and dedicated support your company needs to successfully recruit, train and nurture the best staff.
- Each year around 6,000 businesses equip their staff for success with learndirect
- We’ve already helped more than 75,000 businesses equip their employees with the skills needed to improve productivity
- 17,000 apprentices learn with us every year across 31 frameworks
- 225,000 people support their career ambitions with us every year
We’ll help you access funding
Many of our courses and qualifications are supported by the government and we can advise on all the funding available to your business. Helping your business to achieve outstanding results is at the heart of everything we do.
Why we’re different
But it’s not just our size and access to funding that set us apart. What makes us different is our approach. We believe our forté is the way we build lasting partnerships and create tailored solutions to drive your business forward.
We also know one size doesn’t fit all. Our solutions are scalable and tailored to meet your business’s needs in today’s rapidly changing global market.
Grow your own talent with our services
The full range of services that we offer means we’re uniquely placed to help you develop both new and existing staff. Working in partnership with you, we’ll not only attract and recruit employees for you, but we can train and develop them – as well as your existing staff.
Whether you’re a small business or a multi-national corporation, we’ll work with you to find a solution that’s right for you, your employees, and your business.
“learndirect has played a key role in supporting employers to develop the skills of their workforce by providing more flexible methods for people to train and has provided vital support in the community to help unemployed people to develop the skills needed to get and retain a job.”
Chris Humphries CBE, former CEO of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills