• Barnett Waddingham
    Barnett Waddingham
  • Off-the-shelf L&D packages are a thing of the past…

    By The University of Lincoln

    The University of Lincoln strives to place its partners’ ethos and training needs at the heart of bespoke solutions. The recently crowned Times and Sunday Times Modern University of the Year 2021 welcomes opportunities to create specialised, industry-endorsed development programmes, which get to the heart of each organisation’s ethos and encourage the career longevity of its workforce.

    In-work education need not be restricted to an organisation’s sector or its range of roles. Your business may benefit from niche educational pathways tailored to your industry, yet additional programmes around sustainability, resilience, leadership, EDI, finance and marketing (as examples) can be incorporated to build a broader L&D strategy.

    Introducing these 21st-Century themes establish a broader knowledge base, enhance workplace collaboration and embed a culture of continued learning. The University of Lincoln’s Educational Partnerships team can support you in creating these pioneering programmes, tailored to your workforce.

    Online and offline teaching options, professionally accredited modules, industry-leading tutors and cutting-edge facilities all combine to deliver engaging and inspiring courses, designed to build the confidence and aspirations of your teams.

    For an informal discussion and training needs analysis, please contact the Educational Partnerships team via enterprise@lincoln.ac.uk.

    Details of existing programmes can be found at lincoln.ac.uk/businessengagement

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