A national training provider based in Worcestershire has impressed education watchdogs in their first ever Ofsted inspection.
GLP Training, which employs a team of 48 training and development experts, was praised by inspectors for its work in creating bespoke, on-the-job training for UK businesses who take on apprentices.
The Worcester firm, formed in 2014, works with national companies from the construction, facilities management, pharmaceuticals, retail, property and transport sectors, preparing people for jobs. In the past year alone they trained 150 apprentices on levy standards schemes, and more than 650 people on learning frameworks.
GLP Training’s founder and Managing Director Gemma Parsons said: “All our procedures and processes have been checked thoroughly by Ofsted and we are delighted to be given such a glowing report by inspectors. It’s a huge seal of approval and brilliant milestone.”