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From enrolment to claiming and everything in between, Remarkable Wrap ensure compliance is at the heart of what you do. Regardless of your requirements or experience, their mission always remains the same: to leverage their skills and make your apprenticeships work.

In partnership with Remarkable Wrap we can support you in becoming an employer provider of apprenticeships and deliver the behavioral aspects on your behalf.

 

LoatesTraining’s HR & employment law courses are designed and delivered by Sarah Loates, founder of 5-star rated HR consultancy LoatesHR, and a practising senior HR consultant with over 20 years of experience across a wide range of company types and industry sectors. Sarah’s considerable personal hands-on HR expertise allows her to adopt a practical and business-focussed approach within her training.

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