Learning Curve Group
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Learning Curve Group Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Industry
    Education Support & Training Services
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Education & Instruction

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Salary estimated from 289 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

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Rating is calculated based on 37 reviews and is evolving.



Customer Service Advisor in Spennymoor, Durham
on 29 April 2021
Fun and vibrant workplace
Great place to work very friendly from the management down. Everyone is very helpful towards each other and has a very good understanding of how to keep everyone happy.
Assessor/Trainer in Durham
on 10 October 2021
Fast-paced, unrealistic targets and expectations.
Dishonest managers, unfair treatment, unrealistic targets and expectations with minimum support. If any issues with your manager or a leaner etc. Communicate this to higher management or CEO, otherwise at end either you leave or they make you leave.
Data Analyst Trainer in Home Based
on 2 October 2021
A great workplace
I was the technical trainer at Learning Curve Group responsible for supporting learners achieve their Dell EMC exam and ultimately support them in achieving their apprenticeship. My job at Learning Curve Group was Data Analyst trainer. I was mostly working from home and on site on few occassions. I developed learning materials, deliver them to the learners
Quality Manager in Remote
on 1 September 2021
Excellent Career Development
When I first started at Learning Curve in 2019 I didn't have the ambition of working much longer in education or to develop my skills further to pursue career opportunities. However, upon starting working at head office as a moderator, I was quickly integrated into the quality team and given additional roles and responsibilities. I have benefited greatly from the health scheme that the company offer and whilst I was fortunate enough not to be placed on furlough during the lockdowns the company recognise the impact the pandemic was having on people and reduced our working week to 4 days. Working at Learning Curve can be challenging due to the fast pace we work so time management skills and self motivation are needed but this is also enjoyable as this challenge provides a feel good factor when you accomplish targets. This challenge and working alongside great team members, line managers and head of department lead me to apply for an IQA role which I successfully obtained. Shortly after this I was then appointed Quality Manager for Skills. This career development has happened over the course of two years due to the excellent development I have received from Learning Curve, this development has helped me further in the roles that I have had and allowed me thrive and be part of the team in a bigger way. My current workplace buddy for my new role and head of department are excellent and both give me further insight into aspects of workplace practices that are best practice, so I am always being developed further. The team that I am leading are new and are all developing together under our purple people core values so that learners are at the centre of everything we do. Working and developing the team is the most enjoyable part of my role along with carrying out observations for teaching and assessment as I get to see the great work other team members across the company are actioning to help our learner achieve. All the different departments work well together and working at Learning Curve you are quick to get to know other people helping form a good working culture across the company. Overall I am looking forward to undertaking my new role, being developed more and having more success at Learning Curve.
Assessor in Remote
on 27 April 2021
Avoid at all costs!
Poor work environment, you are required to work over hours due to high case load numbers, poor management and lack of support, along with a lack of progression.Working from home during the lockdown, before this I was averaging 1500 miles a month! So be prepared to travel, no consideration for the impact of staffs mental wellbeing, no matter how many times staff raised concerns for their mental health it was always brushed under the carpet to ensure KPI where met.Requirements and expectations change on a daily, so one process put into place will change the Week after. No opportunity given to gain further qualifications, only when they made staff sign up to complete Distance Learning courses to raise money! Total lack of regards to the fact staff where working 60+hours a week and still expected to complete these courses.Honestly I would not wish this job role upon my worst enemy!

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