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  • Provider Type/Support
  • Trade Associations/Membership orgs
  • National Delivery Service available
  • We offer national delivery
  • We deliver apprenticeship training to:
  • Levy Paying and Non Levy Paying Employers
  • Training options:
  • Online

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  • Promote-ED
  • Online Social Profiles
  • Location
  • Kansas
    United States

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About Us

Promote-Ed has been created from a desire to make a difference to the education sector through promotion, the sharing of issues and campaigning for a positive change.

Established in 2020 and launched in less than 10 days we are an Ed-tech business with a difference.

Created through personal experiences, which affected over 5,000 people in the most traumatic manner, our passion is to ensure it never happens again. Through building a collaborative network of practitioners, who can debate openly. we have a vehicle and voice to promote both their businesses and organisations whilst ensuring that the positive work of the sector as a whole is recognised.

Running a business within the education sector can be a lonely place, even for some of the largest providers (Colleges, Schools, Independent Training Providers or in the third sector or employers). Policies are often clear but the guidance that support them are confusing, widely open to interpretation and policed by regulators on an inconsistent basis. This has to change. Sanctions for poor performance or breach of the rules and regulations must be applied consistently and lessons learnt for everyone else.

Our aim is simple, remove the confusion, support practitioners and make the sector stronger.

We will not:

  • Investigate scandal, create scandal for readership or those that want to spread rumour and cause grief
  • Action calls from whistle-blowers, there is a formal process for this to happen and this should be followed consistently
  • Moderate comments on any articles and news produced that don’t follow our aim and core principles for the service.
  • Receive ‘leaked’ documents and use them for a purpose that suits us
  • Run conferences where we profit from with civil servants and others providing their services to us free of charge
  • Promote any individual provider, our belief is strength lies with collaboration not competition.

We will:

  • Act open and honestly
  • Be ‘the’ vehicle to promote our brilliant sector in all its guises
  • Challenge politely and constructively where our regulators issue guidance or policy which is neither workable or confusing
  • Become ‘the voice’ of the sector with the biggest level of participation across our various markets
  • Effect beneficial and positive change
  • Become the trade body for the sector which is truly independent – you will be able to come to us without fear of leaks and spins on your issues.

This is not a business that has been established for profit. Any surpluses will be utilised to promote the sector via bursary or other means and we would welcome views on how we can develop an open and transparent approach to this as we go forward with Promoting Education.

Promote-Ed will only achieve it’s aims with your support and most importantly your participation. Built and supported by practitioners for practitioners to make the sector more resilient and successful and above all promote success. It is now over to you.

Join us in the journey to a better, positive education sector.

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Promote-ED Blog Article

Posted on 26/06/2020 by Promote-ED

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Posted on 08/06/2020 by Promote-ED
The Apprenticeship Guarantee: Promote-Ed Survey Results and Findings

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Posted on 05/06/2020 by Promote-ED
The Skills Market Must Not Operate in a ‘Bubble’ Peter Marples

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Posted on 05/06/2020 by Promote-ED
Friday Thought Piece – ‘Online Apprenticeships Patrick Tucker

During the COVID-19 crisis there has been a great push to utilise technology for the benefit of all, this is to be... View More

Posted on 04/06/2020 by Promote-ED
The Boris ‘Guarantee’- It’s a Positive Commitment – But is it as easy as it Sounds?

First of all, let’s applaud the PM on his comments yesterday about the impact of COVID-19 on young people and... View More

Posted on 25/05/2020 by Promote-ED
Post COVID-19 Recovery

Many of our members will have seen our report:  Post COVID-19: Revitalising the Skills Market to a New Normal... View More

Posted on 23/05/2020 by Promote-ED
Published Report: Why the Apprenticeship Levy is broken and how to fix it

Earlier this year the “think tank” EDSK produced a report “Runaway Training: Why the Apprenticeship... View More

Posted on 16/03/2020 by Promote-ED
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Posted on 27/06/2020 by Promote-ED
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Thoughts and ideas about governance are in constant fluctuation, therefore making it difficult to describe what governance... View More

Posted on 12/06/2020 by Promote-ED
Change: from Chaos to Control

At the end of February, I came back from a brief trip to Australia. Whilst I was there, I first became aware of the... View More

Posted on 12/06/2020 by Promote-ED
Friday thought leadership – ‘Agile Leadership

I have recently been involved in a situation where I am going to bring into this article agile leadership, especially... View More

Posted on 11/06/2020 by Promote-ED
Mergers & Acquisitions due to COVID-19

It should be no surprise that Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A’s) have slowed down during COVID-19 (CV19),... View More

Posted on 14/02/2020 by Promote-ED
Apprentices who need access to Learning Support

We have had a number of apprenticeship providers request information pertaining to ESFA audit requirements on the... View More

Posted on 13/02/2020 by Promote-ED
Change of Control with ESFA Contracts

We have been contacted by numerous providers over the past 2 weeks concerning issues with Section 37 of the funding... View More

Posted on 12/02/2020 by Promote-ED
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Posted on 12/02/2020 by Promote-ED
Quality And Ofsted

Monitoring Visits – A Stick or a Carrot? Join the debate and read the full post in the Promote-Ed Forums... View More

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