TBG Learning continues to grow and is now one of the UK's leading youth and adult learning organisations.
More than 40,000 people accessed its services last year the majority from socially disadvantaged groups such as people with are long-term unemployed and for those with skill training requirements of basic skills needs, as well as those who need to upskill to improve their employability or career prospects.
They can choose from a wide variety of learning opportunities ranging from basic literacy, numeracy and English skills, through to computer engineering, which are delivered at TBG Learning's network of 15 learning centres throughout England.
Working in partnership with Learning and Skills Councils, Colleges of Further Education, Jobcentre Plus and Learndirect, TBG Learning has achieved a high success rate in assisting its clients to obtain the qualifications they need to progress to higher level learning and paid employment.
The organisation, part of the Rehab Group since 1995, has also established close links with employers in all sectors of industry who take advantage of its expertise in the delivery of Apprenticeships, Advanced Apprenticeships, NVQs and Basic Skills through Train to Gain.
TBG Learning is one of a limited number of providers to recently win a contract to delivery Apprenticeships to people aged 25+ in a new Government initiative.
TBG Learning is active in the communities in which it serves, sitting on a variety of training, regeneration and enterprise boards and initiatives. In addition, TBG Learning is an active member of the Association of Learning Providers (ALP), which lobbies Government and assists in policy formulation for the Post 16 sector.