Covid-19 Statement

TCHC Group has responded to the advice from the Government and we are fully embracing social distancing to minimise risks to our employees. After putting stringent safety measures in place we’re pleased to announce that our offices and training centres have re-opened. Visitors to our offices must pre-arrange via telephone on 01923 698430. Where access to our offices or centres is unavailable, we’d like to advise our customers, clients and partners that we can offer a very extensive range of remote and distance learning options. Please contact us on onlinecourses@tchc.net or view our online offer for more information.

For more information on the coronavirus please seek information on gov.uk/coronavirus or nhs.uk/coronavirus 

A copy of our office risk assessments can be found here: Watford, Stansted, Clacton, Ipswich, Peterborough and Thurrock.

May13

Mental Health and the Work Place

Mental Health and the Work Place

Today signals the start of Mental Health Week.
Conditions of which have grown dramatically in the last 10 years (a study found between 1996 and 2006)

May08

Happy Birthday Sir Attenborough

Happy Birthday Sir Attenborough

Sir David Attenborough turns 93 years old today.

The man that said he’d only started making programmes as he enjoyed observing nature, who met with -then President- Obama back in 2015 to discuss the challenge of climate change. Has authored documentaries that showcase the natural world in the hope that it’ll inspire society to take steps to preserve its natural beauty.

We look back at his great achievements and the impact he has had on what we know about our planet and how we view nature.

May02

Exam stress

Exam stress

Exams. A small word with a lot of weight added to it.

Stress around exams is perfectly normal but don't let it take over. And do not be convinced that good exam results are essential to a great career. 

May01

More than one route or choice

More than one route or choice

Throughout mandatory schooling, it is drummed into us that the only way forward is to pass exams, finish school and progress into further education, i.e. A Levels and University. Getting a job straight after school is frowned upon as mediocre.

 But, as recent statistics show that many graduates are in fact, over-educated for the jobs they have ended up in, post university, do we honestly not have an alternative -perhaps better option- than A Level -> University?  

Yes, you do.

Apr29

Community Connections: Sara's story

Community Connections: Sara's story

“I was lost and without much support before being referred to Realise Futures.”

Apr24

The Uprising of Social Media Influencers

The Uprising of Social Media Influencers

 As much as people are quick to complain about social media’s effect on their children, partners, themselves, it has become an everyday part of our lives. There are now thousands -if not millions- of ‘influencers’ making a living -and a considerable one at that- out of their presence on social media.

Apr15

Revision Tips Survival Guide

Revision Tips Survival Guide

With the dreaded GCSE exams fast approaching next month, it’s important to find a revision technique that works for you. Don’t worry if you haven’t started yet – we’ve got your back!

Apr09

No chance of your dream job? Not true – help is out there!

No chance of your dream job? Not true – help is out there!

Do you feel disengaged at school? There were 808,000 young people (aged 16 to 24 years) in the UK who were not in education, employment or training (NEET) in January to March 2018. Majority of these young people are not facing complex barriers to learning– they’ve simply become disengaged.

Mar21

Opportunity Suffolk: Roberts story

“Robert is happy that things are beginning to change in his life.” Jan- Inspiring Aspirations Advisor

Opportunity Suffolk: Roberts story

Robert came to Opportunity Suffolk, having ‘lost all hope’ and being out of work for over four years. 

Mar20

Opportunity Suffolk: Kersty's Story

Opportunity Suffolk: Kersty's Story

"Once I had someone to talk to, it made me realise I could do things”

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