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.

Mar18

Plastic, not fantastic

#GlobalRecyclingDay

Plastic, not fantastic

Plastic, invented in 1907 by Alexander Parkes, was once seen as the brilliant material that could be made cheap, used once and thrown away without much thought. Yet now we know that all the plastic that has ever been made, is still intact on the planet. It can take hundreds of years to degrade, or in the case of polyestyrene, perhaps never.

Mar15

Red Nose Day

Red Nose Day

What did your work place do to raise money for Comic Relief?

Do you know what the day raises money for?

Mar11

Which choice is best for you?

Which choice is best for you?

We’ve spoken about the pros and cons of an apprenticeship and uni – there’s positives to both. The message we want to get across is that apprenticeships have changed, for the better. Ultimately when you choose your next steps after school it needs to be what you want to do. It’s not what everyone else is doing, not what your parents want you to do, it’s your decision.

Mar08

Another apprenticeship myth...

Categories // Marketing and Communication

Apprenticeships are just for those who are not academic? TCHC'S Marketing Executive, Beth, knows otherwise:

Another apprenticeship myth...

Brick layer, butchers apprentice, mechanic, plumber and farm hand. The typical, non-academic, job roles that may instantly come to mind when you think about what jobs are available by doing an apprenticeship.

Mar06

MYTH: "I already have a job, there's no need for me to do an apprenticeship."

MYTH:

I always thought apprenticeships were for school leavers and young people taking their first step on the career ladder. After enduring a turbulent time at school I’d left without any qualifications, however I’ve now been in employment for over 4 years. During this time, I’ve built up a wealth of knowledge and experience that I thought would stand me in good stead for my career.

Mar06

MYTH: Apprenticeships are just for 16-20 somethings

Bob - My thoughts when I was offered an apprenticeship.

MYTH: Apprenticeships are just for 16-20 somethings

So, I’m not a school leaver but I am an apprentice. I never thought a 40-year-old man like myself would qualify for a Network Engineer Level 4 Apprenticeship. When I was offered the chance I really had to think about the pros and cons and do some research, as I didn’t know much about it.

Mar05

MYTH: Apprentices don’t have any real responsibilities

MYTH: Apprentices don’t have any real responsibilities

Before becoming an Apprentice I assumed that I’d be given no important responsibilities. I thought I’d be making tea for the office and laminating every day (like an intern). I think it’s a common misconception that an apprenticeship doesn’t hold any real work place experience.

Mar04

Skills Training for Businesses

Skills Training for Businesses

Skills training within a business, whatever size that may be, is a fantastic way to improve and maintain productivity of employees.

What are the benefits?

Mar04

A Day in the Life of a Digital Marketing Apprentice

A Day in the Life of a Digital Marketing Apprentice

9:00: First thing I do to start off my day is checking all the company Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn pages and catch up with the rest of the marketing team. This is when I look to see what’s trending on each platform and checking the news for any relevant stories to share. I then go onto content planning. I write tweets and statuses ready for the day and schedule them on Buffer. Although I must ensure that everything is written in-keeping with the ‘voice’ of the brand, I really enjoy how creative I can be with this role, it’s never boring, I get to write about current and interesting trends and give things my own personal touch.

Feb22

Why You Should Work In The Care Sector.

Why You Should Work In The Care Sector.

There’s a stigma around working in the care sector. Here’s a few reasons why you should consider it:

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