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Learning Curve Group adopts new platform

Training and education provider Learning Curve Group has adopted a new platform focused on forging perfect business partnerships.

KliK aims to help businesses take recruitment in-house.

The software has been designed to connect the very best talent with career and development opportunities, and forge partnerships between like-minded businesses and communities.

Bosses say users of KliK’s technology can explore a diverse range of training courses, participate in an active community and connect with fellow members and businesses.

They add it will help Learning Curve Group promote its education and training solutions, highlight apprenticeship vacancies and establish meaningful business connections.

Emma Barrett-Peel, Learning Curve Group chief operating officer, said: “Our mission has always been to offer our education and training opportunities to those who need them most.

“We are also big believers in embracing the latest technologies and innovative solutions – and KliK is just that.

“This platform will undoubtedly make it easier for us to reach a wider audience, so we can have positive impacts on more lives and more communities across the UK.

“We are excited to see the potential it holds for stimulating success.”

Kelly Whitfield, KliK founder and chief executive, added: “Learning Curve Group’s dedication to advancing education and the national skillset alongside creating impactful relationships resonates perfectly with our purpose and vision.

“I believe this partnership will not only benefit Learning Curve Group but also contribute to the broader goal of shaping a more connected and prosperous business landscape.

“KliK has the potential to power an unlimited and wholly unrestricted number of platforms, from charities to associations, ESG, industry-specific careers and major projects.

“I strongly believe KliK is the future of education, training and business collaboration.”

March 8, 2024

  • Technology

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