GRH Training Consultancy Ltd was established by Gillian Rothery in 2007. The Company is based near Rye and since its formation has been involved in making a difference to people in the community.
The first few years of the Company saw Gillian delivering freelance training in the welfare to work sector working in partnerships with local organisations in this field. More recently the company has expanded by becoming a training provider for East Sussex County Council’s Family Learning Contract covering the Hastings, St. Leonards, Bexhill and Rye. The company also works further afield in Eastbourne, Hailsham, Ticehurst, Lewes, Seaford, Ringmer, Chailey and Peacehaven areas.
GRHT’s vision is to maintain its current contract and to develop into other areas utilising the skills of a greater number of Associates as well as continuing to benefit the community by helping individuals increase their confidence and widen their skills.
To provide easily accessible and rewarding adult-led courses to benefit the community
GRHT delivers a high standard of professionalism with tutors creating the most relaxed and fun environment for learning to take place.
GRH Training [GRHT] has received a Highly Commended 1066 Business Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Community Award
because of its achievements to date
GRHT has developed and delivered a wide range of bespoke training courses giving a large number of local people an awareness of recruitment processes.
GRHT has worked in partnership with many organisations which includes the Job Centre, local colleges, schools, children’s centres and large local employers.
GRHT highly values the many local tutors who now work for us as Associates.
GRHT has provided a service to Adult Education at Claverham College.
GRHT has assisted in taking business projects into Senior Schools.
GRHT has worked in local primary schools and children centres providing a range of courses including Numeracy and Literacy.
Listed below are organisations that GRH Training has worked in partnership with and some of the achievements to date
Delivering their Skills for Jobs Contract funded by the Learning Skills Council
Delivering Pre-Employment Training (PET) Courses in association and working with Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs)
A total of 220 people were trained and methods of delivery refined to meet the diversity of the learners who were from various social inclusion backgrounds and included the Hardest to Help Contract
Courses run for those recently made redundant - New Beginnings, Skills for Jobs, Seeds of Change
Delivered courses for the Best Project - How to Sell Yourself, Skills for New Beginnings
Career Skills Programme running a course for those in the Construction sector to understand the recruitment process
Delivered a Level 2 Certificate - Accessing Lifelong Learning Course at Hollington Primary School the aim of which was to mentor Learning Champions to create a learning culture in the community
The selected Family Learning Contract training provider working with 11 local primary schools and 20 children’s centres delivering over 100 courses touching the lives of hundreds of local families.