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The public sector employs millions of people to deliver services that are vital to national development, health and wellbeing

Our public sector e-learning solutions support government training across the UK. It helps employees deal with the challenges of ongoing consolidation alongside significant budgetary pressures and ever-changing political priorities.

Efficiency measures that can maximise productivity and minimise public spending are being prioritised, requiring cost-effective learning solutions that deliver high-impact results.

As a major employer, high-quality continuing professional development is an essential talent recruitment and retention tool within the public sector. The culture and conduct of the sector is also highly scrutinised. Making sure that all employees are in compliance with the spirit and letter of regulatory requirements is essential, including those working for third-party providers.

Walkgrove provides forward-thinking, bespoke public sector e-learning and blended learning programmes that are an essential part of the government training toolkit. Whether the topic is compliance or cultural change, we deliver within tight timescales, maximise cost-efficiency and deliver exceptional outcomes for large and diverse groups of learners.

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Examples of our work

Camden and Islington Council – Making every contact count

Video-based training to have conversations about wellbeing

DWP – Criminal investigation and security

Criminal investigation and security training

Home Office – Business continuity

E-learning module to raise awareness of business continuity for all 3,500 staff

Homes & Communities Agency – Carbon management

Two-hour blended programme covering carbon management, delivered to 10,000 learners

NHS – Effective communication

Effective communication training focused on the patient journey

Scottish Government – Training for Approved Medical Practitioners (AMPs)

Mandatory classroom based training for all Approved Medical Practitioners (AMPs) practising in Scotland