Our clients

Tesco are one of the worlds leading international retailers. Responsive and innovative, they are quick to recognise and respond to social change. Tesco are pioneering the trial of the Foundation Degree for Retail, a two year programme. This shows great commitment and vision from Tesco‚Äôs and their employees. Students who participate in this programme are given the opportunity to follow an academic path whist remaining in full time employment and gaining practical skills on the sales floor. Some students have an academic background whilst others have learnt their trade on the shop floor. For both it is the chance to demonstrate the ability to take on new theories and put them into practice, share learning with their peers and stretch the Tesco ways of doing things. As a qualification it aims to raise industry standards and promote cross fertilization of skills and knowledge ultimately raising the bar for the whole of the sector.  

The International School of Belgium, Brussels was established in 1951 and has over 1450 students from sixty two countries. They are accredited by the Council of International Schools and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

We work alongside the High School students aged from 16 to 18 delivering Master Classes for their Diploma Programme in Business Management for both standard and higher lever students. The school is pro-active in seeking out business partners that will bring mutually beneficial results as part of their relationship. Looking outside of the school for partnerships brings relevant business experiences to the students, giving them the advantage of having real life scenarios and case studies to bring their studies and theories to life. Many of their students move very successfully into higher education and careers.

The London College of Communication is part of the University of Arts and their Marketing School is recognised nationally as a leading specialist provider of vocational education and training for the retail sector. Their staff includes successful practitioners in London's thriving retailing industry and is also known for its sector-leading research. It is a credit to their organisation that they were chosen as one of the pioneers for the retail Centre of Vocational Excellence by the Learning and Skills Council.

The Fashion Retail Academy was founded in 2005 and is the first Skills Academy funded by a public-private partnership to train people for the fast-paced and exciting fashion retail environment. Key supporters are: The Arcadia Group, Marks and Spencer, Next, Tesco and The Home Retail Group. A new concept, the academy combines an inspirational London location, outstanding resources and work placements combined with Industry Expert Master Classes. A winning combination of innovative vocational training that sets up the next generation for success.

Manchester Metropolitan University is a forward-looking university which offers a breadth of vocational subjects at HE level and encourages links with businesses, professional bodies and local communities that contribute to and enhance the learning experience.
We are proud to be working with MMU Business School who were awarded 23/24 ('excellent') for the quality of its teaching by the Quality Assurance Agency.


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