Remit Training
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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Development Coach in Nottingham/ working from home
on 23 September 2020
Good people to work with
Unfortunately my time working for remit was only short due to coved 19 and being furloughed for most of my time there hence the average rating, but in the time I was there everyone seemed very friendly and helpful.
Learning Support Coach in Field Based. HQ Nottingham.
on 3 January 2021
Innovative, creative, forward thinking company.
Positive environment with peer support and good teams. Progression and CPD positively encouraged.. Great people, fantastic company.My job was field based but the team met monthly at the head office in Nottingham. Company paid for overnight stay at Premier Inn for those living more than 2 hours away.
Development Coach in Nottingham
on 17 September 2020
Not the best Company but not the worst?
It started off okay with Remit. My interview took place with the line manager (who got the sack days after i started for dodgy dealings) and the new regional manager (who left weeks after i started as she wasn't happy there) So back to the interview... It took place in a pub :/ which i found so odd for a company who had such a good reputation for professionalism? Moving on, the interview went well... salary was good for the job role as well as the Company car/Cash equivalent. I chose the cash equivalent as i already had a car. (Although after a few months my car broke down and the director basically told me i had to have the company car and ordered it even though my would of been fine with a new battary!) With a new regional manager in place (the directors friend) She was lovely and supported me well. She soon got the sack for dodgy dealings... i left just short of 2 years as i can not work for a company that does these kinds of things its just not good!! They used to fraud exams, try and get us to sign document that where not true and all sorts of other rubbish. If they have changed their ways and cleaned up their act then maybe they would be a good company to work for as yeah the benefits were great they just needed to look after their managers better and keep an eye on them. Oh and the Director was a dragon, she used to scream and shout at the Tutors when she was in a bad mood ;/ Scary lady!
Development Coach in South East London, Greater London
on 19 June 2020
Remit training
There is a lot of support and training offered. Good standardisation practice. Transparency and decency through the layers of management is remarkable. It’s a dedicated training organisation with ethical working practice and great team spirit.
Learning Support Coach in South East
on 29 January 2020
Good company.
Good company. Job was field based. Staff retention a bit erratic due to workloads/stress. Company was growing faster than it could keep up so added extra work to employees. This has probably changed now.
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