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Lifetime Training Overview

Bristol, England (UK)
501 to 1000 employees
1995
Company - Private
Education Training Services
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Unknown
Established in 1995, Lifetime Training's founding principle was to support individuals and businesses to perform better through the delivery of outstanding training programmes.

Today this principle remains core to our business and has ... Read more

Lifetime Training Reviews

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Lifetime Training CEO Alex Khan
Alex Khan
31 Ratings
  • "Could be great if they can get the balance right."

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    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at Lifetime Training full-time

    Pros

    Great company induction, fantastic support from field staff and area manager. Great resources for learners.

    Cons

    Large caseloads that don't take into account the changes to wbl, visits take much longer now and take a lot longer to prepare for. Caseloads of 70 are not workable! Not enough time in the week to fit everything in that they want you to do. Staff are expected to find own leads...most field staff do not have time for this - it should be a focus of the sales team.

    Advice to Management

    Look at caseloads - staff do not have a good work life balance. Update equipment as a lot of it is very outdated. Let regional trainers focus on training not selling or finding new learners.

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Lifetime Training Photos

Lifetime Training photo of: Our DNA Behaviours
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Lifetime Training photo of: Receiving the Princess Royal Training Award
Lifetime Training photo of: Meet our HR Team
Lifetime Training photo of: Some of our New Life Changing People
Lifetime Training photo of: Our Ofsted Accreditation - 2016
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Lifetime Training Interviews

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    Regional Trainer Interview

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    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Lifetime Training in October 2017.

    Interview

    Online application followed by initial telephone interview.
    In principal this would have been okay but interviewer was 10 minutes late using it being Monday morning as an excuse! Not impressed at all.
    I was sent a brief prior to interview requesting specific information re experience relevence be prepared. Spent the evening prior to call note taking etc. It wasn't referred to once. Stunned.
    I had prepared a number of questions, particularly as I was looking to change careers, and interviewer tried to cut me short after 3 questions. Overall impression Poor.

    Interview Questions

    • If successful, I would be expected to do a further interview by doing a micro teach session on Skype - Did I know what Skype was?   Answer Question
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Lifetime Training Awards & Accolades

  • Ofsted Grade 2, Ofsted, 2017
  • Best Companies, Best Companies, 2017
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