Programmes that ISK implement that are aimed at improving employee performance, retention and development.
ISK works with employees that need just a little bit more help with either their numeracy or literacy competency.
Apprentice study groups are implemented by ISK to allow for apprentices from multiple companies to study together. A tutor helps the apprentices understand new concepts and solidify their grasp of important aspects.
These study groups provide an environment in which apprentices can grow.
The mechanical study group meets on Tuesday afternoons from 3pm to 5pm at ISK headquarters. Tutor Joe Spod has rich experience in the industry and helps to keep apprentices up to date with their book work.
If an employer has staff that do not currently hold a Class 1 License, ISK can facilitate the licensing process.
Stage 1 – Learner Programme, these weekly theory classes are held at ISK to help develop understanding of the road code.
Stage 2 – Restricted Programme focusses on driving and establishing good habits.
Stage 3 – Full Licence Programme includes defensive driving courses with third parties.
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Outward Bound have offered ten scholarships to ISK. Five courses across February, April, June, September and November 2022 are on offer to ISK member’s employees. Members can nominate employees that they feel are deserving. Applicants need to be between 18 and 26 years old.