Snow and icy winds continue to grip many parts of the UK with worse still to come, but it’s business as usual for Brooks and Kirk Assessor Training.
The Met Office is warning of further heavy snow and plummeting temperatures in the days ahead. In response to this news, motorists are being urged not to travel unless it is absolutely necessary and many schools and colleges have been forced to close. This is leaving many students unable to study at this important time of year.
Speaking on behalf of Brooks and Kirk Assessor Training for our Flake News report, Steve Kirk said –
This is a very important time of year for students and not being able to attend college can have a negative impact on a learner’s studies. Thankfully, the unique way Brooks and Kirk deliver their NVQ Assessor Training means that their learners can study anytime, anywhere and at a pace that suits them. Bad weather is not a barrier to the success of our learners, nothing is.
Snow So, whilst many students will be locked out of college and unable to study it would appear that Brooks and Kirk learners can just carry on as normal. Meaning their dream of becoming an NVQ Assessor will be that much closer, but no excuses for a few days off… Sorry!
But, for those of you that are snowed in and working away, here’s a dog telling snow related joke just to brighten your day up a bit!
And that’s our Flake News for today!