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Successful Work Placement: Nic Ashcroft

Nic Ashcroft is currently on a work placement with St Helens Council working in the Queens Park Leisure centre. Nic started studying a level 2 in sport with Progress in […]

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Success at Progress – Gemma Temple

Gemma started with us in 2017, she had a keen interest in gym and fitness and wanted to become a personal trainer. Gemma started on the level 2 exercise and […]

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Where are they now? – Leanne Cross

Leanne started with Progress in February 2016 at our Maghull centre. Over the summer she attended a Fitness Instructor Level 2 programme for four months. After completing her Fitness Instructing […]

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Life Pro Tip: Creating your CV

The thought of writing a CV can be quite daunting: you’re sat in front of a blank piece of A4 paper which is waiting for you to type down all […]

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Football trial day with Sports First USA

In just 5 days Progress will be holding a football trial day along with special guests Sport First USA. Along with testing your skills, you will be monitored by Sports […]

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Students earn their FA Level 1 Coaching Badge

Congratulations to the following students from the Prescot Centre who have recently achieved their FA Level 1 Coaching Badge: James Charlsworth, Kyle Hayes, Andrew Fallon, Callum Laurie, Ryan Dean, Thomas […]

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Where are they now? – Adam Edwards

Adam started with Progress in July 2014 at our Sefton Goals centre. Adam left high school that summer and immediately started his career in sport. Over the summer he attended […]

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TWO Progress graduates gain apprenticeships at the Gateway to Wales Leisure Club!

TWO Progress graduates gain apprenticeships at the Gateway to Wales Leisure Club!  Sam Evans (red) joined us in 2016 and completed his Level 2 in Sport qualification and an Employability […]

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Why should I get an apprentice at my business?

The average Apprenticeship improves productivity by £214 a week Apprenticeships are a tried and tested way to recruit new staff, re-trainor upskill existing staff Apprenticeships can help you tackle skill shortages Learning can be done in your workplace, […]

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Liverpool ranked 147 out of 151for kids to progress through high school…

Liverpool is the fifth worst place in the country for children to progress through secondary school according to the government. In 2017, only 56% of Liverpool pupils reached the expected standard […]

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