Unionlearn Quality Award Achieved


Mercia Partnership is proud to announce the achievement of the Unionlearn Quality Award for Apprenticeship Delivery.

The unionlearn Quality Award is developmental and aims to support providers to reach the highest possible standards when working with unions.

Unionlearn were particularly impressed by our “commitment to working with the PCS union and their union members”.

To find out more about Unionlearn, you can visit their website here.

Supporting Teaching and Learning Registration of Interest

For those of our learners that have attended the Open Day at Great Sankey High School, or have successfully completed the Supporting Teaching and Learning Award at St Joseph the Worker, Fiddlers Lane Community Primary School, Linaker Children’s Centre or Waterloo Children’s Centre we are pleased to post the STL Guide and Registration of Interest form should you wish to progress.

The STL Guide contains information on courses, eligibility and the options open to you with regards to funding. Please enter as many details as possible on the Registration of Interest form in order for us to process you registration.

Should you have any questions please contact us.

Mercia Apprentice wins at LCR Apprenticeship Awards



We’d like to offer our congratulations to Adam Hill, a Mercia Apprentice at Proper Geeks, who has won an award at the prestigious Liverpool City Region Apprenticeship Awards last night.

The awards celebrate the region’s best and brightest young apprentices as well as the employers who support their training and career development.

Click to find out more about becoming an Apprentice or about hiring an Apprentice for your company.


Adam Hill being presented his award.

Adam Hill being presented his award.

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Mercia Apprentice Shortlisted for Prestigious Award

Photo courtesy of Wirral Globe

Photo courtesy of Wirral Globe

Three Wirral apprentices have been shortlisted for the prestigious Liverpool City Region Apprenticeship Awards, with one being trained by Mercia Partnership.

Adam Hill, 20 and from Seacombe, was trained by Mercia Partnership and works for ProperGeeks, a computer repair company, in a customer service and repairs role.

We’d like to extend Adam our congratulations and best of luck for the Awards, with the winner announced at the gala award ceremony at St George’s Hall in Liverpool on March 12.

To find out more, please read the article from the Wirral Globe, the GMLPF or the LCR Skills for Growth website.