MOBILE
TABLET
LAPTOP
DESKTOP

Coronavirus advice and guidance for Employers

During these uncertain times, the health and wellbeing of all our learners and their employers is JTL’s top priority.

In-line with the Government’s directive to close all UK schools and further/higher education institutions, we have temporarily ceased all face to face training at our centres. We have now introduced a remote learning plan to ensure all our learners can continue and progress during this challenging period. This will enable JTL learners to continue with their courses under the expert guidance and support of the JTL team. 

JTL Apprentices and Trainees will be able to access a new suite of online resources which will be updated on a weekly basis. These resources will be available for all learners, whether learning at one of our Training Centres or a partner college. Furthermore, from Easter those studying at a JTL Training Centre will receive access to online tutor support.

We understand that this is a worrying time for many and we continue to monitor the situation closely and follow the advice given by Public Health England.

If your business is affected by the COVID-19 outbreak or you have any concerns, please contact your nominated JTL Training Officer immediately or call 0800 085 2308.

Below are some links offering advice and guidance that you may find useful as an employer and as a business during this time.



Public Health England Guidance

Employer Page image 1

This guidance is the most accurate and up to date guidance for anyone in any setting.

Click here to see guidance in full below

Public Health England Guidance Website



Government Funding and support available for businesses

Employer page image 3

The Gov.uk page COVID-19: support for businesses, provides updated details on the government response and support being made available. This includes the new job retention scheme, wage and sick pay relief.

Guidance for employers and businesses about Covid-19

Is your ECS card due to expire? The JIB have announced a 3-month extension.

Employer page image 2

For ECS Cards due to expire in March, April or May 2020, the original expiration date has now been automatically extended for a further three months.

Read more by clicking below.

ECS Card



ECA Free industry reavent webinars – various times – Register here

ECA Web

In these FREE webinar sessions ECA directors and experts will directly address the entire industry's queries and provide clear, up-to-date answers on the ongoing Coronavirus situation. 

Click below to find out more and register.

Free Webinar Sessions

Share this page