Videos

Case study: what winning the Award means for Eyres Monsell primary school

In this video Kerry Hill, headteacher at Eyres Monsell primary school, talks about what receiving a Princess Royal Training Award meant to them and how they are working at tackling mental health in the education sector. Eyres Monsell received a Princess Royal Training Award in 2018 and again in 2021.

Case study: Home Instead Senior Care and the power of skills development to transform people’s lives

Home Instead Senior Care provides tailor-made, flexible care at home for the elderly to enable everybody to live independently at home regardless of their age. Training is at the heart of Home Instead’s strategy as their CAREGivers need to constantly adapt to the needs of their clients. This film follows CAREGiver Emma and provides insights from the L&D leads who design and deliver the training in the UK and also offers the perspective of a family member on the positive impact that highly skilled CAREGivers can have. Home Instead received a Princess Royal Training Award in 2016 for the outstanding dementia care training and were recognised again in 2019 for a new end-of-life care training programme.

Case study: providing media training opportunities to disadvantaged young people at Reprezent Radio

This video shows a look behind the scenes at Reprezent Radio, a South London radio station and social enterprise. Reprezent created the Sounds of Young London scheme to provide media training opportunities to disadvantaged young people. The practical training programme has seen an impressive number of young people into employment and gained commercial interest from some of the world’s biggest brands. Reprezent received a Princess Royal Training Award in 2018.

Case study: the impact of royal recognition on Green Lighting

The Princess Royal Training Awards is a new honour for employers in the UK who have created outstanding training and skills development programmes which have resulted in exceptional commercial benefits. Green Lighting is one of the recipients from the inaugural year in 2016.

Case study: transforming leadership at Ricoh UK

Ricoh is one of the recipients from the inaugural year in 2016. This global technology company needed to refocus employees on a strategic approach to business. They used staff to develop elements of the new leadership programme and encouraged self-discovery and ownership of learning. Outcomes include winning a new £5 million contract and a reduction of staff attrition by 10%.

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