Have Yourself a Juicy Little Christmas!

Baubles

The decorations are up, the presents have been wrapped and we’ve managed to catch the last posting date for our Christmas cards… Phew!

And that has been quite a feat, as here at Juice Learning we’ve been busy, busy, busy…

As it’s been a while since we last posted an article on the blog, we felt that it was high time, particularly as it’s nearly Christmas, to update you all on what we’ve been up to over the past couple of months and what’s in store for us in the New Year:

Deck the Wards…

Our specialist NHS teams continue to deliver our long-term Customer Service/Patient Experience programmes with both East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust and Croydon Health Services NHS Trust respectively.

With thousands of staff having been engaged across both of these programmes over the course of 2013, we are delighted to have seen overwhelmingly positive evaluation feedback on these two large-scale programmes.

Participant comments such as: “One of the most inspirational courses I have attended” andExcellent, thoroughly enjoyable and beneficial to the Trust and its drive forwards.” along with hundreds of others like them have warmed our cockles and filled our hearts with festive cheer!

With more sessions to deliver in early 2014, Juice Learning looks forward to seeing these projects reach their conclusion into the beginning of next year and paving the way for ensuring the longer-term cultural impact of our interventions.

All I Want for Christmas is you… home in one piece…

Our ever expanding portfolio of Behavioural Health and Safety clients have seen some great programmes delivered for them in 2013.

Our national H&S tour for Cemex came to a close in November, concluding a series of 18 live events with a high impact session co-delivered by Behavioural Safety specialists, Andy Thomas and Scott Worsfold alongside a team of our actors.

We have been delighted to deliver throughout 2013 a number of very successful live events for GKN across a variety of their UK sites and are currently exploring a range of options for a more expansive programme of works moving forwards.

Other notable Health and Safety projects in 2013 have included work with: The London Legacy Development Corporation, Toyota Manufacturing UK, Suttons Group, DB Schenker, EDF Energy and Manchester Metrolink.

…and a Happy New Year…

2014 brings a host of exciting new client relationships and projects into the Juice Learning fold.

Commencing immediately in the New Year, Juice Learning with a team of over 20 people descends upon the Wylfa Nuclear Power Station in Anglesey to deliver a unique 7-day ‘residency’. While the plant is undergoing its scheduled shutdown period, we have been granted access to a variety of locations across the site where we shall be staging a high-impact Behavioural Safety ‘Experience’ to the entire workforce.

We are also delighted to be in the research and development phase of a brand new Health and Safety training project with Western Power Distribution, which we hope, after a regional pilot, will see us delivering an innovative behavioural change programme to the entire workforce of over 6,000 people.

Other clients with whom we are working in 2014 include: Willmott Dixon, GS Fresh, DB Schenker, Essar and Myers.

You’d better not pout, I’m tellin’ you why… Juice are Coming to Town!

And finally, news just in…

Following on from our highly successful free demo event at the Churchill War Rooms last year, Juice Learning are delighted to announce that we’ll be returning to London in Spring 2014 for a brand new, Health & Safety showcase, in our own uniquely engaging and entertaining delivery style.

Details are being finalised, however, we’ll be communicating a date, venue and agenda early in the New Year, so watch this space!

And that’s it… all that remains for us to do is wish you all a very Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year, and we look forward to seeing you all again in 2014.

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