Sheffield Training Provider Whyy? Change to launch brand new website

4th November 2020

Whyy? Change is pleased to announce that it will be launching a brand new website –

Who are Whyy?

Sheffield based training provider, Whyy? Change deliver apprenticeship training that empowers individuals to transform their business mindset, through a range of bespoke channels including; Lean & Six Sigma, Leadership, Marketing, Quality and Functional Skills training in the South Yorkshire region. They are accredited by Chartered Management Institute (CMI), Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and Pearson Edexcel with the addition of Bureau Veritas for the delivery of Quality HSE courses.

Whyy’s Website Refresh

With Covid-19 being ever-present Whyy? Change had to adapt. Change is difficult, even for a company with change in the title, but circumstances meant this change could not be avoided. In April, a decision was made. Whyy? Change embarked on designing an exciting new website that put’s their customers first by optimizing the user experience, realigning their branding and defining their six course channels.

With many businesses being forced to move online, Whyy? Change were no stranger in adapting their website to be used as an e-commerce site.

Ray Byrne, CEO, said: “When researching other websites, we noticed that many other training providers hide the details of the course and the price. Our new website allows users to buy courses directly on our site with full visibility of the training dates available and the price.

Apprenticeship places can also be reserved through the website to simplify the customer journey, our team will then follow up to check apprentice eligibility and agree the training content”.

Allowing customers to purchase training courses online through their website was the first of many decisions, but an important decision, nonetheless. The addition of giving users the option of face to face or virtual delivery due to government guidance also gives users flexibility in their learning approach.

Transforming Training during a Pandemic

Covid-19 has seen Whyy? Change adapt their training delivery methods to suit those who are learning from home by investing a new hybrid classroom setup. This has allowed them to deliver their training from the classroom to the learners via a high-powered webcam and a giant screen on Zoom. Whyy? Change have also looked to accommodate those who prefer face to face learning by transforming their office to be COVID secure.

Enhance your Employees

Whyy? Change is helping employers to strengthen their teams with their accredited courses and apprenticeships training. Ray also added “People perceive an apprentice as a sixteen-year-old well, you could be ninety-nine and be an apprentice”. Apprenticeship training can be funded by a minimum of 95% through the apprenticeship levy depending on the size of the company. Some of their most popular apprenticeships include the Level 3 Team Leader / Supervisor, Level 4 Improvement Practitioner and the Level 3 Digital Marketer apprenticeships. They are also now delivering the brand-new Level 4 Quality Practitioner apprenticeship that recently went live on September 10th. To find out more about their apprenticeships visit their website or email

Strengthening Quality Partnerships

Last week, Whyy? Change strengthened their partnership with Bureau Veritas, a world leader in certification, testing, inspection and training. They will be delivering their Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental training programme at their training centre in Sheffield.

Additionally, they have been awarded the competitive tender by Skills Bank to deliver Lean & Six Sigma – Yellow Belt training to businesses in the Sheffield City Region with savings of over £750 per learner.

Find out more about Whyy? Change and what their accredited courses can do for your business by visiting the website -, emailing or calling one of our team on 0114 400 0077.

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