We pride ourselves on our collaborative approach, working hand in hand with our partners to ensure we achieve the very best results for the young people and adults we help, and for employers.
Our partnerships are focused on designing and delivering programmes, at scale, to address the economic and skills priorities identified by employers and funders including the Education and Skills Funding Agency, Department for Work and Pensions, European Social Fund, LEPs, Local Authorities and Combined Metropolitan Authorities.
Above all, we are passionate about inspiring each person who joins one of our courses to achieve more, whatever their starting point. Our inclusive approach helps people who are disadvantaged to find hope and make positive progress in their lives.
We support adults and young people to achieve English, Maths and vocational skills. We also work on developing the personal skills and confidence employers look for, supporting people to overcome any barriers to a fulfilling career.
We are an experienced and trusted UK Government provider and a leading national provider of Apprenticeships and Traineeships funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA).
We deliver large scale, high-performing skills and employability programmes for:
This includes a partnership with West Midlands Combined Authority and one with Birmingham City Council for the Greater Birmingham Skills Programme.
We also have very strong relationships with Jobcentre Plus, Schools and youth groups.
Skills Training UK has developed its reputation for quality through consistent and dependable contract delivery. We care about people and we care about quality, and we’re always keen to embrace innovative ways of achieving our goals.
We have a supply chain network which includes charities, training companies and colleges. For our supply chain partners we offer excellent management, resources including training and marketing, and a partnership culture of collaboration.Get in touch
It was a joy to see these young people’s successes. They feel valued and connected, and what Skills Training UK and its partners are achieving is amazing.
Medway Council’s Deputy Mayor, Councillor Gloria Opara