Skills Support for the Workforce
Help for your businesses to develop the skills levels your staff need so that your company can compete in the market.
Steadfast Training can deliver a fully-funded training programme to support businesses and employees through the delivery of demand-led skills support.
Steadfast Training will undertake a company needs analysis and robust initial assessment of skills needs in the business. They will deliver vocational training, which can be either accredited or non-accredited, full qualifications or just units of qualifications, to support individuals into higher levels of training and workplace progression.
Training will address basic skills needs, as well as intermediate (Level 2) and higher level skills (equivalent to Level 3 or above) to help employers close identified skills gaps and shortages.
This programme will help businesses to develop the skills levels your staff needs so that your company can compete in the market.
Steadfast Training Ltd can offer a range of short courses and diplomas, including:
- ILM Management Award
- Team Leading Level 2 Diploma
- Adult Care Level 2 Diploma
- Adult Care Short Courses
- Warehousing & Logistics Diploma Level 2
- Social Media for Business
- MS Office—Word/Excel/PowerPoint
- Customer Services/Sales
And their training network can offer a variety of courses, including;
- Early Years Childcare
- Understanding Learning Difficulties/Mental Health Support
- Housekeeping/Kitchen Services
- Education & Training
- Cleaning & Support Services
Steadfast's qualified and experienced skills advisers will work with you to assess the training needs of your staff and find the right training courses that suit your requirements, as well as enable the progression of your employees into further learning and Apprenticeships, if required.
The final date for learners able to access funding support (i.e. start a training course) is 31st December 2020, as all activity must be completed by 31st July 2021.
Email: email@example.com or give Andy a call on 07985 338145 to discuss.