What is a Traineeship?
A Traineeship is an education and training programme with work experience that is focused on giving young people the skills and experience that employers are looking for.
Traineeships last anything up to a maximum of six months depending on the needs of the individual and include:
1. A meaningful, high quality, work experience placement of at least 100 hours with an employer, to provide real insight and experience into the world of work.
2. Work preparation training delivered by Steadfast Training which can include CV writing, interview preparation, interpersonal skills and local business and sector information.
3. English and maths support from Steadfast Training to improve young people’s literacy and numeracy skills if required.
In addition to these basic elements, Steadfast Training could add flexible additional content to meet the needs of a specific business for the local labour market; which could include a relevant, industry specific vocational qualification.
All training costs are met by government funding.
To find out how a Traineeship can help your business please visit the Traineeships and Employers page.
To find out how a Traineeship can benefit you please visit the Traineeships and Learners page.
We are pleased to announce we now offer Online Courses for businesses and individuals
The dates for National Apprenticeship Week 2016 have been announced!
Schools in England are now required to promote 'vocational routes' as much as academic subjects in an attempt to 'level the playing field' and stop 'outdated snobbery'
The National Minimum Wage increase applies from today (01/10/2015)
The Team at Steadfast Training Ltd celebrated 10 years of success at their annual company day with a visit to the circus! The team took part in a workshop with ‘Circus Sensible’ learning a variety of circus skills from juggling to walking the tight rope.