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We are a training provider that delivers first class skills, employability and training solutions to create better futures for individuals, families, businesses and communities. We deliver quality vocational training including Apprenticeships and Diplomas. We are a prime contractor with the Skills Funding Agency and also work closely with the DWP, National Apprenticeship Service and other funding services, to make training affordable.

With an Apprenticeship you can earn while you learn; gaining a nationally recognised qualification as you work. We offer Apprenticeships at level 2 and 3 in Business & Administration, Customer Service, Health & Social Care, Social Media and Digital Marketing, IT User and Warehousing & Storage. We also now offer Apprenticeships in Hospitality.

At Steadfast Training Ltd we care about the welfare, needs and ambitions of all our learners. We ensure you receive nationally recognised qualifications, and gain transferable skills to allow better performance at work, improve personal development as well as career prospects.

Steadfast Training Ltd also helps job seekers to develop the skills and qualifications they need to improve their employability.



Latest News

Steadfast Training Ltd granted Chartered status

We are pleased to announce that Steadfast Training Ltd is now a member of The Chartered Institution for Further Education (CIFE), one of only three Independent Training Providers to receive Chartered Status.

Steadfast Training Ltd is a prime contractor to non-levy payers

We are happy to announce Steadfast Training Ltd is an ESFA prime contractor to non-levy payers

NEW! Online Courses

 

We are pleased to announce we now offer Online Courses for businesses and individuals

National Apprenticeship Week 2016

The dates for National Apprenticeship Week 2016 have been announced!

Schools 'must offer Apprenticeship options'

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to promote 'vocational routes' as much as academic subjects in an attempt to 'level the playing field' and stop 'outdated snobbery'