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

Skills for the workforce

Do you run a business in or are working in Norfolk and Suffolk (New Anglia)?

As the prime contractor working with the Local Enterprise Partnerships Steadfast Training can deliver fully funded training programmes to support businesses and employees, including those affected by redundancies, through the delivery of demand-led skills support.

On the Job: A Day in the life of a Digital Marketing Apprentice

I’m Tasha, I am the digital marketing apprentice here at Steadfast and this is a day in my life.

Minimum Wage 2019

National minimum wage has gone up again.

Business Administration Apprentice Interview

We interviewed our Business administration apprentice to find out why she decided to do an apprenticeship and what she thinks now. 

Important Reminder: National Insurance contributions for Apprentices

Aware you aware that employers of apprentices under the age of 25 aren’t required to pay secondary Class 1 (employer) National Insurance contributions?


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