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.

What training is available?

We can 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.

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
  • Social Media for Business
  • MS Office—Word/Excel/PowerPoint
  • Customer Services/Sales

And our training network can offer a variety of courses, including;

  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • Safeguarding/PREVENT
  • Early Years Childcare
  • Understanding Learning Difficulties/Mental Health Support
  • Housekeeping/Kitchen Services
  • Education & Training
  • Cleaning & Support Services


To be eligible, your employees need to be aged 17+ and have the right to work in the UK, and currently working in Norfolk or Suffolk.

For more information please call or email us to book an appointment with one of our skills Advisors.

Bev Wallman (Suffolk) 07889 630 981                        

Andy Byrne (Norfolk) 07985 338 145                       





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