Asset training and Consultancy specialises in the delivery of Apprenticeships and Nationally recognised qualifications as well as customised courses.
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Employer Info

As an established Greater Merseyside training provider, we have continually enjoyed success across all of our programmes since 1996, throughout the Greater Merseyside area.

Some of the employers Asset Training are proud to be currently working with: 

Sefton Council 

 

Gold Medal Travel 

 

The Atkinson - Southport

 

Programmes

We offer valuable work based training & development for all of your team, including a wide range of NVQ & Apprenticeship programmes.

Contents

Each Apprenticeship ‘framework’ consists of;

An NVQ at Level 2, 3, 4 or 5 where applicable (depending on the learner’s job role, capabilities and knowledge).

Functional Skills (English, Maths & ICT)

A Technical Certificate (if applicable) (covering the underpinning knowledge within each skill area).

Timescale

Each Apprenticeship takes a minimum of 12 months to complete. Achievement takes place at the pace of the learner rather than the assessor, and so these timescales are flexible.

How do they work?

The learner is visited in their workplace regularly by their personal assessor. Each visit lasts approximately one hour, and includes;

An update covering what has happened since the last visit.

Actual ‘on the job’ assessments (observations, discussions, evidence gathering & portfolio building).

A plan identifying what is required for the next visit.

Any guidance & support that is requested / required by the learner.

Entry Requirements

This depends on the programme that the learner wishes to follow.

We do, however, require a time commitment from both the learner and the employer.

When do the NVQ / Apprenticeship programmes start?

They start when you want them to. We are not bound by any term times etc, our courses are ‘roll on – roll off’ as required.

 

‘The provision meets local skills needs, and apprentices' progression into employment is very good'

‘Managers work flexibly to meet the training needs of employers
(Ofsted Report – Feb 2016)

 

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