PM Training is a leading training provider and social enterprise. We are experts in preparing young people for work, supporting adults into employment, creating practical apprenticeships, helping organisations to upskill their workforces and enabling local areas to thrive.

250

apprenticeships created each year

89%

learner satisfaction during 2014/15

8 out of 10

learners progress into jobs

30 years

experience preparing people for work

GOOD

with Outstanding features by OFSTED

98%

of learners would recommend us

Supporting

regeneration of the local area

Over 30

different sectors and trades available

Over 1200

business links in the local area

  • Each year we create more 16-18 year old apprenticeships than any other provider
  • We have over 30 years experience preparing young people for work and employment
  • 8 out of 10 learners have progressed into jobs or further training during the past five years
  • We work with over 1200 local businesses creating a seamless transition from training to the workplace
  • 98% of learners would recommend our study programmes to their friends
  • With Aspire Housing and the Realise charity: we are aspire, providing wider access to work experience and routes to a variety of industries
  • Two training centres in Stoke and Newcastle
  • Access to more than 30 apprenticeship frameworks from Level 2 to Level 4.
  • We are rated Good with Outstanding elements from Ofsted so you know you are in good hands
  • We have access to additional bursaries for toolkits, clothing and driving lessons from the Realise Foundation. A unique charity set up to support life long learning across Staffordshire.
  • We are an award winning social enterprise
  • Each year we create over 750 apprenticeships in total across a wide variety of sectors.

Together with Aspire Housing and the Realise charity, we blend commercial expertise with social purpose and revitalise communities by providing homes, training, employment and support.

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