What You Can Expect

Delivery of High Quality Training

  • All training and assessment will be delivered to meet employer needs to give the greatest chance of success for both the learner and the employer.
  • We will maintain our approval status with Awarding Bodies such as City & Guilds and ILM, ensuring you are guaranteed high quality assessment and verification.

A Professional Approach

  • Alder Training will continue to recruit the best available people to provide your training, ensuring professionalism and commitment.
  • All sessions will start and finish on time.
  • We will provide high quality teaching and training that suits learners needs, ability and experience.
  • We will provide regular, fair and accurate assessment.
  • We will regularly review progress and give constructive feedback and advice on how to improve.
  • All Alder Training staff will continue to receive good quality training to ensure your staff are being trained by experienced and highly skilled people.
  • All learning opportunities will take place in a safe, healthy, caring and friendly environment, free from abuse, bullying and discrimination, in which expectations are high and committed learners can achieve.

Access to the Very Latest Training and Funding Opportunities

  • As a Skills Funding Agency approved provider, you will benefit from the very latest opportunities the sector has to offer.

A Good learning environment

  • Learning environments that contain the very latest resources and facilities where learners will learn quickly and effectively.
  • A learning environment where all learners and staff are valued equally, and where they can learn and work in an environment which is free from discrimination.
  • A safe working environment where all learners and staff receive regular training in health & safety monitoring and compliance.
  • A caring working environment, where safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults is prioritised and promoted.

Clear and Accurate Information

  • Education and training opportunities both within Alder Training and elsewhere.
  • Entry requirements, course content and methods of delivery.
  • Assessment methods and arrangements.
  • Progress of learners.
  • Progression routes and further training.
  • Support available for learners to help them progress.
  • Success of previous learners & employers.
  • Inspection results.
  • How to access training.

Access to information, advice, guidance and counselling from specialist qualified staff

  • An induction programme for all learners which prepares learners effectively for their training programme.

Extra help and support for learning, if appropriate, provided by specialist professional staff

  • Support with Functional skills from specialist staff.