Help with Recruitment and Training


Help with recruitment 
If you are looking for an Apprentice to join your workforce, Steadfast Training Ltd offer a free recruitment service through the help of the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS), we can provide a 'Matching Service' to employers and candidates through our extensive and ever growing network.

We will engage with you and gather information about your vacancy before matching our candidates to your requirements and sending them for an interview.
We screen all our candidates before we send them to you, to assess how suitable they are for the role. If the candidate is successful in the interview and you decide to take them on, we will then deliver all the Apprenticeship training in the workplace.

Help with training
If you are interested in training some of your existing staff, Steadfast Training Ltd can identify your training needs. We will then train your staff to a high standard and help provide you with the most suitable funding.

How do I get started?
If you have a vacancy within your organisation and would consider employing an Apprentice, or if you would like to train your current staff, please contact one of our Training Advisors.

Latest News

Steadfast Training Ltd granted Chartered status

We are pleased to announce that Steadfast Training Ltd is now a member of The Chartered Institution for Further Education (CIFE), one of only three Independent Training Providers to receive Chartered Status.

Steadfast Training Ltd is a prime contractor to non-levy payers

We are happy to announce Steadfast Training Ltd is an ESFA prime contractor to non-levy payers

NEW! Online Courses


We are pleased to announce we now offer Online Courses for businesses and individuals

National Apprenticeship Week 2016

The dates for National Apprenticeship Week 2016 have been announced!

Schools 'must offer Apprenticeship options'

Schools in England are now required to promote 'vocational routes' as much as academic subjects in an attempt to 'level the playing field' and stop 'outdated snobbery'