Employers give top rating to Bootle-based firm Training Strategies

Clients of the firm, which recently moved its headquarters to Bootle’s Oriel Road after a decade in Aintree, gave it a 98% rating in the new Education & Skills Funding Agency survey

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Bootle Labour MP Peter Dowd MP and Sefton Council leader Ian Maher on a visit to Training Strategies


Mersey training firm Training Strategies has secured a 98% approval rating from its clients  for the Education & Skills Funding Agency’s 2017-2018 Employer Satisfaction survey.

Founded in 2008, Training Strategies, which recently moved its headquarters to Bootle’s Oriel Road after a decade in Aintree, focuses on the delivery of training schemes and apprenticeship programmes for the unemployed.

The firm also provide pre-employment education courses to any unemployed individuals who are claiming benefits. These programmes are six to eight-week short courses targeted at occupational areas.

The company provides training for sectors including manufacturing, health and social care, education, leisure and hospitality, arts, transport, construction, wholesale and retail, security.

It received the overwhelming recommendation rate of 98%, which is an increase in 3% based on the company’s results of the previous year. The business is also rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted.

Quality Director Matthew Lynch said: “Training Strategies is renowned for its excellence and commitment to delivering quality apprenticeship programmes and pre-employment courses.

“We’re incredibly proud to receive a 98% recommendation rate from our employers. Ensuring they’re happy with the courses we provided is absolutely essential so we’re delighted that the results prove that.”

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