We are proud of our learner support network at Achieve Training, with help from your own dedicated Personal Development coach to vital support from our education team if you need it. We even have our own Learner Voice group who can help to voice your suggestions and opinions on Achieve Training life.
Take a look at who you can expect to see around our Achieve Training buildings and virtual learning.
Our team at Achieve Training are super friendly and are available if you need anything at all. Here you can see all our teams from education, careers and wellbeing, recruitment and personal development.
We are always here to talk to if you need us. With a fantastic support network including an in-house counsellor, access to the NHS Support Service and more.
Did you know? Being a learner with Achieve Training means you have access 24/7 to our digital Togetherall mental health service. This means you can get support when you need it, even from home.
The safety and wellbeing of learners, staffs and apprentices is our top priority. Creating a safe, engaging and open learning environment enables us to protect learners and develop careers.
Here you can find out how we work with schools, sixth forms and academies across Staffordshire.
Discover the support available to schools including work experience days, apprenticeship assemblies and Gatsby Benchmark sessions.
We love showing young, aspiring apprentices some of the great benefits of apprenticeships.
Top tips and advice to support you in your next career steps. There are a host of options after completing your apprenticeship. Download our guide to learn about job searching, CV writing, interviews and setting yourself goals.
Dylan Warren, 27, has come full circle returning to Achieve Training as a Joinery Tutor. Having loved his experience so much as a teenager, Dylan wanted to give other young people the skills and same inspiring experience he had on his career journey.
Louis Hay, 19 from Meir is steaming ahead towards success on his final year of his Level 2 bricklaying apprenticeship. Having recently become a dad, he is looking forward to prepare for his future as a self-employed bricklayer to support his family.
Matt Forrester, 22 from Tunstall, is excelling in his career since becoming a gas and plumbing apprentice. But it wasn't always so easy. He was unsure what to do when leaving school, and with advice from careers advisors and friends, his options weren't clear.
Congratulations to Taylor Downing, Apprenticeship Assistant at Keele University, who has achieved Distinctions in her Level 3 Business Administrator apprenticeship scoring full marks in two of her projects.
Melissa Hart, 23 of Walsall proudly supports women progressing into gas engineering roles. Having left school with the blessing of her first child, Mel's start to her career took a rather different turn.
Are you a housing apprentice? If so this could be the perfect opportunity to meet our housing tutors Julie and Catherine alongside members of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) for some amazing top tips on wellbeing!
Book your place to attend our next virtual open day. Meet our teams, learn more about our study programmes and progression onto apprenticeships.