When you start Achieve Training you will be assigned your own caseworker. Your caseworker will be on standby if you need any help on your journey and they will be your first point of contact.
We want you to make sure you work hard and get the highest grades you can in your GCSE's. You will need to have your Maths and English grades at 4-9 (A-C) to be able to progress onto an apprenticeship. However, if you do need a bit of extra support with your grades we have a team of experienced tutors who will guide you all the way, so there's no need to worry.
We are really proud of the mental health support we have at Achieve Training. We are very lucky to have Leanne Duthie on our team who is our in-house Counsellor. We also have support from the NHS Mental Health Support Team, we are currently trailblazing their new service. Our digital service, Togetherall is something that is free to all our learners and apprentices.
We have our very own Learner Voice group at Achieve Training, made up of learners and apprentices who help to voice your opinions about the way we run our training centres. The Learner Voice has helped to improve workwear for some learners, gave insights and advice on our branding and has also helped to enhance mental health and away day opportunities.
Achieve Training recognises that the Student Bursary has an important role to play in removing barriers for some learners accessing and completing their education courses.
Take a look at our financial support page where you can see if you are eligible for support.
Our personal and social development programme can support you by giving you a range of advice from careers support, mental health sessions, employability workshops, apprenticeship carousel sessions, sexual health advice and more.
Pop along to our next Open Event and explore some of the amazing benefits of apprenticeships, speak to real apprentices and check out your apprenticeship options. Start your journey with us!