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How Training 2000 can help you

Training 2000 is accredited to the IAG Matrix Standard, which is the national quality standard for any organisation that delivers information, advice and/or guidance on learning and work.  Accreditation by Matrix confirms Training 2000 is an outstanding training provider, dedicated to giving impartial advice and guidance to its learners.

Before you apply

Impartial information, advice & guidance, is offered by our qualified staff that focuses on your current and future needs, which is essential for your ongoing success.

On one of our group guidance sessions or with one to one support, our expert advisers aim to give you all the information required to make an informed decision about your future.  This includes progression routes, career opportunities and the skills you need to undertake the various programmes at Training 2000, ensuring you start on the right path to a successful career.


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Get in touch on 01254 54659 or apply online!

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During your programme

Learner Support

You may, at some time, have a problem that is either work related or personal, which you feel you cannot discuss with your supervisor or Career Development Adviser (CDA).  It often helps to talk it through with someone else.  If you wish to discuss your problem in confidence, you may want to talk to one of our dedicated Apprentice Wellbeing Advisors.  With their experience of dealing with personal issues, our learner support officers can help with any guidance you may need.  When you speak to them, be assured, your discussions will be treated in the strictest confidence.


Your End-Point Assessment

Here’s a short video explaining what happens in your End-Point Assessment.


Financial Support

If you meet certain criteria, you may be eligible for free meals, travel expenses and a bursary of up to £50 per week.

We also have support available for learners who are 19+ and are in financial hardship that prevents you from participating in learning. This may be domestic emergencies, emergency accommodation or emergency childcare.


Once you’ve finished your programme

When you have completed your programme, we will still be here for you to make sure that you can reach your full potential.  If you need any impartial information, advice or guidance to keep you on the pathway to success, we can provide a network of support to help guide you with your future choices.




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