About us 

The Training Trust have been providing apprenticeships and vocational training to young people and adults since 1983. We work with employers in North East London and the surrounding areas to provide employment opportunities for the unemployed and up skill their employees.

We provide a supportive learning environment, which enables learners to succeed in their chosen career

  • Learners are given the opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge in their chosen career. This enables them to lead fulfilling lives
  • Learners achieve their chosen aims within a safe learning environment

We aim to offer high quality training in partnership with employers and other providers of education and training. Our staff are committed to:

  • Every learner achieving their chosen objectives
  • Providing a safe learning environment for every learner
  • Providing support to all learners to enable them in overcoming barriers to learning
  • Working closely with employers to support them in providing a learning environment and upskilling their workforce
  • Supporting individuals in leading lives which enable them to make a positive contribution to their community
  • Improve the employability skills of all learners who participate in our programmes
  • To give unbiased Information, Advice and Guidance in order for the individual to choose the correct career path

Ofsted Inspection 2016

WFCCTT were awarded Grade 2 – Good

You can find the full report here

A summary of key findings:

  • The large majority of learners make good progress, achieve their qualifications, improve their skills and increase their self-confidence.
  • Staff are very well organised and use their good skills and experience very effectively to motivate learners and support their good progress.
  • Employers work very effectively with training staff and are thoroughly involved in planning learning and reviewing the progress of learners.
  • Trustees and managers are highly ambitious for the success of all learners and are committed to providing high-quality training and assessment.
  • Learners receive good information and careers guidance, which prepares them very well for their next steps.
  • A very high proportion of learner’s progress to higher level courses, take on increased responsibility and gain promotion at work.
  • The quality of teaching, learning and assessment is good.
  • Quality assurance arrangements are highly effective and provide an accurate picture of the provision, including rigorous oversight of the subcontractors.
  • Thorough self-assessment processes involve a good range of stakeholders and support continuous improvement effectively.
  • A very high proportion of learners on business administration and plumbing courses achieve their qualifications.