Since our formation in 2003, CTC Training & Assessment Ltd has been working to support the success of businesses throughout the UK. During this time, we have become a strong, highly focused, and successful organisation.

We have worked with over 10,000 clients from various industries within the Public and Private sector – from Self Employed Individuals, SMEs to large Contractors and multinational companies. We also work in partnership with a number of colleges across the country, allowing us to access government funding to support companies and individuals in their development and training.

Our wealth of expertise across a variety of sectors is teamed with experience in the development of qualifications and provision of Information, Advice and Guidance and training to help maximise people’s potential. We also develop and implement Training Plans for clients that meet their contract demands and encourage staff to contribute to their own development and cultivate a Life Long Learning ethos.

As an accredited business we are independently assessed against Due Diligence, Awarding Organisation approval criteria, ISO standards; 9001, 14:001 and 18;001, Investors in People, Matrix accreditation Advice and Guidance, FE Colleges/Funding Agencies and lead contract holders.
Our many years of experience and understanding of experimental, vocational, and workplace learning has allowed us to develop a flexible approach to all aspects of assessment and training by using gap analysis techniques and other methods to identify prior learning and reference this against courses/qualification criteria which can then be achieved. This effective approach reduces duplication, downtime of learning, and repetition, and meets the needs of on our clients, learners, and employers – making the training experience more streamlined and effective. In turn, we are able to; positively support employers training budgets and requirements, recognise skill levels in a competitive industry and increase the prospect of sustained employability for all individuals.

CTC is fully committed to championing vocational qualification equality against academic qualifications. In our opinion, individuals who use alternative learning processes and styles of reflection add to the mix of qualities and essential attributes needed within industry. Our mission is therefore to identify this style of learning as an equivalent to academic routes of achievement and give all individuals confidence to gain recognition of their skill, knowledge, inspiring individuals to realise their potential and support them to improve and progress and the confidence to adopt a lifelong learning ethos.

Our Aims

  • Engage with companies and individuals on the value of training
  • Provide training that is designed to benefit each individual with a focus on accessibility, equality and achievement.
  • Support a positive and proactive health and safety culture in the workplace.
  • Improve skills in the workplace through programmes designed to meet the specific needs of industry.
  • Promote Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace both as a company and to individuals
  • Inspire a Life Long learning ethos.

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October 2015

We have successfully reviewed our ISO 9001,14001,18001 - Matrix and Investors in People Accreditations.

September 2015

  • We are now delivering NVQs in Scotland!

  • Our Consultants are delivering Business Advice on behalf of the Cumbria Chamber of Commerce.

August 2015

  • We have successfully completed our contract with Tower Hamlets College assisting with the completion of their ESF contract.

  • We have successfully completed our ESF contract with Calderdale College.

July 2015

  • We have delivered our first Heritage Skills qualifications for Ashley Services UK - Managing Director - ‘excellent advice and support, very informative, excellent communication.’