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Welcome to SBC Training

We are Shropshire's largest private training provider delivering high quality training courses and Apprenticeships for more than 30 years. Through our base in Shrewsbury we aim to deliver training solutions that enable both the learner and the employer to identify real benefits. We are specialists in:

SBC Training is on the Register of College and Training Providers to enable access to Government and EU funding for training. We are recognised by the National Skills Academy for Health and Social Care. Our success rates are consistently above the national average.

We value our partnership with employers and learners, a very high proportion of whom return to SBC Training for continuous development and career progression.

Health and Safety Policy  

SBC Training recognises that people are the most important aspect of our business and is totally committed to the health, safety and welfare of all our employees and learners.  SBC promotes its policy and openly welcomes feedback on its content and working practices.  The company demonstrates a clear commitment to promoting a safe culture.

Equality and Diversity Policy   

Equality and Diversity Statement

Through providing information, advice and guidance, SBC aims to help employers and learners to understand and embrace diversity in order to break down barriers and to promote a diverse learning culture. 

SBC takes its responsibilities seriously in promoting Equality and Diversity and throughout the organisation learners, employers and individuals with whom it comes into contact by ensuring fair, respectful and un-biased treatment of all, encompassing their personal skills, individual needs, limitations, beliefs, culture and values. 

SBC aims to promote access to learning and vocational achievement to all groups of people. 

SBC values the unique skills, experience and perspectives of every individual, finding ways to bring out the best in every employee and learner and recognises the business benefits these differences bring. 

For learners, employers and employees alike, SBC promotes a culture and provides a service of equality and fairness in recruitment, assessment of capabilities and skills, assessment and feedback on performance and matters of discipline and conduct. 

SBC seeks to provide awareness raising sessions for learners, employers and staff on a regular basis.

Safeguarding Policy 

The welfare of young people and vulnerable adults is of primary concern. SBC aims to provide information, advice and guidance and, where required, support to both learners and staff who feel that their safety has been compromised.   In the event that an individual becomes vulnerable, they are able to speak to their trainer/assessor initially who will enlist the support of either of the designated Safeguarding managers; Mrs Christine Haycocks and Mrs Alison Roberts.

Confidentiality and Data Protection Policy 

SBC has access to a considerable amount of information concerning learners and employers and all staff are fully aware of the need for this information to be treated both respectfully and in the strictest confidence.  Information provided will be put onto a computerised database at SBC Training and at the Skills Funding Agency and is subject to the rules and requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998.

Sub-contract Policy

SBC Training Ltd operates as a lead provider. Some provision is delivered via subcontractor organisations to enable the provision of a wider choice of appropriate Apprenticeship frameworks to employers and learners. All providers undergo appropriate due diligence processes prior to undertaking any delivery. Please find SBC's current sub-contract arrangements here

E-Safety Policy

SBC Training recognises the benefits and opportunities which new technologies offer to teaching and learning. We provide internet access to all learners and staff and encourage the use of technologies in order to enhance skills, promote achievement and enable lifelong learning.