Here at Eastern Region Training we take great pride in offering our outstanding services to all local mainstream schools, Academies, Trusts and alternative provision providers (APs) in and around Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex. As a provider of construction training and vehicle mechanics, we have strong partnerships with many Trusts, Schools, APs, CICs and SEND units. Many of our students have progressed onto Traineeships or Apprenticeships. We deliver a range of qualifications from Entry Level 3 to Level 2’s. Our state-of-the-art training facility is a fantastic place for learners to learn new and exciting skills. We are an alternate approved provider to Suffolk County Council and Essex County Council.
“Chantry Academy are working in collaboration with Eastern Region Training Group to create a bespoke Trade Skills Academy for young people age 14+ who are disengaged with the curriculum on offer in mainstream education and/or who may be at risk of exclusion or being disadvantaged. This project will not only benefit in helping the young people gain valuable craft skills and improve their future prospects but will also open the Eastern Region Academy to all schools across the county, upskilling young people to meet the skill shortages within the construction sector and local economy. In addition, we envisage that the motivation and engagement in the vocational learning they will undertake with Eastern Region Training Group will improve their attendance and achievement overall.” – Chantry Academy
“This is the first year we have been involved with Eastern Region Training as part of an alternative provision for our students. Not only has it given them the fantastic opportunity to experience a variety of skills and lessons which we would never be able to offer at school, it has also helped their understanding of how the education they receive in a mainstream setting links directly to the types of occupations they are interested in.”
“The staff at ERT have worked incredibly hard with our students and no doubt have been instrumental in their success” – Danny Payne, Westbourne Academy