Business Services

Our aim is to support your organisation to grow and improve the lives of the wide range of customers who access the services which you deliver.  So whether you are struggling to understand your funding profile, looking to minimise your out of funding learners or find new funding partners get in touch today!

Business Support

Getting Established

Taking an idea from paper to the market can be a daunting process. ESC can guide you through the steps you need to take to establish yourself as a training provider.

Business Innovation

Getting Innovative

Develop new programmes to meet the needs of your clients. We’ll help you make the most of the opportunities that are out, entering new sectors and delivering new qualifications.

Business Compliance

Getting Compliant

Stay on the top of your game and build robust quality systems which will help you win your next contract. Our experts will help develop systems to meet operational and contractual demands.

Training & Development

The Education & Skills Consultancy are now offering training and development packages to support the development of your team.

Call 0845 257 9500 for more information.

Consultants

Sometimes we get stuck in the day to day operations of our business and we don’t take the time to take a step back and evaluate where we are and where we are going. Our consultants can support your organisation to move on to the next level through detailed business planning and support. 

James Hart

James Hart

James specialises in bid writing, finding funding and partnership management.

Jo McDonald

Jo McDonald

Jo has over 20 years’ experience working in the training and education sector.

Lee Croucher

Lee Croucher

Lee is a highly motivated and passionate individual with a proven track record in the Education, Sport and Business sectors

Join the Team

Call us today to find out how you could become a consultant with Education and Skills.

Latest news & knowledge

Quality of apprenticeships and skills training inquiry launched

The Education Committee launches inquiry into the quality of apprenticeships and skills training.

Purpose of the inquiry

While many independent training providers and further education colleges are providing excellent training, too much provision is poor. For example, Ofsted last year reported that 37% of apprenticeship providers were less than good.

The inquiry examines whether employers, learners and tax payers are getting sufficient value for the time and money invested in training, and whether more needs to be done to detect poor-quality provision.

The inquiry  also looks to uncover barriers faced by the socially disadvantaged in accessing skills training and consider how Government funding can be used to remove these barriers.