Helping businesses employ and train young people

Supplytrain is a social enterprise that supplies employer-focused training, apprenticeship and Kickstart services to UK businesses. 

The right people

The right training

The right price

The right impact

We provide free, impartial and business focused advice. We want you to understand all your options for employing young people through government-funded training programmes. 

About Our Company

Supplytrain’s mission is to help businesses grow and become more productive. We believe recruiting or promoting staff with the raw talent to succeed and training them your way, is more effective than endlessly searching for the perfect external recruit that has the experience, qualifications and application you are looking for.

By supplying impartial apprenticeship and Kickstart services, we enable you to understand the costs and benefits of training your workforce that will ultimately help you retain great staff and improve business performance, allowing you to grow and succeed over the long term.

Whether you’re a multinational organisation that pays millions into the apprenticeship levy or a sole trader looking to offer one kickstart job, talking to our knowledgeable advisers is an excellent first step to get the right foundations in place that will have the right impact on your business.

Not ready to talk yet? Try these resources instead…

Check your knowledge

Take our quick 13-question quiz to check your apprenticeship knowledge is up-to-date.
– No one gets 100%!

Employer Toolkit

Gain a thorough understanding of how to set up an apprenticeship programme in your business with the Employers’ Apprenticeship Toolkit 

NI calculator

Did you know there’s no Employer National Insurance contributions for young apprentices? You could save thousands of pounds!

Employer Provider

Thinking about becoming a training provider to deliver apprenticeship training to your own staff? Understand more.

Championing vocational learning

At Supplytrain we believe on-the-job and vocational learning deserves the same prestige as academic learning. To achieve this, young people and teachers should have better information on study options post-16. This is why we’re developing a tool that allows qualifications to be more easily compared.

What we offer

We provide a free 30 minute phone call to establish what you’re trying to achieve as a business, and give you some specific advice to implement a strong training programme or solve a particular apprenticeship issue that’s holding you back.

If you’re a micro business looking to take on your first apprentice, we’ll keep in touch with free support until you’ve chosen your training provider and are ready to start recruiting.

If you’re a larger organisation and need more longer-term support, we will carry out some desk-based research on your options or put you in touch with trusted consultants that can help – and advise you of any costs that may be involved.

That’s it – simple, free, effective.

What employers say about us
"Supplytrain's free apprenticeship advice for employers showed us how we could develop our people and save £10,000s on training."
– Helen Delbridge, Wellden Turnbull
"Supplytrain helped us understand how we could use apprenticeships to help people with autism and learning difficulties into work!”
– Andrea Randall-Smith, Little Gate Farm
"Supplytrain explained what to look for in a training provider and potential apprentice. We now happily employ a brilliant apprentice in our small business."
– Jane Brook, On Tap
Large businesses we have advised

Book a convenient time to talk

Our advice is better over the phone. We want to understand what you are trying to achieve as a business and talk through how apprenticeships and training can support your plans. It’s just quicker than sending emails back and forth. 

So, the best thing to do is complete the following form, giving us a bit of background, your number and email address and we’ll be in touch to arrange a 30 minute call at a time that suits you. 

With our expert advice, you will have a clearer plan as to how staff training can support your business, how much it will cost and what to do next to start running a successful apprenticeship programme. 

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Final thought… Growing your own talent means giving opportunities to people that have the raw attributes to succeed. This creates a more level playing field in the workplace and is why we supply this impartial advice for free. 

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