Working with Quest Training
Quest Training are on the Register of Approved Training Providers, and have an ESFA Contract for Apprenticeships and Advanced Learner Loans. We achieved a 'Good' grade during our Ofsted in July 2022 across all areas.
We continue to deliver the high quality apprenticeships that Quest Training is known for, and can work with both levy paying and non levy-paying employers.
Every employer needs to create an Apprenticeship Service account in order to take on an apprentice. Within the Apprenticeship Service, employers can connect with training providers, recruit apprentices and view live funding details. The videos below will help explain:
What is the Apprenticeship Service
How to register an account on the Apprenticeship Service
Adding users and organisations to an account
Connecting with Quest Training could not be easier. Quest have created an employer guide to connecting with us on the Apprenticeship Service. You can download the step-by-step guide here.
Our Success Rates
Since 2013, the average amount of learners who successfully complete their qualification through Quest Training is 80%.
Year after year we are proud to be delivering success rates over the national average.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week 2017, the Skills Funding Agency released the following statistics:
“Almost 9 out of every 10 apprenticeship employers hoping to achieve business benefits report that apprenticeships deliver.”
We at Quest Training pride ourselves on consistently delivering apprenticeships with success rates well over the national average. When you work with us, you can be certain that your apprentices will gain key skills that will move your business forward.
“75% of employers report that apprenticeships directly improved the quality of their product or service.”
Apprentices constantly prove themselves to be far more than trainees, and instead are having a direct and positive impact on their employer's business offering.
“More than 2,600 employers are involved in designing the new apprenticeships standards.”
With the new Government reforms, there has never been a better time to work with an apprentice. The new frameworks place the employer at the heart of their design, meaning your staff are learning the practical skills that will directly benefit your business.
Small employers are now required to co-invest 5% of the costs of training.
For large employers with a payroll bill of over £3 million, apprenticeship training has now become a mandatory requirement.
More information about the apprenticeship reform can be found here.
Our latest guide on for employers can be found here
If you require any further information, feel free to contact our team who will be happy to help and answer any queries you may have.