Sutton and District Training The Apprenticeship Place


As a Training Provider, Sutton and District Training have over 20 years’ experience of supporting local business and schools with apprenticeships/apprentices. Currently we can deliver frameworks and standards in the following areas:

Business Administration Standard L3

Customer Service Practitioner Standard L2

Team Leader / Supervisor Standard L3

Operations Department Management Standard L5

Children & Young People’s Workforce Framework L2

Children’s Learning & Development (Early Years Educator) Framework L3

Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Framework L2

Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning in Schools Framework L3

School Business Professional Standard L4

Facilities Management Standard L3

Supply Chain Warehousing Operative Standard L2

Hair Professional Standard L2 & L3

We offer a flexible training programme where all teaching & learning is carried out in the workplace. (There may be occasions when you will have to attend training days to enhance your training and education). Sutton and Training has a purpose-built Hairdressing salon in Carshalton where hairdressing and barbering can take place.

Courses will be bespoke to meet the needs of the apprentice and employer. We will also utilise blended learning where possible to make the learning experience as interactive as possible.

It is a roll-on roll-off programme, so apprentices can start at any time; you do not need to wait until September.

Course Duration

1 year.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements. We have an open door policy and you will be invited to undertake an initial assessment to help you choose what best suits your requirements.

Next Steps

You could progress to a Level 3 Diploma or an apprenticeship.

Student Testimonial -Childcare Case Study – Lynton House Day Nursery

AC started working at Lynton House Day Nursery in Epsom in May 2015. She left school with no GCSE’s after being diagnosed with Leukaemia aged 15 and spending long periods in hospital whilst undergoing chemotherapy.

She started her CYPW level 2 apprenticeship, but it soon became apparent that she was struggling to deal with a new role, a new qualification and the pain and discomfort that she experiences in her joints as a consequence of her illness, so we agreed to stop her apprenticeship for now, but she continued to work at the nursery as an unqualified Nursery Nurse, to build up her confidence and occupational competency.

AC approached me in January 2017 and said she now felt ready to start her qualification again. Her confidence, knowledge and skills has grown immensely during that time, and she was now a very capable and determined young lady, and approached her qualification with enthusiasm and determination. Not only did she have to manage the assignments for her vocational qualification, but also all three functional skills.

AC completed her CYPW level 2 apprenticeship and has immediately progressing onto the Children’s Learning & Development (EYE) Level 3 Apprenticeship, still being supported at Lynton House.