GORDON FRANKS TRAINING LIMITED
About this provider
Gordon Franks Training (GFT) is based in Birmingham and has been offering training for over 25 years. At our recent OFSTED inspection we were graded a "Good" provider.
Our team of qualified tutors and assessors have all been recruited form industry and have extensive knowledge of the sectors we offer.
Our Access to Employment and Traineeship programmes have been designed to support local young people transition from education into employment.
We offer apprenticeships in; Administration, Customer Service, Management, Early Years, Teaching Assistant, Retail and Warehousing.
Our Business Development Team will support you in the process of taking on an apprentice.
GFT support the Asian Apprenticeship Awards and was a provider finalist in 2018
What employers are saying
Overall rating from October 2018 to now
- Excellent 2 out of 3 reviews
- Good 1 out of 3 reviews
- Poor 0 out of 3 reviews
- Very poor 0 out of 3 reviews
- Communication with employers (2)
- Initial assessment of apprentices (2)
- Providing the right training at the right time (2)
- Adapting to my needs (1)
- Getting new apprentices started (1)
- Improving apprentice skills (1)
Things to improve
- Reporting on progress of apprentices (1)
10 Apprenticeships offered
|Business and Administration||Framework||2||Details|
|Children and Young People's Workforce||Framework||2||Details|
|Customer service practitioner||Standard||2||Details|
|Early Years Educator||Framework||3||Details|
|Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools||Framework||2||Details|
|Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools||Framework||3||Details|
|Team leader / supervisor||Standard||3||Details|
Annual survey results
- Employer satisfaction:
- Learner satisfaction:
- Source: FE Choices
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Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)