Ashley Hunter is an independent training provider who prides itself on employer and learner satisfaction.
Our Managers and tutors are all qualified and well experienced who pride themselves on providing the best learning experience to our learners and service to employers.
Our team consists of Managing Director, Operations Director and Quality, Lead IQA and IQAs, BDM, Tutors, Administrators, and IT support team. The team has been working in the training industry for many years with experience in the Management and Social Care Sectors.
Ashley Hunter was formed in 2011 and was originally based at its Head Office in Oldham, Greater Manchester. The head office in Oldham moved to Cannock in Staffordshire in September 2020. This is more central to the areas in the North and South in which the company operates and allows for easier access for tutors and managers to the two areas.
We specialise in the delivery of Apprenticeships and Adult Education Budget programmes. We hold a direct contract with the ESFA (Education & Skills Funding Agency) which funds our Apprenticeship programmes. We work with both Large Levy paying organisations and Non-Levy SME businesses.
Our AEB and ESF programmes are funded via strategic subcontracting partnerships in both devolved and none devolved areas of England.
Our Apprenticeship and AEB programmes are delivered using a blended approach, through face to face training and remote e-learning. We have an e-portfolio platform for training and assessment for learners and managers.
We will operate ethically, reliably, and honestly.
We will provide a caring and understanding environment, acknowledging each other’s individuality and differences.
We work hard to deliver the outcomes needed for businesses and individuals to succeed, building a long term, and rewarding relationship.
Customer service is founded upon reliability. We want to exceed rather than satisfy our customers’ expectations.
Professionalism is key to delivering training to the highest quality and ethical standards. We uphold continuous professional development as well as respecting the high standards that are already embedded in existing best practice.