Welcome to Hamlets Training Centre
At Hamlets Training Centre, our commitment is to provide high quality, professional training. We are accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) and approved by Trinity College London as a listed SELT course provider. Additionally, our qualifications are offered from leading awarding bodies such as CIEH, HABC, ESB, EDI Pearson and British Safety Council. At the training centre, our aim is to provide learners with intensive, comprehensive and legally up to date courses in order to aid them in every aspect of their lives, whether that be professionally or legally.
Since starting up the centre we at Hamlets have worked tirelessly to provide access to the local community and beyond with professional and valid qualifications and thus have become one of the leading national training providers. Our training experience is unique as we provide high quality after-care, support and administrative services.
Popular Training Courses:
- English Language (A1 SELT & A2 SELT) for immigration
- B1 (SELT) & Life in the UK for settlement or citizenship (and B1 English for Private Hire Drivers)
- Food Safety, Food Allergy & Personal Licence
- First Aid, Fire Safety and Health & Safety
- Functional Skills
The qualifications listed above are delivered by qualified and experienced teachers/ trainers from all over the UK. This is to suit learning and budgetary needs which includes learning programmes for managers, supervisors, front line team members and kitchen staff. We also have partnerships with private organisations such as Bart’s and The NHS Trust which ensures 100% success rate for the delivery of training.
Hamlets Training Centre is a listed SELT Course provider for A1 SELT & A2 SELT for immigration and B1 SELT for settlement or British citizenship.
All prospective private-hire taxi drivers in London could face written English test…………………..The Guardian, 24th September 2016
All new applicants and existing private hire drivers renewing their licence who are not from a majority English speaking country will be required to meet a new English language requirement from 1 October 2016………………….
Transport for London
Uber takes TfL to high court over English written test