Achievement Training Ltd (ATL) is one of the city’s largest providers of quality education and training, offering a diverse range of exciting career opportunities for all kinds of people. We are proud to have built a solid reputation with over 25 years’ experience in serving our community and supporting employers to maintain quality standards. Our company mission of “Actively Transforming Lives” sees us preparing and upskilling those already in employment, as well as future-proofing local business by training school-leavers, job-seekers or anyone seeking to develop in their chosen careers.

We are a Disability Confident Employer, have been continuously graded “Good” by OFSTED and are long-standing holders of the MATRIX standard for careers information, advice and guidance. Learners and employers consistently rate our services above 95%.

Our standard working week is usually 34 hours, Monday to Friday, however there is a good deal of flexibility within many of our roles, with part-time and/or job sharing opportunities available for discussion with the right candidates. Additionally, some flexibility may be required depending on the sector in which you work. All staff receive 36 days annual leave (or pro-rata equivalent) and access to our Cycle-To-Work scheme, as well as fantastic opportunities for professional development and expanding skills and experience.

Want to get into teaching? Trainee positions are usually available for candidates with relevant occupational or technical qualifications/experience. Full formal teaching qualifications, mentorship and study support are provided in-house by our highly experienced team, offering a gateway to becoming a qualified Tutor/Assessor. If you’d like to pass on your knowledge to the next generation of professionals in your industry, check back regularly to browse through our vacancies below.

Join the team and make a difference!

All applications should be made by CV and supporting statement to:

English Tutor/Assessor(28hours per week)

More to learn?

Working at ATL as an Employed Apprentice means you will be part of the team as a full member of staff and receive both on- and off-the-job training to reach your goals. Available roles will be listed below, usually in the areas of Administration, IT or Learning Support, with links opening to the Government’s Find an Apprenticeship website. You will need to create a profile to log-in and submit your application:

No Apprentice Vacancies at present, but check back soon!




Thank you for your interest in working at Achievement Training!

One of the city’s largest providers of quality education and training for twenty-five years, we offer a diverse range of exciting career opportunities for all kinds of people.

We believe our employees are our greatest asset and recognise our responsibility to ensure all staff are offered appropriate guidance, training and support.  This development begins at the induction stage when a new employee joins and continues throughout employment.

Our aim is to support and develop all employees, whatever their role, so that they feel confident to undertake the responsibilities placed upon them and ultimately are able to contribute to the success of the organisation. All new staff are assigned a mentor to provide support throughout their probation period (and beyond where necessary).

Queries about any of our vacancies can be directed to our friendly HR team via email at

Good luck with your application!

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