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Student Services


Information And Advice For Potential And Current Students:

Aspect Training can provide advice and guidance enabling you to make informed decisions and plan your future career. We can also help you to complete job or course applications including CV’s and assist with UCAS applications. If you are unhappy with your current course or thinking about leaving please contact the careers team before you leave to discuss your options. Careers Advisers can help you talk through your difficulties and may be able to arrange for you to transfer to another course or look at other suitable options.

Ian May is the Careers Advisor and Personal Advancement Advisor who will offer confidential one to one advice over the telephone or in person (as necessary). If you click the call back request button (on the right) we will arrange to speak to you. If you would rather we email a reply then simply send your query to info@aspect-training.co.uk.

Office hours in which you can contact us: 

Monday          09:00 - 17:30

Tuesday         09:00 - 17:30

Wednesday    09:00 - 17:30

Thursday        09:00 - 17:30

Friday             09:00 – 16:00

Saturday        Closed

Sunday          Closed

Want to enrol with us?

Please use the contact form or call back request button (on the right) to submit an enquiry about the course you would like to undertake. After initial conversation about your job role, location and hours of work etc, we then send you an application form where we assess all of the information you have provided to see if the course you have chosen is relevant and suitable. We then contact you to let you know if you have been successful. We would also offer alternative routes/choices if the programme you decide on isn't suitable at the time.

We welcome students of all ages (18+) and backgrounds and strive to meet your requirements so you can achieve success. Our training centre is based in Sheffield which is easily reachable by car, bus or tram and we encourage all of our students to work here as often as they can (within office hours and at a time when your dedicated assessor is available to meet). You can also work on your own at home with telephone or email support, can do all the work digitally or on paper and can complete work at the right pace for you. 

Please note: We would need permission from your employer if they are going to have any involvement in the programme e.g allowing you to take time off work, undertaking observations in the workplace etc

 
  How to find us and contact information

How to find us and contact information