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Bespoke Training and Education provides an alternative and flexible approach to education and wellbeing.


We run educational and wellbeing courses to help individuals who are missing out on aspects of their education, through ill health, behaviour or other mental health or educational issues, to those who need to retrain or are unemployed.


Our aim is to help every person improve their wellbeing, increase self-esteem and develop pathways to expand opportunities to reach their full potential in education, employment and health.




We are accredited to run our educational programmes through Open College Network and 1st4Sport.

We cover a range of nationally recognised qualifications that will enhance the opportunities of improving  education to securing employment.


Bespoke Training & Education is able to design specific programmes including nationally recognised qualifications in maths, English and science to animal care, sports coaching, health and fitness, personal training,  business, horticulture and employability.


Our programmes are inclusive and we are fully aware that people are at different stages of their journey Working, towards one of our qualifications or attending our wellbeing programmes will need different approaches to help people achieve their full potential.


Staff have vast experience of tutoring, mentoring or youth work with young people form primary and high school to further education.


We integrate maths and English into our courses, which brings confidence to our learners, as they are learning the subjects through specific examples from an area of interest. We call this ‘learning without knowing’ and along with our ‘Chats 4 Change’ tutoring programme, we have had great success.





We have developed a number of health and well-being programmes, which are based around overcoming individual barriers. The courses are to help developing individual’s self-esteem, confidence and  improving personal health.


These programmes can filter into our education programme, therefore helping people gain a positive approach to further learning and eventually qualifications or getting back into mainstream education or employment.