Welcome to The Workforce Development Trust Group
A group of sector specialists with over 50 years experience supporting workforce development, incorporating Skills for Health, Skills for Justice, SFJ Awards and People 1st International.
We are the parent company to a collective of like-minded organisations operating collaboratively to develop the skills of individuals and teams across a broad range of sectors, both in the UK and internationally.
We do this as a group through our brands, who work in different sectors to support workforce development, skills, and learning strategies for governments, employers, training providers, public sector bodies, and private companies.
Get to know our brands
As a group of sector-specific bodies, we operate as one in the delivery of our corporate values and strategies, and are the only not-for-profit organisation of our kind operating across a range of vital sectors to support workforce development both in the UK and overseas. Our four brands hold the same core values and charitable aims throughout all our work, and how we function as a wider group.
Learn more about our group values
The Workforce Development Trust group is made up of talented, sector specialists and corporate services that, together, improve the lives of thousands of individuals by supporting employers to improve skills and enhance jobs across a range of industries.
We’re continually seeking like-minded, passionate people to join us, working across our four brands, in health, justice, hospitality, retail, travel, and aviation, or in one of our corporate teams.
Market Engagement Officer
Market Engagement Officer required to support SFJ Awards, to help shape the development and implementation of a market engagement and product/service....Apply Now
Digital Marketing Manager – Health
This is a fixed-term role to cover our Digital Marketing Manager, who is going on maternity leave.Apply Now
End-Point Assessment Coordinator
To deliver an effective, efficient and value for money programme of activities within SFJ Awards’ End-Point Assessment service offer.Apply Now
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