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Welcome to Time2Train.

Time2Train is a limited company who provide high level expertise to those wishing to participate in vocational and work-based programmes.


The mission of Time2Train is to:

Inspire, provide and support achievement

  • Support employers to develop their people and grow their business.
  • Provide personalised and focused teaching and training processes.
  • Support learner development and achievement, our success depends on our attention to individual needs.

The company provides these services in the most timely manner and with an ongoing comprehensive quality control programme to provide 100% customer satisfaction. This helps to provide greater long-term profits through referrals and repeat business.


Business Description and Vision

Time2Train’s provision covers the North East and North West of England. The Management Team have been delivering training for employers and to individuals for over 25 years.

John Young (Chief Executive Officer) – Following a successful career in the Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service John became engaged with the Princes Trust.  This entailed delivering learning programmes to help young people fulfil their potential.  Following his success with these programmes John set up his own company Time2Train.  Time2Train work predominately with employers and individuals developing structured programmes of training, leading to recognized qualifications.

Heather Prentice (Centre Coordinator/Operations Manager) – Qualified and experienced trainer, Training Officer, Internal Quality Assurance (IQA and centre coordinator. Change to: Qualified and experienced Training Officer, Internal Quality Assurance Officer and Centre coordinator.

Time2Train is a partner of Learning Curve Group and works with stakeholders  Education & Skills  Funding Agency (ESFA) and European Social Fund (ESF), also we are a subcontractor for Hull College

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