Speke Training & Education Centre
Car parking is available at the rear of the building as well as the bays along the side of Unit House
Training Provision

As featured on BBC Radio Merseyside's Sean Styles Show, we are offering a new course to help you to successfully complete your driving theory test to enhance your employabilty.  The course is free for local residents aged 20+ in Liverpool City Council wards (we especially welcome residents of Speke Garston, Belle Vale and Wavertree) as funding is provided by LCC's Adult Learning Service. 

Here's a link to the radio feature, thanks to Jo from the A Team, 84 minutes into Sean's show:

http://bbc.in/2lHKbxn


Brand new ground floor offices available to rent now at Unit House, email stec@btconnect.com for more details, some photos below.



Please follow the link below to our Facebook page for the full set of photos from the latest awards presentation in December 2016 with Liverpool Lord Mayor Roz Gladden

 http://tinyurl.com/STECAwards2016



 

  
STEC Care & ICT Awards 17th October 2014
More photos can be found in our Facebook Album:
STEC Care & ICT Awards October 2014



STEC Awards Night at Liverpool Town Hall with      
Lord Mayor Gary Millar, 25th February 2014.

Full Photo Album can be accessed on our Facebook page at the link below:
http://tinyurl.com/STEC-Awards-Photo-Album

Introduction

Speke Training & Education Centre (STEC) is a registered charity which was established in 1980. We aim to contribute to sustainable regeneration on Merseyside by supporting unemployed people back into employment and by promoting lifelong learning amongst those people who move into employment. We try to accomplish these goals through the provision of community learning and skills training programmes.

 

Our activities are diverse and because we seek to provide a bridge between business and communities, our training reflects the varied contexts in which people can enjoy and benefit from learning – from community-based learning in one of our community computer clubs, learning with one of our partners in the community or joining us on Speke Boulevard to undertake learning programmes at STEC. We actively welcome all applicants facing disadvantage and barriers to success in the labour market or to progression in life - whether this may involve further / higher education, achieving greater well-being or simply playing a more active role in their community.

 

Whilst learning is clearly a big part of STEC, we are much more than just a training centre – we are a resource for individuals, for community groups and for business. This is exemplified by our managed office tenancy service that is both extremely competitive and highly popular with charities and small businesses alike.

 

We are proud to be based in Speke Garston and to have made a contribution to the regeneration of south Liverpool during the past two decades. We hope to continue to serve beneficiaries for many years to come by working in partnership with Employers, Colleges, Local Authorities, Jobcentre Plus, Learning in Work Centres, Registered Social Landlords and the vibrant network which constitutes the Voluntary Sector in the North West. 

 

However, please don’t take my word for it. Speak to STEC people – staff, Learning & Digital Champions, learners, tenants, local businesses, community partners and former beneficiaries to discover what we can offer. On behalf of the Trustees of STEC, I extend a true “Scouse” welcome and invite you to browse the following pages - maybe we have something to offer you!

Frances Hunt
Chair of Board of Trustees












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