We are proud to partner with a range of charities and not-for-profit organisations to enable us to reach further into our communities and make a positive difference. We work with partners to develop important new content and provide access to transformational training that builds confidence, skills and new opportunities.
High Speed Training is proud to be working in partnership with the charity Magic Breakfast to ensure that no child is too hungry to learn and thrive.
In the current cost of living crisis, hunger is soaring and 4 million children in the UK are at risk of food poverty. Hunger is a proven barrier to learning and will impact the course of children’s lives, limiting their educational attainment and social mobility. Magic Breakfast has never been more in demand.
As a learning provider, we believe in the power of education and that’s why we are working with Magic Breakfast to provide children in disadvantaged areas across the UK with free nutritious breakfasts that will help them to reach their full potential at school.
Every time we sell a Level 2 Food Hygiene for Catering course we will donate the cost of one breakfast to help feed a child. Over the next year we aim to donate over 100,000 breakfasts, feeding the equivalent of 500 children for a full academic year and giving them a proper chance to succeed.Visit Magic Breakfast
We are delighted to be working in partnership with Beam, a charity and award-winning social enterprise, to change people’s lives around. Beam helps the homeless, prison leavers and refugees into secure employment and safe housing, by addressing financial barriers, providing 1:1 guidance and access to a supportive online community.
As the issue of homelessness continues to increase, we are proud to partner with Beam, who help more homeless people into jobs than any other non-governmental organisation. Beam, a B Corp like High Speed Training, shares our belief in equality of opportunity and works hard to ensure that no one is left behind.
As a training company, we provide Beam’s members with free access to our courses that help provide clear pathways to employment. In 2023 we also donated £13,250 to Beam, enabling them to help 144 people leave homelessness for good.
According to NHS Digital, only 5.1% of adults with a learning disability known to their local authority in England are in paid work.
As part of our commitment to be a force for good and assist people into employment, High Speed Training have donated a number of courses to two charities that work with people with autism and learning difficulties: REACCH South West CIC and The Parchment Trust.
We provided these charities with a range of courses to assist in the training of their staff and attendees, and help to develop their members’ employability skills.Read the case study
High Speed Training worked with Migration Yorkshire as part of their Connecting Opportunities programme to deliver access to our full range of training courses to help new migrants develop their skills, confidence and wellbeing.
Working in partnership with ex-Premier League footballer Paul Stewart, we created a Safeguarding in Sport course to equip sports coaches, parents and volunteers with the tools to be able to confidently identify and prevent abusive behaviours in sport. We are proud to offer this essential training free of charge to anyone working in grassroots sports.Read the case study