Central Training works with a broad range of clients from a cross section of industries. We work with local authorities, housing associations, the NHS, schools and colleges, airports, restaurants and many other industries. We work with large, medium and small organisations and individuals.
Please see below a list of some of our clients:
Metropolitan Thames Valley is one of the UK’s leading providers of affordable housing and care and support services who own and manage a large portfolio of nearly 38,000 homes, providing services to more than 71,000 customers across London, the East Midlands and the East of England. Metropolitan Thames Valley deliver care and support to customers with a wide range of needs, specialising in services for older people and for people with mental health issues and learning disabilities.
Central has worked with Metropolitan Thames Valley for over 15 years and currently deliver mandatory and professional development training courses to their services throughout London and the East of England.
Bridge Mental Health
Bridge offer mental health and wellbeing support suited to the needs of the individual. This can range from floating support visits within the community, to in-house services across a range of supported housing. Bridge also provide services for forensic mental health issues.
Central and Cecil
Central & Cecil Housing Trust provide housing and support throughout London, the Home Counties and the Midlands. C&C provide housing and support for people who have mental health support needs, older people and people with medical needs in various accommodation including sheltered accommodation, supported housing and extra care.
Evolve Housing + Support
Evolve Housing + Support are a leading homelessness charity in London providing supported housing for homeless people, working with 2000 people each year. Evolve provide a solution to homelessness through shelter, support and advice to over 600 people each day, who would otherwise be homeless across four London Boroughs.
One Housing Group
One Housing Group are a non-profit organisation whose commercial success as a housing developer enables their provision of high quality, affordable homes to meet the needs of local people. Their care and support arm, One Support, is London’s largest provider of support housing and services to people with complex needs.
Community Options provides a range of services and accommodation across London and the South East including: accommodation based services, Community Engagement & Inclusion Services, Community Support Services, Registered Residential Care Homes and Shared Housing, for people living with mental ill-health, people with Learning Disabilities and Older Adults.
Cyrenians provide care, support and housing in London for people who may be homeless, have a learning disability or a mental health need.
Thames Reach is a London-based charity helping homeless and vulnerable people to find decent homes, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives.
Yad Voezer provides a care home for people with learning disabilities and people with autistic spectrum conditions. The service provides care for men in line with Orthodox Jewish practices.
They also provide residential accommodation for people with learning disabilities, mental health conditions, physical disabilities and sensory impairments.
St Mungo’s is a charity and housing association working directly every day with people who are sleeping rough, in hostels and at risk of homelessness. From supporting people away from sleeping rough, through to helping them rebuild their lives and fulfil their ambitions.
Peter Bedford Housing Association
Peter Bedford Housing Association works with socially excluded adults in North East London, providing supported housing alongside a wide range of vocational and community based training opportunities and other activities in some of London’s most deprived areas.
CAYSH works with young people facing homelessness in London, providing safe homes and support to enable them to achieve their potential.
Three Cs is a person-centred, inclusive organisation for people with learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges.
St Michael's Fellowship
St Michael’s Fellowship works with disadvantaged families in London and the south east to improve their lives and futures and to secure the best possible future for their children. Services include; family assessments and support in residency and the community, a family contact service to keep families together where possible; and outreach to young parents in Lambeth.