Launch of SDM Training Services

SDM Training Services formed with the goal providing employability support to those with barriers to employment.


Incorporated as a Private Limited Company

The decision was made to migrate from being a sole trader to registering as a business.


First Vocational Rehabilitation Referral

Having established a relationship with Ergocom Ltd, we received our first referral to support individuals with health conditions back back into employment on a 1:1 basis.


Armed Forces Covenant

As part of our commitment to support the armed forces and veterans community, we are delighted to confirm that we have signed the Armed Forces Covenant.


Employer Recognition Scheme Bronze Award Certificate

To further underpin our support of the armed forces and veterans community, we are proud to receive the bronze award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS).


Vocational Rehabilitation Association Membership

SDM Training Services are proud to become organisational members of the VRA. This underpins our determination to support individuals with physical and mental health conditions into employment. as part of membership, we are committed to supporting organisations and individual members via webinars and the sharing of best practice.


First Prison Course Launched

In partnership with CXK, we proudly commenced delivery of the Work Ready Programme within 2 Kent Prisons. This is the first time that SDM Training Services have provided support as a company within a secure establishment.


£1,000 Partners for Growth Grant

To support our drive to offer more inclusive audio-visual based learning, as well as develop our social media presence, Medway Council Partners for Growth Panel awarded SDM Training Services a £1,000 Growth Grant. The grant enables the purchase of several items, including a vlogging camera, green screen, mobile whiteboard and a Remarkable 2.


Bee Work Ready Free Resources Launched

To enhance the support we offer, and our reputation, a programme of regular free resources and Tea Break Talks is launched. These are based on a range of employability subjects and offer self-help support across social/professional media and community based apps.


Website Membership Area Goes Live

A wide range of employability learning resources, including handouts and video content, was made available to those being supported via our website. This allows them to access additional resources and continue to do so as part of the AfterCare support programme.