On Wednesday 5th April some of our BTEC Learners went to Bridgewater Hall in Manchester for a fantastic opportunity to see this feat of engineering with it’s ‘Giant Springs’ structure.
One particular comment from a parent was that they could see that there was a really good relationship between the Apprentices and staff. The Apprentices that stayed behind to help out were outstanding and made sure all visitors felt welcome and received an informative tour of the centre.
SETA is keen to see more of the exceptional young women start their career in engineering and holding the event on the International Women’s Day reinforces our dedication to that mission. Some of our best Apprentices over the years were female, winning multiple local and national awards, prestigious scholarships and continuing their stellar careers in engineering. Please help us spread this message and invite young women to get in touch with SETA!
Find out more about Engineering Apprenticeships and meet prestigious local employers who are recruiting Apprentices right now at SETA’s OPEN DAY 8th March 2017.
During Open Day at SETA Engineering Training Centre in Stockport on 8th March from 10am to 8pm you will have a chance to attend several demonstrations presented by prestigious local employers.
Each year SETA’s OPEN DAY attracts hundreds of young people and parents, who want to find out more about Engineering Apprenticeships and meet prestigious local employers who are recruiting Apprentice
Learning lessons from the past to create a safer, better future.
On Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD)-27 January – we remember the millions of people killed in the Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution and in the subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur and challenge hatred and persecution in the UK today.