Congratulations from SETA to the following apprentices on successful achievement of Advanced Engineering Apprenticeship!
Will Elliot and James Morris employed by Street Crane, Chapel en le Frith both succeed in completing an Advanced Apprenticeship in Electrical Engineering.
Jack Kelly, employed by Baerlocher, Bury has completed an Advanced Apprenticeship in Electrical Engineering Maintenance.
They have gained at least 3 years of technical experience in their chosen professions and are now ready to start their full-time professional careers.
Completing an apprenticeship takes a great deal of hard work and dedication.
Employers and apprentices alike value the unique mixture of craft training, academic qualifications and on-the job experience that apprenticeships offer. SETA Training Academy delivers engineering qualifications and skills training on behalf of the employers at their bespoke training facilities in Stockport. Apprentices are also supported and mentored within their workplaces, gaining valuable work skills and experience. All apprentices training with SETA are in paid employment with their respective companies.
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Apprentice numbers are increasing. The government has pledged to increase apprenticeships to 3 million by 2020.
Young people chose the Apprenticeship route, because it can give them a broader career choice and increase their employability.
Higher Education is now accepting vocational qualifications such as NVQ’s as an acceptable entry level onto many of their courses; many colleges often prefer students who have had work experience. Employers definitely prefer them, as vocational qualifications reflect the ability of the young people to perform in a job.
SETA is one of the leading Engineering Apprenticeship providers in the North West and has been helping young people start their engineering careers since 1966.
SETA Apprentices have progressed into senior technician, specialist and managerial and director roles.