What kind of an Apprenticeship suits you best?
SETA - 50 years of exceeding expectations
Are you interested in Engineering Apprenticeship?
Visit us at our dedicated engineering training in Reddish, Stockport to find out more about an application process and how to start your Engineering Apprenticeship.
Email us at email@example.com to find out more.
Arrange your visit to SETA’s Learning and Skills Academy:
Address: 18 Hammond Avenue, Reddish, Stockport, SK4 1PQ
Phone: +44 (0)161 480 9822
Get paid, get trained, get qualified!
Visit us on Open Day in March 2020
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are now recruiting for September 2019 intake.
If you are interested in applying for Engineering Apprenticeship, please call us at 0161 480 9822
email: email@example.com or visit us:
SETA Learning and Skills Academy
18 Hammond Avenue
Whitehill Industrial Estate
Stockport SK4 1PQ
Interested in Engineering Apprenticeship?
Call us today and start your journey to exciting career!
- Arrange a tour of SETA’s Learning and Skills Academy
- Meet current apprentices and find out about the apprentice experience and the practical and theoretical training
- Discuss with members of staff the application process, employment and qualifications delivered
- Pick-up an apprenticeship application form and ask any questions about completing the application.
Download Apprenticeships Brochure: Seta-Apprenticeships-b-2015
SETA is also now delivering Higher Apprenticeships in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering.
In 2016 we will celebrate 50 years of delivering the finest industrial, safety and business training.
- Precision Manufacturing
- Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance
- Welding and Fabrication
- Engineering Design and Draughting
“Is an apprenticeship the right career path for you”?
GET PAID >> GET TRAINED >> GET QUALIFIED
An apprenticeship gives you the opportunity to gain nationally recognized qualifications and develop new skills, whilst earning money and building a relationship with an employer, in a real job.
Quality training >> Recognized qualifications >> Exciting career >>Secure future
APPRENTICESHIP: The Process
WHAT CONTRIBUTION IS NEEDED TO COMPLETE APPRENTICESHIP
- Commitment: You need to be punctual, reliable and trustworthy
- Grades: You’ll need 4 or more GCSE’s (or equivalent) at grades A-C which must include Maths, Science and English
- Fully equipped training centre
- Job vacancy matching service
- Experienced tutors and assessors
- Exceptional support for apprentices
- Job offer: including regular wage and paid holidays
- Work experience
- Time to train and learn
- Support of the colleagues
the EXPERIENCEFrom awards and recognition to raising money for those amazing charities, being apprentice with SETA is so much more than I expected!
I was pleased to get the Electrical Section Award as it relates to my job and will improve my career progression and opportunities
“I received two awards 1st in the BTEC Award and 2nd in the Health & Safety Award, which I was pleased with, and it was great to get recognition from SETA”
“I never thought I would be showing a presentation about women in engineering
to almost 50 Chief Executives at a National Conference” Sarah Chadwick, Jacobs Engineering
FAQ: YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
How Much Can Engineers Earn?
You are guaranteed minimum wage, however, as skills develop, many employers tend to increase wages – in fact, research has found that apprentices earn an average of £170 net pay per week.
The apprentice NMW applies to all 16 to 18 year old apprentices and to those aged 19 and over in the first year of their Apprenticeship.
Example earnings comparison, as per survey by Engineering Council:
£63,000 Chartered Engineer
Q: Do I have to pay to become an apprentice?
Q: Can you help me find a job?
- we help you through our apprenticeship vacancy matching service
- we help you prepare for a job interview
- we provide helpful hints and tips for approaching companies directly
Q: How far can I go with an apprenticeship?
Apprenticeship gives you sought after work experience and relevant training, as well as recognized qualifications that enable you to continue your education to a Degree level.
You will still need to study, but you learn skills that can help you start a rewarding career.
Apprenticeships are nationally recognised work based learning programmes specifically designed to meet the requirements of different occupations.
There are three levels of apprenticeship:
- Intermediate Apprenticeship – duration approximately 24 months, qualification Level NVQ 2 suitable for non-complex jobs, this includes an online self study technical certificate and examination
- Advanced Apprenticeship – duration approximately 36- 42 months, qualification level NVQ 3 in engineering discipline, suitable for more complex jobs
- Higher Apprenticeship – duration 36-48 months aimed at those with aspirations to achieve higher level skills and become leaders and managers
Read more here: Apprenticeships:Parent Information
SETA is now delivering Higher Apprenticeships in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering!
The Higher Apprenticeship framework has been designed to provide the manufacturing and engineering sector with high grade technicians and engineers who have practical skills, combined with a higher education qualification.
The framework facilitates progression to Level 5/6 and Incorporate Engineer status.
Generally all age groups can apply for the Higher Apprenticeship framework and this should be considered as an alternative to graduate recruitment with obvious benefits to employers and apprentices.