SETA believes it is important for young people to get a clearer view of the way engineering is involved in our lives and the varied roles and companies.
We will be visiting Stockport Academy and Loretto sixth form to talk with pupils and students about our industry and apprenticeships with SETA.
We have forwarded the Tomorrow’s Engineers information to 20 schools and sixth forms in our effort to inform as many young people as possible about possibilities open to them.
First year Apprentices employed by several companies who started their engineering craft training at SETA. The Apprentices will go in different Technical roles including electrical maintenance and design.
They applied to SETA in the summer of 2019 and their craft training is a vital component of developing their understanding of engineering and the jobs they will do.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 4TH -8TH November
Engineers are key to helping the nation keep healthy and well – from helping find cures for cancer and keeping people safe at sea to helping dementia patients.
Today marks the beginning of Tomorrow’s Engineers Week – this year it shines the light on engineers that make the world a better place.
Five engineers from across the UK were handpicked to front #EngineerOnAMission for Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2019 to inspire a new generation into the profession.
Each Engineer on a Mission is the star of a film that highlights the impact engineers have on people’s lives, which will be shown to around 50,000 students at the Tomorrow’s Engineers Week Big Assembly on Wednesday 6  November.
Find out more:
Are you an employer seeking to recruit an apprentice?
We are currently training a number of school and college leavers who are keen to secure an Apprenticeship and train to be an engineer. Contact Julie Burns jburns@setatraining.com or Simon Artley sartley@setatraining.com 01614809822

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