“I had decided that I didn’t want to continue studying at college, but I wanted to work and learn at the same time. This opportunity was ideal."
In its 5-yearly inspection (delayed by a year due to the Covid pandemic) Ofsted was pleased with the "good" standard of training given and rated the learning given in ‘behaviour and attitudes’ as outstanding.
“I’m very happy at TT. I have mates who went on to university and now are paying back debts; whereas I’ve worked, become qualified and earned throughout. “The apprenticeship gave me a great start to my career.”
At Swatpro Academy apprentices embarking on an engineering apprenticeship will be trained at the British Engineering Manufacturers Association (BEMA) training centre in Yate, just north of Bristol.
For every business and non-profit making organisation, making the most of your offer in the digital work (and using technology to enhance it) is critical. This is why Swatpro Academy is now offering Level 3 Digital Marketer apprenticeship schemes.
If you hired an apprentice between 1 October 2021 and 31 January 2022, and they have an apprenticeship start date between 1 October 2021 and 31 March 2022, you could be eligible to apply for a £3,000 incentive payment for hiring a new apprentice.
Have you worked at the “coalface” of IT and are ready to pass on your knowledge to young people and learners looking to build a career in this skill-shortage sector?
Undergoing an apprenticeship is about much more than just gaining a qualification – it’s about gaining skills and competencies – as Torquay-based chef Andy Yarde can attest.
Swatpro Academy just love giving learners the best possible boost to their careers and are delighted when apprentices are enthusiastic about their courses.
“I’ve always believed if you work hard and persevere at something, you can achieve great things,” says James Jackson. James' hard work and perseverance achieved him a Distinction in Level 3 Mechanical Engineering apprenticeship.