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Shaping the Future for Engineering
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Thinking about becoming an Engineering Apprentice?

 

The fast moving environment of Engineering can be an exciting and hugely rewarding career. At DTA we have over 25 years experience in training Apprentices and are run by industry professionals. We are equipped with the latest manufacturing equipment - Computer Aided Design (CAM), Computer Aided Manufacture (CAM) and our new Hydraulics Bench, we are here to invest in you and your future.

We will bring you together with an Employer who is keen to build a good working relationship with you, sustain their business and offer you a worthwhile career. Over three and a half years you will receive high quality on the job training with your Employer and on day release at our specialist facility in Malton. You will be earning while you learn and achieving qualifications that will stand you in good stead for life. 

You will be taught by our highly qualified trainers, themselves professional engineers, you can be assured of plenty of support and guidance when you need it. 

So, if you're looking for a career with plenty of interest, opportunity and earning power we're glad you've found us!

 


How do I become an Advanced Engineering Apprentice?

 

If you're thinking about a career in Engineering you will need to complete one of our Online Application Forms. Make sure to fill it in with as much detail as possible, especially your work experience and why you want to do an Apprenticeship. We will also need an up to date copy of your CV to send out to Employers. 

Once we have received your application form we will invite you to sit a DTA Assessment Test, this will more than likely be in the form of an email so do keep checking your email for an invite.  

We recommend that you have 4 GCSE's (C and above) in Maths, English, Science and ICT or equivalent. As part of your Advanced Apprenticeship you will be required to sit Level 2 Functional Skills should you not have a grade C or above.

If you're unsure about what we offer, we are more than happy to offer tours of the building to show you our facilities and have a chat about what an Apprenticeship involves and what types of Engineering we offer.  

For more information please contact us either via email on info@derwenttraining.co.uk or Tel: (01653) 697698

 


How do I find an Engineering Apprentice for my business?

 

As an 'employer led' training of excellence we are here to work with you, helping you with the recruitment, tailoring the training to meet your business requirements and ensuring the highest standard of training for your Apprentice all at the minimum cost to your business. 


For more information or to show your interest in taking on an Apprentice, please contact Howard Cooper on 01653 697698 or via email on howard@derwenttraining.co.uk

 

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