NSEG was formed in May 1966 in response to the Engineering Industry Training Board Levy/Grant scheme, which was introduced to ensure all companies in the engineering sector played their part in training activities. The levy/grant scheme was perceived to penalise small companies who had no access to direct training facilities, or people employed as direct training specialists.
Twenty two small to medium sized engineering companies pooled their resources to form the association, many of them still in membership, with the concept of sharing the cost of a training professional.
The Company became a Limited Company in 1968 and is Limited by Guarantee, with no share capital, and has charitable status. Each company in membership has a Nominated Representative, usually at Director level.
The Group offers a professional service in all aspects of:- Employment law, training (management to shop floor), training needs analysis, NVQ’s, Portable Appliance Testing and Health & Safety. Courses are provided in many disciplines such as:- Abrasive Wheels, Power Press Regulations, Employment Law & Regulations and Health & Safety. Courses are also developed to meet special needs upon request.
Paul joined the Group in 2003. Paul has overall responsibility for the Group.CONTACT PAUL
Karen joined the group in February 2000. She looks after the Groups Administration and Finances.CONTACT KAREN
Dan joined the group in 2005 as an NVQ Assessor/Training Advisor and now has responsibility for the assessment centre.CONTACT DANIEL
Kevin joined the group in March 2008. He assesses apprentices in the workplace and also advises members on their Health & Safety requirements and delivers Health & Safety training.CONTACT KEVIN
Sara joined the Group in February 2013. She is responsible for the recruitment of apprentices and for placing apprentices in companies.CONTACT SARA
Lee joined the Group in August 2014. He is a time served multi-skilled electrical/mechanical engineer with 20 years of experience in industry. He is one of our assessors and he conducts assessments with our apprentices in the workplace.CONTACT LEE
Jenny joined the company in April 2015. Along with being responsible for helping companies to find an apprentice to suit their requirements, Jenny is also responsible for the administration of the assessment centre.CONTACT JENNY
Rob joined us in September 2015 and is Nebosh qualified. Rob advises member companies on their Health and Safety needs and delivers health and safety training.CONTACT ROB
Kerry joined us in January 2017 and provides support to the finance and administration department.CONTACT KERRY
Shane joined the Group in January 2016. He himself completed an apprenticeship with NSEGTA achieving an apprentice of the year award. Since then, Shane has gained much experience in all aspects of engineering.CONTACT SHANE