Congratulations to those pictured below who have all passed the Industrial Environment Awareness exam that forms part of the technical certificate required for their apprenticeship.
Pictured from left to right – Finlay Dermott, Jason Allen, Liam Podmore, Jack Griffiths, Max Eilledge, Jake Mohring, Henry Fossick, Zach Leeson and their tutor, Shane Edwards of NSEGTA.
In addition to working towards their Level 3 Technical Certificate, some of NSEGTA’s apprentices have received extra training from Sandvik in conjunction with NSEGTA. These apprentices have now achieved a certificate in Basic Metal Cutting and are pictured here with NSEGTA’s Shane Edwards and Sandvik’s Paul Lyle and Jonathan Palmer.
Congratulations to our apprentices who have recently completed their IOP Technical Certificate with NSEGTA.
They are all pictured here after being told they had successfully passed their examination. Well done to all.
As part of NSEGTA’s commitment to work with companies to ensure all aspects of Health and Safety are managed, we have introduced awards for the companies who have really taken this on board and shown their commitment to the Health and Safety of their employees.
Health and Safety Commitment to Improvement Award 2017 – CDS Group
Pictured below is Chris Johnson of CDS and NSEGTA Head of Health and Safety Kevin Locke
Health and Safety Company of the Year of Award 2017 – Grenville Engineering
Pictured here is Joint Managing Director of Grenville and NSEGTA Head of Health and Safety Kevin Locke
December 6th 2017 saw NSEGTA host their annual presentation event for apprentices who have excelled during the past year. The standards being set by our apprentices seem to get higher each year and NSEGTA are proud to be a part of this. The winners of this years awards have produced excellent NVQ work, received praise from their assessors and praise from the companies they work for. NSEGTA would like to thank the apprentices for their hard work, dedication and commitment and would also like to thank the companies who have supported and encouraged them.
Apprentice of the Year 2017 – Robert Mellor of Angstrom
Robert is pictured here with Rob Lymer of Angstrom, NSEGTA Chairman Dave Edwards and his NSEGTA Assessor Shane Edwards.
Advanced Apprentice of the Year 2017 – Reece Poole of Merlin
Reece is pictured here with NSEGTA Chairman Dave Edwards and his NSEGTA Assessor Shane Edwards
Chairman’s Prize for Outstanding Performance in Engineering 2017 – James Cross of Frank Roberts & Sons
James is pictured here with NSEGTA Chairman Dave Edwards.
As part of the Level 3 Technical Certificate that NSEGTA are delivering, we were proud to welcome representatives from Sandvik who came in to train the class on machining methods and techniques along with tooling applications.
Sandvik is a global engineering group and have expertise in material technology.
If you feel that your apprentice would benefit from training such as this, please get in touch.
Congratulations to those pictured below who have all passed the Industrial Environment Awareness exam that forms part of their technical certificate required for their apprenticeship.
From left to right – Ian Ferguson, Robert Mellor, Luke Carnwell, Zac Heeland, Dan Blundred and Jack Matthias.
2016 was another successful year for our apprentices which saw 4 of them acknowledged for their dedication and hard work.
Winner of the Apprentice of the Year Award – Liam Deakin. Liam is pictured here with Mike Morris and Steve Hemmings of Interdri Engineering Services.
Winner of the Advanced Apprentice of the Year Award – Max May. Max is pictured here with Tristan Weller of Coorstek , Crewe.
Winner of the Chairman’s Prize for Outstanding Performance – Kane Newton. Kane is pictured here with Simon Whiteley of Otter Controls.
Winner of the Outstanding Portfolio Award – Liam Ferneyhough. Liam is pictured here with Paul Corbishley of Turner ECS.
In April 2017, the government will introduce an apprenticeship levy.
Companies with a paybill of over £3 million a year will be expected to make an investment in apprenticeships.
However, whether you pay into the levy or not, apprenticeship funding will change. Full details are still to be released by the government who are releasing information periodically. But it WILL mean that companies will have to make a contribution to the cost of training an apprentice.
There will still be funding available for an apprentice signed up before April 2017 and any apprentices who are currently employed will continue to be fully funded until the end of their current apprenticeship.
As soon as more information is available, we will keep you updated.
Until then, please consider your apprentice recruitment and think about getting them in place before April 2017 until the full impact of the levy is known.
SPE – Supporters of National Apprenticeship Week!
Staffordshire Precision Engineers have confirmed their latest employee, an engineering apprentice who has shown some of the skills required to become part of their team.
Staffordshire Precision have been firm supporters of the Apprenticeship system and we are proud to work alongside them.
Its still not too late to find your apprentice/apprenticeship with NSEGTA.