We are delighted to bring to market our new 17th Edition Wiring Regulations 3rd amendment update (2015) course. This would be of benefit to practicing electricians, contractors or those in design or management of electrical systems to identify the major changes contained within the 3rd Amendment 2015 and their effect within the existing wiring regulations. More information can[…]
The long-awaited update to the apprenticeship levy guidance was due to be released on 14th July. However, skills minister Nick Boles resigned this afternoon, which makes it likely the government will delay any policy announcement before appointing and briefing a replacement. The story was broke by FE Week and the full article can be read here.
We are delighted to receive great feedback from two major apprenticeship employers that send their apprentices on our full-time off-the-job programme. These students have complete 9 Performing Engineering Operations Level 2 units and their BTEC Level 3 in Diploma in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. These students have complete 9 Performing Engineering Operations Level 2 units[…]
The September 2016 cohort of CIPD courses has been released. To reserve your place, contact the admin team on 01274 668149 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org CIPD Foundation Level 3 Certificate in Human Resource Practice The perfect course for those just beginning a career in HR or on the first few rungs of the[…]
We are delighted to announce the winners of the Appris 2016 Training Centre Learner Awards Mechanical Learner of the Year 2016 Winners Shane Fielding, Corroserve (award collected by Shane’s employer in his absence) and George Scarrott, Sulzer Pumps Electrical/Electronic Learner of the Year 2016 Winner Ryan Bedford, Sulzer Pumps Personal Achievement Award 2016[…]
Welcome to the new Appris website. Take time to click around the menu bars for further information on: Apprenticeships Advice and guidance for apprentices as well as login links for existing apprentices. Alternatively, how to apply or what to do once complete. Current apprentices can find the login links to the Workspace and BKSB under[…]
Great article in feweek.co.uk regarding the implications of the Apprenticeship Levy following Brexit. Sector leaders have called for clarity on whether the government will still press ahead with apprenticeship levy plans following the British public’s decision to leave the European Union. The full article can be found here.
Supporting National Women in Engineering Day 2016, four of our female engineering apprentices from across the region that are currently studying in the Appris Engineering Training Centre and their Engineering Tutor. An article by the Telegraph & Argus was later published on 29th June 2016, which can be read here.
Fantastic article about Mark Butcher, Training Centre Manager and the work he has undertaken to restore a Jade-themed scooter.
A shorter update today after being on our feet from 7am to midnight! Today was all about practice, modify, and practice some more. With two competition heats this afternoon the team continued to have problems with the large robot that was cutting out mid game. Also, the small robot lacked power so we purchased a[…]
Safeguarding apprentices effectively makes good business sense for employers.
The heart of Appris’ business is Apprenticeships, specialising in the delivery of Engineering Manufacture apprenticeships. With over 150 member companies and 400+ apprentices across West Yorkshire, Appris is the provider of choice for the engineering industry. Our WorldSkills winning apprentices are an international testimony to the quality of our provision. To compliment the engineering provision, we offer apprenticeships in Marketing, Business Administration, Warehousing and Supply Chain Operations & Management. We also offers commercial training in Management, Personal Development, Health & Safety and Electrical Technical courses. In addition, we offer consultancy on Human Resources and Quality Management Systems, such as ISO accreditations.
To be the training provider of choice for the regions engineering manufacturing industry, where our aim to achieve outstanding teaching and learning supports individuals and employers ever changing needs.
COMPANY MISSION STATEMENT
We provide opportunities to improve and succeed by advising, supporting and developing employers and individuals through training, consultancy and apprenticeships.
To develop, support and empower staff, learners and businesses to achieve their full potential. To enhance skills and knowledge of ourselves and others. To learn through our experiences, relationships, feedback and professional development. To innovate with new ideas through sustainable solutions. To value the contribution of all. To pursue excellence at all levels. To respond to the ever changing needs of customers, qualification, technology and business.