The BTEC Level 3 Award in Education and Training replaces the Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector. The qualification is aimed at candidates who are aiming to teach or train in the further education sector including those wishing to work in adult and community learning, work based learning as well as
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Well done to Marinela Gregory at Dobson Gaskets, Keighley. Marinela has completed all three Functional Skills at level 1 as part of her Business & Administration Intermediate Apprenticeship. Having done so, Marinela has requested to undertake Maths and English Functional Skills at Level 2. We wish her well with achieving these additional qualifications.
The CIPD Level 5 Diploma in HR Management course is aimed at those who wish to further develop their career in Human Resources or have previously completed the level 3 course and wish to progress. Duration: 6 September 2016 – 19 December 2017 Cost:£2200 plus VAT and CIPD registration fees Course Summary To book, or discuss
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Congratulations to Jamie Slack of Mansfield Pollard for recently completing his Advanced Apprenticeship in Electrotechnical Engineering.
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Congratulations to Ben Heseltine for completing his Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture, Technical Support Pathway. Ben, was presented with his certificate by his in-company mentor Haj Sahota (left) at Rycroft, part of the Ormandy Group.
Every year, we allow the full-time year 1 engineering apprentices to choose an activity to celebrate the hard work and commitment of completing their PEO Level 2 and BTEC Level 3 qualification in 10 months. This year, the students all agreed to paintballing. Unfortunately they just had the wettest day of the year. If the
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On Tuesday 27th June, Appris’ Dean Coleman-Walker and Howard Bentham were involved in supporting Pudsey Grangefield School’s careers staff and year 10 student body. Interviews were conducted all day with the students to provide them with current employability skills as well as giving them an opportunity to experience real life interview resulting in gaining essential
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Institute of Leadership and Management Certificate in Team Leading The interactive workshops are delivered in our training suite at Bradford. For those who wish to achieve an ILM qualification and gain essential knowledge and skills to lead and manage a team. To achieve the qualification there will be a number of assessment methods including: Knowledge
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Congratulations to Leland Heslop for completing his Intermediate Apprenticeship, receiving his certificates from his Engineering Manager, Paul Thomas. Leland is progressing onto the Advanced Apprenticeship, stating that “he enjoyed his experience at Appris and is looking forward to the new challenge.’ Paul and all the management team at Pennine Pneumatics Services are committed to giving their employees
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Congratulation to Matthew Dearden at YSS, completing his Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture with NVQ L3 Engineering Technical Support. Above, His mentor (Rob George) handing over his certificates to Matthew. Matthew will be progressing to the HNC in September 2017.
On Thursday 15th June, Dean Coleman-Walker (Appris Business Development), Tyra Jones (Sulzer UK Ltd Engineering Apprentice) and Thomas Crossland (Logoplaste Engineering Apprentice) attended an apprenticeship awareness event at Tong High School, Bradford. The event, hosted by Ahead Partnership, was for the whole of the school’s year 9 student body and involved Q&A in a ‘press
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David Buckley, Works Engineering Manager (right) presenting Lewis McKenzie with his EAL level 2 technical certificate in Industrial and environmental Awareness. This forms part of his Intermediate Apprenticeship, which he is currently working towards.
Congratulations to adult learners at Dobson Gaskets, based in Keighley, who have all completed relevant NVQ’s in their specific area of the business. (L- R) Dave Capstick (Level 3 Team Leader), Nigel Firth, Appris Advisor, Daniel O’Neil (Level 2 Mechanical Manufacture Fabrication/welding), Mark Bingham (Level 2 Technical Services Inspection). (L- R) Liam Whitaker (Level 2
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Changes to GCSE Qualification Grades Significant changes are being introduced to the education system that will have a bearing on how young people are graded for their GCSEs this year. These changes will create a confusing landscape for employers who, when seeking to select young people for apprenticeship opportunities, will be presented with a two
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Three additional dates have been added to cope with the high demand of applicants for engineering apprenticeships this year. To be considered, you must register with us first and complete the online screening screening tests in Maths, English, ICT and Engineering. To register for one of the last 50 places, click here.
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 learning 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 Business Administration, Warehousing and Supply Chain Operations & Management. We also offer 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.