50 Years of Continuous Service to the Industry
Due to the health and wellbeing concerns arising from the Coronavirus, to safeguard all of our learners we will be temporarily closing the training centre from close of play from Tuesday 24th March until 20th April 2020. During this close down period it is essential that all learners continue to make progress towards their qualifications and
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PRACTICAL STEPS TO STOP THE RISK OF INFECTION There is currently no vaccine to prevent this type of Coronavirus, and antibiotics do not work against viral infections. The best way to stop infection is to avoid being exposed. Everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of the virus include: Wash your hands often with
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The Prevent duty is the duty in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 on specified authorities, in the exercise of their functions, to have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. As Appris is defined as a specified authority, we continue to increase our knowledge on the subject. As such, all staff, Trustees and apprentices
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West Yorkshire centred engineering apprenticeship training provider, Appris has brokered a deal with modular building specialist Portakabin to receive apprenticeship levy transfer funding for 11 engineering apprentices who are employed with other businesses. Government funding rules state that levy paying employers can ‘transfer’ up to 25% of any annual unspent monies to ‘receiving’ SMEs
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Airedale Chemical has bolstered its engineering team with the recruitment of a young Bradford apprentice. The Cross Hills based company has welcomed Josh Thorburn to the team as an apprentice maintenance engineer as he begins his career in the chemical manufacturing industry. Josh joins the business from Appris, the charity organisation working with businesses in
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Additional Engineering & Manufacturing Training Centre to Accommodate 70% Increase in Apprenticeship DemandAppris, a not for profit registered charity, is expanding its engineering & manufacturing apprenticeship provision with the addition of a new Training Centre on its existing site in Laisterdyke, Bradford. To cope with the surge in advanced apprenticeships, specifically in machining, maintenance and welding. The Centre will accommodate up to 78 students each day and
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Aimed at those who are looking 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 teaching in further education. Session dates for the next cohort are: Date Session Content Wednesday 18th September Session 1 Understanding own roles and responsibilities Wednesday
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In conjunction with West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges (WYCC), Appris are delighted to offer the following range of practical and classroom based training to those working in the electronics sector. Reach Higher is managed by the West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges (WYCC) and funded by the European Social Fund (ESF). Click here to view the range of
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Planning for National Apprenticeship Week is challenging and complex. With schools, employers and wider stakeholders asking Appris to attend their events as well as arranging our own Open Evening. The week started with us eagerly awaiting delivery of our new prospectus, which arrived in time for the Leeds Apprenticeship Recruitment Fair at the Leeds First
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Bradford based Hanson Academy, has succeeded at the regional F1 in Schools finals and now head to the national finals against 47 other schools at Airbus in Broughton, near Chester, on March 11 and 12. Appris were approached by Simon Clemmett, STEM and F1 in Schools Lead, in September 2018 and we helped machine the main body
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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 Human Resources & Management. We also offer commercial training in Management, Personal Development, Health & Safety, Higher National Certificate (HNC) and Electrical Technical courses.
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.