Delayed start to learning at the training centre due to weather conditions. Take care on the roads. Decision on the open evening tonight will be made by 11am.
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Appris is proud to be recognised as an approved Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Centre. The IET is a world class professional organisation which exists to promote best practice in engineering and to support the needs of its 167,000 members. Being an IET approved centre confirms that the quality and content of Appris curriculum
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Congratulations to Amy Stroud (left) of EJOT UK Ltd seen here collecting her OCR Level 2 Diploma in Customer Service from Kerry Dixon (right), Office Manager. This final component now completes Amy’s Intermediate Apprenticeship in Customer Service with Appris.
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Appris are delighted to announce that recruitment is now open for the HR Apprenticeship Standard – HR Consultant/Partner, incorporating the CIPD Level 5 Diploma in Human Resource Management qualification, starting in January 2018. Full details of the Apprenticeship Standard can be found here. Attendance is required at fortnightly, interactive workshops, delivered in our training suite at Bradford.
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Appris are delighted to announce that recruitment is now open for the HR Apprenticeship Standard – HR Support qualification, starting in January 2018. Full details of the Apprenticeship Standard can be found here. Attendance is required at fortnightly, interactive workshops, delivered in our training suite at Bradford. A number of different assessment methods will be used to
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Spooners Industries were winners of the Yorkshire Post Excellence in Business Awards for there Apprenticeship Scheme. The award was accepted by Spooner’s longest serving employee who started his career as a Spooner Apprentice 55 years ago, Mr Brian Stockdale. The event was hosted by BBC Breakfast presenter Steph McGovern.
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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Thank you to staff and learners who sponsored the ‘Wear it Pink’ Campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness today. Contributions totalled £75, which will be doubled by the company. Well done everyone!
Congratulations to Ben Large(l) and Marcus Hardcastle(r) on completing their Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture. Pictured above with Alan Rennison, Quality and Training Manager.
Well done to Callum Green at M1 Engineering for achieving his Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture. Callum recently completed his NVQ L3 Extended Diploma in Engineering Technical Support and was presented with his certificate by his Health & Safety/Training Officer, Nigel Byers.
Joseph has completed his Intermediate Apprenticeship in Improving Operational Performance and progressed to his Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture (Fabrication & Welding Pathway).
Congratulations to Thomas Cox and Thomas Wright on achieving their Engineering & Manufacture Advanced Apprenticeship frameworks.
Appris were delighted to be one of eighteen businesses and education providers to be invited to Grange Technology College for their Careers Show. The event, attended by Mark Butcher and John Ellis was arranged by local social enterprise, Ahead Partnership and held at the school campus in Little Horton on Wednesday 11th October. Thank you to
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I would like to say “Thank You” for supporting Lawrence throughout his apprenticeship at AETC. Overall I am very pleased with the outcome, Lawrence has reached a point where his skill level is very useful to Metrology and therefore AETC. Robert Power, Metrology Manager
Congratulations to Bradley Clayton (left) on achieving his Advanced Apprenticeship Framework Certificate in Engineering Manufacture (Fabrication & Welding pathway) from his mentor/supervisor (Craig Whittleston) at Meller Flow Trans.