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WHY AN APPRENTICESHIP?

An Apprenticeship is a real job where you learn, gain experience and get paid. By the end of an Apprenticeship, you will have the right skills and knowledge needed for your chosen career. Alongside your on-the-job training with your employer you will attend specialist training in our Malton training facility here at Derwent Training Association.  

Earn while you learn, with paid holiday leave

Receive a nationally-recognised qualification

At least 20% of time training in college or with training provider

Develop skills, knowledge and behaviours that employers want in a sector that interests you

Develop critical skills needed in working life

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We offer a range of apprenticeships here at Derwent Training Association.

The Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering

Develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours you need to kickstart your career in engineering or manufacturing.  Earn an Advanced Level 3 Engineering or Metal Fabricator Apprenticeship, covering themes such as Mechanical Machining, Mechatronics Maintenance, Technical Support and Metal Fabrication.

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The Higher Apprenticeship in Engineering

Aged 18+ and hold a Level 3 Apprenticeship in Engineering/90+ credits in Level 3 Engineering BTEC?  A Higher Apprenticeship could be the next step to progress you to management roles within the engineering and manufacturing sectors.

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The Team Leader & Supervisor Apprenticeship

For any employee looking to increase their ability in team or project management, this 18-month apprenticeship equips you with the skills and knowledge to provide others with direction, instructions and guidance.

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HOW TO APPLY

  1. Submit an application form and CV. You will then receive an email from the Business Support Team to acknowledge your application. Your login details for your English and Maths Initial Assessment will be emailed to you by BKSB. 
  2. Applicants must complete the English and Maths Initial Assessment in order to progress onto the next recruitment stage. Once completed, our team will look at your Assessment results, along with your predicted, or achieved GCSE results.
  3. Successful applicants after this stage will need to attend a remote Apprenticeship Interview. This interview that will determine whether you are successful or unsuccessful during this recruitment stage. If you are unsuccessful then we will contact you with your next steps. 
  4. Upon successful completion of the recruitment process we will shortlist you for the apprenticeship opportunities that we feel your skills, and desired career aspirations match. From this shortlist, the employer will select which applicants they would like to invite for a formal interview. You must be pro-active in applying direct to employers, as well as applying for full-time engineering courses as a back-up option. 

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