This week is National Apprenticeship Week and Make UK is pleased to announce that since September 2013 it has trained over 1,700 engineering and manufacturing apprentices at its Birmingham technology hubs.
Make UK customers include; Jaguar Land Rover, Severn Trent and Ibstock, to name a few, and Make UK welcomes over 350 apprentices every year to its Technology Hub in Aston, Birmingham.
Fiona McGarry, Engagement Manager at Make UK, commented: “Apprenticeships are a great route for those looking for an alternative to university and prefer a different approach to learning. The manufacturing and engineering sector is looking for bright, talented, enthusiastic people to join apprenticeship programmes right now.”
Make UK Future Makers
Make UK help to create the next generation of engineers and manufacturing leaders, through its electrical, mechanical and engineering apprenticeships, building on the pipeline of talent that our industry depends on.
To discover all you need to know about manufacturing and engineering apprenticeships, whether you’re an aspiring apprentice or an employer, visit the Make UK Website.
Aspiring apprentices can find information about apprenticeship programmes, the advantages of becoming an apprentice, discover how to apply and browse available vacancies. Employers can also find information about how you can employ an apprentice and the benefits this can bring to your business, and how Make UK can help you in this process while developing the next generation of engineers.