Welcome to the CEATA Training Academy
CEATA is a dedicated engineering training academy in Nottingham. We specialise in welding, fabrication and mechanical engineering programmes and apprenticeships for businesses and individuals in the East Midlands.
At CEATA, we care about our learners and our employers. As we are engineering specialists and part of a very successful manufacturing business, we understand the needs of businesses and the importance of hands-on skills.
Engineering training courses in Nottingham
Our programmes include short courses for those wishing to learn basic engineering skills to gain employment, as well as apprenticeships and traineeships. All programmes are supported by our team of highly qualified and experienced tutors at our academy site. We are also able to deliver training on other business’ premises.
CEATA provide NVQ courses for those who have experience but lack a recognised qualification required to obtain site workers CSCS cards. We offer a range of qualifications from EAL, NCFE and Proqual, alongside bespoke professional welding courses.
Our training programmes run year-round, and we offer multiple entry points throughout the year to suit your needs. Our specialist staff are industry experts and can guide both learners and employers through the training landscape.
Whatever your engineering training needs, get in touch today to find out more.
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To discuss a training course, arrange a visit to the Academy and receive expert advice, please contact the CEATA Training Manager; you’ll be glad you did!Call: 0115 986 6321 or Email Us
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