Awards


Award-Winning Training

We genuinely care about the development of our trainees. We work hard to give them the best possible experience during their time with us. Our dedicated staff support them every step of the way, including helping them to find employment at the end of their qualification.

CEATA is proud to have won several awards recognising this dedication to engineering training.

Midlands Regional Apprenticeship Awards 2016

The National Apprenticeship Service nominated CEATA’s parent company Canal Engineering for the Midlands Regional Apprenticeship Awards in the medium-size employer category.

They went on to receive the Highly Commended award in both 2016 and 2017. Canal Engineering are proud to appear in the prestigious National Apprenticeship Awards as a Top 100 Apprentice Employer.

SEMTA Skills Awards 2016

On 10th February 2016, SEMTA Skills Awards celebrated the ‘Best of British Engineering’, recognising the talented people and inspiring businesses that make the engineering sector and exciting and dynamic environment to work in.

CEATA were shortlisted for the SME Investment in Skills award, alongside Pentaxia Ltd and Automotive Insulations. CEATA went on to win the award, sponsored by Jaguar and Land Rover. Andrew Lord, Project Manager, accepted the award on behalf of the Academy.

The apprenticeship programme at Canal Engineering is making a significant contribution to their workforce skills and development strategy, working with CEATA for all their training and development needs.

If you’d like to find out more about what we can offer, contact us today.

 

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