New Architectural Metalwork Installer Qualification!

CEATA can offer NVQ 2 courses for those with experience of working on site welding and installing architectural metalwork. Programmes take between 8 and 12 weeks and all assessments are conducted in the workplace. For eligible applicants there may be funding to support the cost of these programmes. Please call us to discuss your requirements and costs.

NVQ’s and other welding and fabrication programmes are available and can be bespoke to your requirements please get in touch for details.

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Nottingham City Council Apprenticeship Hub

CEATA is committed to providing a quality service and is registered with Nottingham City Council’s (NCC) Apprenticeship Hub. The Hub aims to match young people with appropriate employers and training.

NCC has secured a deal with the government, which includes investment for apprenticeship opportunities for local residents. Their objective is to generate 1,000 apprenticeship opportunities by March 2015 by:

  • Stimulating demand for apprenticeships from Nottingham based employers
  • Increasing awareness of apprenticeships amongst young people and parents
  • Supporting young people to develop the skills needed to meet employer demand
  • Ensuring the provider based operating in Nottingham is able to meet the needs of employers

CEATA offers Intermediate Apprenticeship Programmes for employers to train their Apprentices to the required accredited standard of fabrication and welding in both practical and theory.

Learn more about the Intermediate and Advanced Apprenticeship Programmes CEATA provides.

 

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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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