PETA Engineering Apprenticeships can support your business

Are you looking to recruit:

  • Production Engineers
  • Inspection and Test Engineers
  • R&D Engineers
  • Toolmakers
  • Quality Assurance Engineers        
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Fitter Engineers
  •  Welders/Fabricators
  • CNC Programmers
  • Design Engineers

Now is the best time to do so!

PETA can support you with the training of all of the above positions and more.

Now is a particularly good time to start your recruitment campaign as young people have finished school/ college and are actively looking to secure an Apprenticeship and prove their potential to you.

Your Apprentice could get started on our full-time 6 month programme in September.    

This will provide you with the opportunity to train new recruits who will progress in to your company in March 2016.  They will be working towards a Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship, with the opportunity to progress onto Level 3 and further. At the end of their 6 months at PETA you will have gained a fully rounded Apprentice who can not only work safely within your environment but will be far more productive in the workshop due to all their training being front loaded. A PETA Apprenticeship enables them to develop industry-standard, practical engineering skills within a controlled and structured programme of learning.

We work with many employers in the local area to develop their future engineering workforce and fill their industry skills gap. For example, here are some of the companies recruiting PETA Apprentices right now:

Carillion, Porvair, Chromalytic, Veotec, Fasset, Huhtamaki, Natures Way Foods, Nolato, Pall Europe, SMR Automotive UK, Mimtec, Alitex, Trucast, Powertecnique, Solartron Metrology, Meggitt Avionics, Quirepace and more


Improve the productivity, efficiency and effectiveness of your business:  Take on an Apprentice!  

If you would like to discuss recruiting an Apprentice please call 023 9253 8724.    

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