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Shaping The Future For Engineering

Our lives wouldn’t be the same without Engineers, from your smartphone to the car you travel in and the shoes on your feet – Engineers have created them all and even more!

To meet demand, the UK will need 25,000 engineering apprentices each year who will then fill the skills gaps.

Engineers use maths and science as well as subjects like design and technology as well as computing to turn ideas into reality.

For over 30 Years’ DTA have been Shaping the Future for Engineering across Yorkshire and have a first class reputation for training young people to become skilled engineers.

Based in Malton, DTA is the only specialist Engineering Training Provider in the local area of North Yorkshire with fantastic links to over 100 world-class employers’ across Ryedale, York and along the Yorkshire Coast.

DTA can help you to gain a prosperous career with great earning potential by matching you up with a local employer to train through the Apprenticeship programme.

Call 01653 697698 to speak to our Recruitment Team.

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Advanced Apprenticeships

What is an Apprenticeship?

An Apprenticeship allows you to combine work and study by mixing on the job learning with classroom learning. You’ll be employed by a local employer, working towards a prosperous career and earning a wage from day one. You will attend DTA on a day release basis undertaking practical and classroom based learning and the other 4 days’ a week you will work with your employer learning on the job.

An Advanced Apprenticeship is the equivalent to a Level 3.

What do DTA offer?

DTA offers Advanced Apprenticeships in the following disciples:

  • Mechanical Manufacture
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Fabrication and Welding
  • Maintenance Engineering
  • CAD Design
  • Project and Quality Engineering
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How Do I apply?

You need to complete an online application form which you can find at www.derwenttraining.co.uk and submit an up to date CV. Once our Recruitment Team has received your application you will be invited to DTA’s training centre in Malton to complete an assessment test and interview. Please note that this test is mandatory and your application won’t be taken any further until it has been completed.

Once you have completed the assessment and interview, we will start adding you to the shortlist for apprenticeship vacancies. Once we have a list of 10-12 applicants, we will then visit the employer for them to select who they will interview.

If you are selected, you will then be invited to the employers’ premises to complete a formal interview.

Please note that DTA is not a college so application does not mean automatic placement. You need to be successful in gaining employment before you can start. 

What are the entry requirements?

DTA recommends that you have a minimum of 5 GCSE’s (A*-C / 9-4) in Maths, English and Science or equivalent. You will have to be 16 or over and not be in full-time education, however you can apply if you’re due to leave school or sixth form in the summer.

Why our Apprentices recommend a career in Engineering:

‘’Not only is engineering practical, but it encompasses many skills that are transferable to other sectors of work. There is also a sense of pride to see a product that you have made or helped to make when it’s finished and what it means to others.’’

James Whitehead, RR Engineering

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Higher Apprenticeships

What is a Higher Apprenticeship?

A Higher Apprenticeship allows you to gain a Level 4 or Level 5 qualification all whilst gaining a qualification and working with a local employer.

DTA offers Higher Apprenticeships in the following disiplines:

  • Electrical Electronic Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • General Engineering

The components for the Higher Apprenticeship are:

  • Level 4 NVQ in Engineering Manufacture to be completed in the workplace
  • Level 4 Higher National Certificate (HNC)
  • Level 5 Higher National Diploma (HND)

What are the Entry Requirements?

If you are looking to start straight onto the Higher Apprenticeship you must be 18 or over and have A-Levels in relevant Maths and Science subjects. An Engineering qualification could be an advantage.

You can also progress straight from a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship with relevant work experience.

What are the benefits of doing a Higher Apprenticeship?

  • The potential to achieve graduate and post-graduate level qualifications whilst earning and learning in a real business
  • A unique way of developing professional level, job specific skills whilst remaining in employment and earning a salary
  • No debt vis student loans as training is funded by the Government
  • New opportunities for career progression
  • A clear pathway to achieving your ambitions in the company plus higher earning capacity. 

 

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LOCATION

 

Derwent Training Association

Hertford Way

York Road Industrial Park

Malton

YO17 6YG