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Recruit or upskill your workforce with an Engineering or Manufacturing Apprentice

Are you considering adding an Engineering or Manufacturing apprentice to your workforce in the coming weeks or months?

At Training 2000 we offer a number of Engineering and Manufacturing Apprenticeship qualifications, for both new apprentices, and to help upskill your existing members of staff.

From General Welder to Electrical or Mechanical Fitter, you can find more information on the Apprenticeship we offer on our website.

If you aren’t sure what fits your business’ needs, our Account Managers will be able to advise you.

School leaver

School leavers

September marks our busiest intake, and we have a number of suitable learners seeking an Apprenticeship position from September.

Our school leavers range in age from 15-18 and are located across the North West in areas including Blackburn, Preston, Accrington, Burnley, Chorley and Clitheroe.

Ready now

Ready to start now

We are also representing a number of suitable learners who are available to start an Apprenticeship as soon as possible.

Our current learners, who are ready to start immediately, range from age 16 – 25, and have a variety of backgrounds, all with a keen interest in engineering.

Many of these learners have completed Level 2 or Level 3 Engineering courses at colleges, or have completed our Apprenticeship Preparation Programme. All of these learners have passed English and maths.

Most learners who are ready to start can drive and have access to a car, or are learning to drive.

Learners are located across the North West in areas such as Blackburn, Bolton, Preston, Chorley, and Accrington.

Semi skilled worker


Would you be interested in taking on a learner who is semi-skilled, having already completed some Apprenticeship blocks?

Some of our learners have unfortunately been made redundant and are now seeking an employer to support them throughout remaining their learning and beyond.

Can you support an enthusiastic and motivated partially-trained learner?

Employing an apprentice