As the job market evolves, more and more young people are looking to vocational qualifications rather than purely academic studies. This initiative is strongly endorsed at all levels of Government in shaping the workforce of the future. Since 2010, in partnership with the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS), Tenet has operated an engineering design apprenticeship. Through a day release scheme to a college of their choosing, our apprentices are able to achieve their NVQ Level 3 and HNC in electrical engineering. At the same time they gain a wealth of engineering industry knowledge and design work experience, as well as receiving a competitive salary.
Vacancies on the scheme and the selection process to identify suitable candidates are handled by the training provider Total People. The considerable investment in developing our apprentices is part of the company's overall recruitment strategy. Tenet's commitment to this scheme is part of our belief in providing opportunities to young people looking to get into the industry and training the engineers of the future.
As a design consultancy business, Tenet has always focused on developing the next generation of engineers entering our industry and addressing the widening skills gap caused by an aging demographic of engineers approaching retirement age. The importance that the business placed in this issue resulted in the company establishing our own internal apprenticeship scheme more...
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