The science sector continues to develop and innovate from routine day to day testing to creating new intelligence platforms. Roles within this sector are extremely varied and utilise a range of skills that would be too exhaustive to list, however, some examples are Process Operator, Laboratory Technician, Analytical Chemist and Biomedical Scientist.
Roles within this sector are extremely varied and utilise a range of skills that would be too exhaustive to list, however, some examples are design engineer, maintenance technician, electrical engineer, fabricator/welder, instrumentation technician and mechanical engineer.
The Engineering Apprenticeship Access Programme will involve you completing a combination of the following units, designed to give you a foundation level of skills and knowledge within general engineering disciplines, leading to the achievement of the Level 2 Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations.
Business administrators play a key role in keeping public, private and not-for-profit businesses around the UK running and are an essential part of any organisation. They utilise a range of key administration, customer relations, technical, practical and communication skills alongside sophisticated IT solutions to support the day-to-day to running of organisations.
“The EAAP was the start and very positive experience throughout my journey with TDR. As an organisation, TDR definitely looks out for you and help you as long as you are willing to do the work. I ended up coming out of the EAAP programme confident and with an apprenticeship which I enjoy.”
Dylan Richardson - Engineering Apprenticeship Access Programme
“TDR has lead me to continuously progress and to my goal which is to gain a degree in Engineering. The experience was really beneficial, it gave me real-life experience and prepared me for going into work, overall it’s made me more confident.”
Owen Scott - Engineering Apprenticeship Access Programme
‘TDR Training is a place where a group of people that have experience in engineering teach you about engineering and they also teach you real life skills that are essential throughout life. You are treated like adults / apprentices which will help me when I actually start an apprenticeship’.
Matthew Robinson - Engineering Apprenticeship Access Programme
“I am so pleased that I now have an apprenticeship with a successful company and feel motivated to do my very best in my apprenticeship and career. I would recommend this course to anyone who would like a career in engineering.”
Kieran Fontaine - Engineering Apprenticeship Access Programme
Scott Atkinson, 28, and Gary Errington, 26, both earned First Class Honours Degrees in Mechanical Engineering, having progressed rapidly since signing up with the Birtley firm as young apprentices in 2006 and 2008 respectively.
Scott Atkinson and Gary Errington - Mechanical Technician
You can trust TDR to not only train your son or daughter and provide them with the best possible chance of a career right here in the North East, but to also care for them, making sure their first step towards work are a positive and enjoyable experience.