About this provider
Didac are specialist training providers to the Furniture, Wood and Merchanting sectors. Fully qualified staff deliver the apprenticeships within the employers premises, allowing the training to meet the needs of the employer, apprentice and Apprenticeship Standard.
Didac started delivering apprenticeships in 1998.
Didac also have a specialist Academy based in Bristol.
The company work and are associated with a number of key stakeholders, including the HSE, British Woodworking Federation, Builders Merchants Federation, Association of Shop Fitters and CITB.
Current apprenticeship standards available:
- Furniture (including wood machining, furniture making, installation, CNC)
- Trade Supplier
- Team Leading
- Business Administration
What employers are saying
Overall rating from October 2018 to now
- Excellent 3 out of 9 reviews
- Good 5 out of 9 reviews
- Poor 1 out of 9 reviews
- Very poor 0 out of 9 reviews
- Adapting to my needs (5)
- Communication with employers (5)
- Providing the right training at the right time (3)
- Improving apprentice skills (2)
- Initial assessment of apprentices (2)
- Working with small numbers of apprentices (2)
- Getting new apprentices started (1)
Things to improve
- Reporting on progress of apprentices (3)
- Communication with employers (1)
- Improving apprentice skills (1)
- Providing the right training at the right time (1)
- Training facilities (1)
9 Apprenticeships offered
|Carpentry and Joinery||Standard||2||Details|
|Customer service practitioner||Standard||2||Details|
|Furniture and Wood Processing||Framework||2||Details|
|Supply chain warehouse operative||Standard||2||Details|
|Team leader / supervisor||Standard||3||Details|
Annual survey results
- Employer satisfaction:
- Learner satisfaction:
- Source: FE Choices
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Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)