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SALFORD AND TRAFFORD ENGINEERING GROUP TRAINING ASSOCIATION LIMITED

UKPRN:
10006317

Only levy paying employers can work with this provider

About this Provider

Salford and Trafford Engineering Group Training Association Ltd (STEGTA) was established in 1966 to act as the central training department for companies in the Salford / Trafford area.
Since 1966 STEGTA has grown substantially and now attends to the apprenticeship training needs of Employers throughout England.

Local Employers form the backbone of STEGTA's Board of Governors and play a pivotal role in the decision making process within the organisation.

STEGTA offer a complimentary apprentice recruitment service, which helps to target the correct candidate for the specific apprenticeship role.

Ofsted recognised STEGTA as a GOOD training provider following their inspection in April 2016.

16 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Building Services Design Technician Standard 3 Details
Built Environment and Design Framework 3 Details
Civil Engineering for Technicians Framework 3 Details
Civil Engineering Technician Standard 3 Details
Design and Draughting Framework 3 Details
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Framework 3 Details
Engineering design and draughtsperson Standard 3 Details
Engineering Maintenance Framework 3 Details
Engineering Technical Support Framework 3 Details
Engineering Technician Standard 3 Details
Fabrication and Welding Framework 3 Details
Maintenance and operations engineering technician Standard 3 Details
Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering Framework 3 Details
Performing Engineering Operations Framework 2 Details
Performing Manufacturing Operations Framework 2 Details
Railway engineering design technician Standard 3 Details
Employer satisfaction:
89%
Learner satisfaction:
70%
Source: Skills Funding Agency 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)

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