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About this Provider

We are a training provider in the Tyne and Wear region, operating throughout the North East of England. We specialise in apprenticeships and qualifications within the automotive sector.

The company was incorporated April 2012.

We have Direct Claim status with City and Guild's, and accreditation from the Matrix Standard.

Chameleon Vocational Training have won awards from Sunderland Echo Portfolio Business for Best Small Business 2014 and Best Training Provider in 2016

Our success and achievement rates are above national average and are currently running at 95%.

Our present apprenticeship partners include nationally recognised companies and local independent garages, plus other educational establishments in the region

18 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Electrical / electronic technical support engineer Standard 6 Details
Embedded electronic systems design and development engineer Standard 6 Details
Fast Fit Framework 2 Details
Fast Fit Framework 3 Details
Healthcare assistant practitioner Standard 5 Details
Healthcare support worker Standard 2 Details
Heavy Vehicle Framework 2 Details
Heavy Vehicle Framework 3 Details
Light Vehicle Framework 2 Details
Light Vehicle Framework 3 Details
Network engineer Standard 4 Details
Operations / departmental manager Standard 5 Details
Papermaker Standard 3 Details
Retailer Standard 2 Details
Specialist Tyre Fitting Framework 2 Details
Team leader / supervisor Standard 3 Details
Transport planning technician Standard 3 Details
Vehicle Parts Framework 2 Details

Contact details

Phone number:
01913 406060
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Explain levels

Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)

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