The Technical Apprenticeship Consortium is a group of mainly engineering consultancy practices that have come together to develop and deliver Apprenticeships in relevant engineering disciplines. In March 2010, Mott MacDonald was instrumental in establishing a consortium of 6 of the largest UK engineering consultancy practices to plan and deliver an Advanced Technician Apprenticeship in Civil Engineering. Other founding members were Arup, Capita, Halcrow, Hyder and WSP. The impetus was a requirement of the TfL Engineering and Project Management Framework that companies had to accept the GLA Strategic Labour Needs and Training commitment which included a target for recruiting apprentices. The Consortium of employers and providers have since gone on to develop several other qualifications at Advanced and Degree Apprenticeship levels.
The purpose of the Technical Apprenticeship Consortium is to;
Strong regional groups have been established in London, North, Midlands and South West of England. Plans are in place to develop similar groups in the devolved nations. Contact details for each of the regional providers can be found in the provider section
These are linked to providers delivering the Apprenticeships. the role of the Regional Groups is to:
To join at either national or regional level a company must have committed to the recruitment of at least one Engineering Apprentice. The consortium offers benefits to companies of any size from the very small through to large global businesses. Please contact us for more details.
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