Waterside Training is a specialist provider of technical apprenticeships for industry. Conveniently based in St Helens between Liverpool and Manchester, Waterside focuses on the areas of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Applied Science and Process Operations. Waterside works with numerous leading industrial firms in sectors such as food, chemicals, plastics, glass and engineering systems.
If you are interested in working in industry, the Waterside Apprenticeship could be an ideal way to kick start your chosen career path, becoming a valuable asset in one of our Sponsoring Company businesses based in the North West. As an apprentice, you will learn practical skills, get academic training and qualifications along with being paid a wage throughout!
Waterside offers a variety of apprenticeships dependent on demand from our Sponsoring Company sites. For our September 2014 intake, we are currently recruiting apprentices for; Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Technical Support and Process Manufacturing.
If you are looking to recruit apprentices, our programmes are different from many others because we work closely with employers to tailor our programmes. Along with in-depth technical training, all our apprentices receive soft skills training, including team building, leadership and presentation skills. This ensures we can develop well-rounded individuals that meet the specific needs of your company.
For more information on becoming an apprentice or how Waterside can recruit apprentices for your business, please contact Kathryn Kirby on 01744 616837 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or an apprenticeship application pack.
Waterside Training Limited, Technology Campus, Pocket Nook Street, St Helens, WA9 1TW
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