Congratulations to all the finalists and winners of the Oxfordshire Apprenticeship Awards 2022!In particular we would like to celebrate:ADVANCED APPRENTICE AWARD - FINALIST, HIGHLY COMMENDED Lauren Hansen, Maintenance Planner, Jacobs Douwe EgbertsKeith Fisher, Apprentice Manager at JDE comments...
When searching for a local organisation to support with sponsorship, our Training & Development Adviser Lee Beesley had the perfect answer.
Last year we developed a relationship with Optimec Metrology to help them develop their next generation of engineering talent.We caught up with them to see how their apprentice James is making a difference. Here's their story...
We caught up with former MGTS apprentice, Anthony Hyams, to discover how his career has progressed since completing his engineering apprenticeship.Anthony left school in 2004 and promptly secured an engineering apprenticeship with Ardagh Group (formerly Ball Packaging).
Could you join our Board of Trustees and help to shape the future of tomorrow's engineers?ABOUT USMGTS is a registered charity that has been providing dedicated training to the Engineering sector for more than 50 years.
MGTS is proud to be a part of the Supplier Skills Programme (SSP), launched to deliver customised support to eligible businesses to address their skills needs and gaps, and support business growth.The programme can fund 50% of the costs of agreed training (excluding VAT).
Bailey Wiggett, an apprentice Manufacturing Technician, is in the fourth year of her engineering apprenticeship with Amtico (designers and manufacturers of flooring, headquartered in Coventry).
Bethany Brown started her apprenticeship with Tata Technologies Limited (TTL) in 2016. Here we catch up with Bethany to talk about her journey from engineering apprentice to Junior Engineer.Why did you choose a career in engineering?My dad is an engineer so this did positively influence my decision.
We are pleased to announce that learners are now able to study for a HND in Engineering at our Coventry Technical Centre.
All our Apprentice employer partners are assigned a dedicated Training & Development Adviser (TDA) for the duration of the apprenticeship to support both the Company and the Apprentice.
Jacqui Corkery and Lin Atkins are on hand to help our apprentices cope with and overcome problems that arise during their apprenticeship, encouraging learners to develop self-confidence and independence, and to reach their potential.
Back in 1993 Matthew Beverley started his engineering apprenticeship training at MGTS in Coventry. He had secured an apprentice position with Park Sheet Metal, specialising in sheet metal and fabrication in the prestige automotive industry.