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Gloucestershire Engineering Training has been designing and delivering engineering and training programmes for large and small employers for the past 37 years. We are the only training facility in the County managed by professionals from within Manufacturing & Engineering industries.
Some providers develop their courses to tie in with available funding, we don’t. Our courses are 100% tailored to suit industry requirements. This means your learners are ‘work ready’ from the minute they finish training. Our 95% success rateplaces our organisation within the top 5% of providers nationally.
We believe in working in Partnership with you to deliver training that’s right for your Company and your staff. From helping with the recruitment process, to building bespoke, flexible apprenticeship programmes to top up skills training and higher education courses, we build relationships that last. Find out how apprenticeships can help grow your business.
Wherever you are, wherever you stand, everything has been designed and built by engineers. An apprenticeship is the first stage of your journey and the start of an exciting and rewarding career in engineering. GET can help you find a suitable employer and make sure your apprenticeship training absolutely fits with that company’s needs. And you’ll be paid to learn with industry professionals in a work based environment. Keep an eye on our latest employer vacancies list.
Click here to find out more about our Mechanical and Electrical HNC Programmes
To support the progress of learner development within the workplace environment to include conducting regular progress reviews and undertaking assessments of evidence when submitted by the learner
GET’s presentation evening will be held on 5th August 2016 at Cheltenham Ladies College.
We would like to take this opportunity to raise your awareness of the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM). The IAM are currently holding FREE courses for young drivers
All employers across Gloucestershire will be affected in some way by the new Apprenticeship Levy.
For the past two years we have sponsored the Rotary Club to help run their Technology Tournament in Gloucester.
Earlier this year, the City & Guilds Group launched a brand new set of awards designed specifically to recognise UK employers who link skills development to their business performance.
We are now looking for an Academic Tutor to join our busy team from September 2016.
Come and join Group HES at their Apprentice Open Evening on Tuesday 22nd March or Wednesday 23rd March from 4pm to 7pm
On Monday 4th April GET will be hosting a briefing session about the exciting development of a Centre of Excellence in Food and Drink Apprenticeships.
To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week, Starbucks are inviting NUS Apprentice extra cardholders to 'buy-one-get-one-free'. Please share this message with all your apprentices.
Following the huge success and support of the inaugural Cotswold Life Engineering Manufacturing Innovation Awards last year, Cotswold Life Business & Professional Magazine, launches the 2016 EMI Awards Programme.
An opportunity to explore the manufacturing and engineering facility while learning more about Kohler Mira and the apprenticeship scheme
GET Recruitment Event 2016 - This year GET will be holding its annual recruitment event on Thursday 28th January 2016.
Full time Higher Education Academic Tutor
This afternoon, 02/10/2015 GET will be holding its first HNC Ceremony to celebrate those that have achieved the qualification.
Full time Academic Tutor
The Minister Nick Boles MP will be presenting the GTA England annual Apprentice of the year awards on 21st October 2015.
Latest VACANCIES AT GET - July 2015
This short film aims to help promote women in engineering for 'National Women in Engineering Day’ 23rd June.
The search ends on Friday 22 May to find England’s top apprenticeship employers and apprentices.
Nominations are open for the 2015 Engineering, Manufacturing & Innovation Awards.
The IET are keen to have an apprentice representative on their Gloucestershire Committee.
Now in their fourth year, the Gloucestershire Apprenticeship Awards recognise both businesses that help drive apprenticeship schemes in our county as well as those apprentices.
This year GET are proud to be sponsoring the EMI Awards. The awards will champion and showcase the Cotswolds’ established, successful and growing manufacturing sector.