Skills Training


Listed below are just a selection of the additional courses we provide. We pride ourselves very much on providing bespoke, tailor-made programmes, so if you don’t see exactly what you are looking for, please get in contact and we will be more than happy to discuss your requirements and develop a unique proposal for your business.

Prices confirmed upon agreement of a syllabus content, delegate numbers, duration and location of delivery.

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Refresher Courses

These programmes are developed specifically to meet the needs of the employer and the learners. A variety of delivery structures can be adopted such as short block release, day release and can be delivered either at GET's training centre or at the employers' premises.

Short Courses/Introductory Courses

Such as Abrasive Wheels, Manual Handling and Electrical Appreciation.

GET also offer bespoke training such as Engineering Drawing, Engineering Measuring, Engineering Marking Out, Computer Aided Design, etc. Please enquire for further information

Direct NVQ Training

This is an option for individuals who are not eligible for an apprenticeship programme or employees who want formal recognition of their skills and experience. A direct NVQ is delivered at the employers premises and can be achieved at either level 2 or 3. The length of this programme will depend on the NVQ route selected and the number of units chosen.

Electrical Maintenance or Mechanical Appreciation / Foundation Skills

This course will teach you the basic skills of either Electrical Maintenance or Mechanical Appreciation. It is aimed at anyone who wants a basic understanding in these areas.

Welding and Fabrication

During the course you will learn how to carry out basic welding procedures in one or more of the following processes; MIG, MMA or TIG. You will learn the basic process fundamentals, how to set and adjust the welding parameters and perform basic welded joints. Also included is Health and Safety specific to welding, how to interpret and work with welding procedures, and how to recognise weld defects including their causes. Further information can be found here.