The academic year has got off to a flying start at NETA Training with a bumper intake of new student recruits.
NETA’s Managing Director Phil Blewitt said: “It’s fantastic to see so many young people at NETA. This has been a record year for enrolments and all of our apprentices and engineering programme students have been working hard and are already making great progress since the beginning of their programme.”
A fantastic 18 of our current engineering learners have secured apprenticeships with businesses such as Chemoxy, PD Ports and Typhoon International.
Cora Bardsley, who recently started work as a Project Control Apprentice with Typhoon said: “There are many positive points about being at NETA, one of which being the incredibly friendly staff and students. A great thing about NETA is the facilities. The workshop has a wide range of tools and machines that allow you to gain an extensive knowledge making the learning interesting and not tedious.”
After a busy start to the year the students are now enjoying their half term break. Phil said: “Everyone at NETA is looking forward to seeing them back after a well-earned half term break as they continue to develop their skills, education and future careers.”