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NORTH WEST TRAINING COUNCIL

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Excellent (76 reviews)

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  • Excellent

    37 reviews out of 76 were given rating of Excellent

  • Good

    37 reviews out of 76 were given rating of Good

  • Poor

    2 reviews out of 76 were given rating of Poor

  • Very poor

    0 reviews out of 76 were given rating of Very poor

Strengths

  1. Communication with employers
  2. Training facilities
  3. Working with small numbers of apprentices

Provider overview

Established in 1963, we are recognised as Good by Ofsted, our occupationally competent Tutors and Technical Training Advisors' ensure high quality delivery. We deliver a range of Engineering pathways including Engineering Technician, Engineering Fitter, Science Industry Maintenance Technician, Food and Drink Maintenance Engineer, Lift and Escalator Electromechanics, Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician, Fire Emergency and Security Technician and Installation Electrician. We train high quality, competent apprentices.We maintain strong industrial links working with a number of both Blue chip and SME employers delivered from our state of the art training facility Our investment in technology and professionalism are second to none.

Apprenticeship training course

Lift and escalator electromechanic (level 3)

NORTH WEST TRAINING COUNCIL’s training options

Head office

Unit 33, Dunes Way, Sandhills , Liverpool , L5 9RJ

  • not available At apprentice’s workplace
  • available Day release
  • available Block release

Apprenticeship location

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Contact this provider about this course

Telephone
0151 523 0808
Shortlisted

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