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Good (11 reviews)

Employer review details
Statement Percentage of employers that selected this as a "strength" Percentage of employers that selected this as "needs improvement" Total number of employers that selected this statement
Communication with employers 43% 57% 7
Working with small numbers of apprentices 100% 0% 5
Reporting on progress of apprentices 20% 80% 5
Getting new apprentices started 100% 0% 4
Providing the right training at the right time 100% 0% 3
Adapting to my needs 67% 33% 3
Training facilities 50% 50% 2
Improving apprentice skills 100% 0% 1
Initial assessment of apprentices 100% 0% 1

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Provider overview

Siemens Mobility has been a leader in transport solutions for more than 160 years and now employs 36,800 people worldwide; 4,500 of those are in the UK. The organisation is constantly innovating its portfolio in its core areas of rolling stock, rail automation and electrification, turnkey systems, and intelligent traffic systems.

The company operates from around 70 UK locations. These are spread from the south coast of England to the north of Scotland with a mixture of manufacturing sites, offices and depots and maintenance facilities. They include factories in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Chippenham and Poole which supply the domestic markets in road traffic management, railway signalling and train cab radio equipment as well as exporting globally.

Apprenticeship training course

Rail engineering technician (level 3)


Head office

Sopers Lane, Poole, BH17 7ER

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