Target Site Services ensures that only fully trained operatives provide engineering services for our company, and as such all are highly skilled. We pride ourselves on the time and resources dedicated to training, ensuring that all our employees possess the skills and knowledge required in this highly technical and fast moving area of construction.
We have well established and successful apprenticeship training programmes. Apprentices receive training in both practical and theoretical areas of electrical and mechanical engineering. Working on site over a four to five year period, under the supervision of our qualified and experienced engineers, and also attending college on a day and block release basis. Our apprentices have received a number of commendations and nominations for apprentice of the year. We are committed to producing highly skilled operatives who are well regarded within our industry.
We support Heathrow Airport Limited’s annual apprentice fair. From previous fairs we have recruited a number of successful applicants. Should you be interested in employment with Target Site Services please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training Programme Testimonials
“I started my apprenticeship in 2011; I am currently in my third year working towards an NVQ Level 3 in air conditioning and have already achieved an NVQ level 2 as well as completing F-Gas, Brazing and Daikin training courses.
The training I have received both on site and in college have been very good and I have gained a lot of experience in my time here, my work is over seen by trained technicians who have been very helpful during my training, I thoroughly enjoy my job and get to work in interesting places. ”
Year Commenced Apprenticeship: 2011, Qualification working towards/Received: NVQ Level 3/ NVQ Level 2
“Throughout my apprenticeship my electrical knowledge has come on leaps and bounds. When I just started I could barely wire a plug but now thanks to all of the help from others on site and the lectures at college I have a vast electrical understanding. The blokes on site are always willing to answer any questions I may have.
During my time at college the lectures would always make sure that we all fully understood what we were going through before moving onto the next topic. My time with target has been very enjoyable and I hope for it to continue.”
Year commenced apprenticeship – 2010, Qualification working towards/Received – Qualified Electrician
The Electrical Apprenticeship is four years. The first three years includes site based training and attending college on a day release programme, currently taking place at the College of North West London. There are a number of examinations at the end of each year which must be passed to enable the Apprentice to move on to the next stage. The fourth year is predominantly site based and includes preparing a portfolio for the AM2 Final Examination.
The AM2 examination is an assessment carried out over three periods. This examination is used within the electrotechnical industry as the benchmark of an individual’s occupational competence, ensuring standards of excellence are maintained within the industry.
These are the apprentices who have completed this training in the past 12 months.
- James Hart – Electrical
- Luke Scott – Electrical
- Bradley Cunningham – Electrical
Bradley & Luke have both been put forward for the ECA (Electrical Contractors Association) & Edmundson Electrical ‘Apprentice of the Year 2014’ as they both did exceptionally well scoring in excess of 90% in their Final AM2 Examinations.
Training Programme Application
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