Apprenticeships 

What is an apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is a combination of practical skills development, academic study at college or in the workplace and on and off-the-job assessment of competency against national standards.
Why choose an apprenticeship?
Completing an apprenticeship gives you the opportunity to develop skills, knowledge and experience in a your chosen area of employment and gain nationally recognised qualifications that can lead to higher education and further career advancement.
Why choose Tyne North Training?
Tyne North Training apprenticeships build on over 40 years of experience and an employer base of approximately 150 companies offering learners a broad range of employment opportunities across all areas of business administration, engineering and manufacturing.

Apprenticeship Sectors

We deliver apprenticeships in the following sectors and skills areas:

Business Administration
Finance and accounts
Procurement
Sales and marketing
Customer services
Executive support
Office administration
Secretarial
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Engineering
CNC Machining
Mechanical engineering
Electrical & electronics engineering
Maintenance (electrical, mechanical, multi-skilled)
Fabrication & welding
Technical & design (CAD, quality, service support)
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Manufacturing
Manufacturing operative
Assembly operative
Production operator
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If you are interested in particular business admin, engineering or manufacturing apprenticeship not listed here please call our Business Development team to discuss your requirements. We deliver a wide range of different skill specific apprenticeships with the main groupings shown above.

Apply for an apprenticeship  

To apply for an apprenticeship select the application link for your preferred area of interest:

  • Business Administration
  • Engineering
  • Manufacturing

Apprenticeship Vacancies

All of our apprenticeship opportunities are advertised on the GOV.UK - Find an apprenticeship website.

Business Administration

Engineering and Manufacturing

Business Administration