Recruitment for engineering apprenticeships is currently closed. It will reopen in January 2022.

So first things first, what is an engineering apprenticeship? An apprenticeship is a training programme that enables you to enter into the world of engineering without a university degree. Apprenticeships combine full-time employment with part-time study, working towards receiving a nationally recognised qualification, which is...

Apprenticeships are an excellent way to gain access to a company, and open doors to a number of opportunities in any chosen sector. As with any job application process it can feel daunting, so we’ve pulled together some of our tips and advice to help...

We’re currently living and operating in a new found age of Social Distancing, in a plea to #StayHome to prevent any spread of COVID-19.  Here at Tyne North Training, we aim to continue providing young talent with the apprenticeship opportunities and support that we have from...

Before you attend any type of interview it is important to fully prepare and swot yourself up on both the role you are applying for and about the organisation itself. This will not only help with any questions you are faced during the interview but...

Business Administration Apprentice Morgan Smart - DMI Young & Cunningham An apprenticeship with Tyne North Training is the starting point for an exciting career. Here we catch up with current business administration apprentice Morgan Smart to find out what she's up to now and how her...

Megan Fell - Draeger Safety UK Women are entering the engineering profession at an ever increasing rate. The demand for female engineers has never been higher. Tyne North Training secured Megan Fell a level 3 electrical engineering apprenticeship at American Air Filters. Since completing her apprenticeship...

Laura McVickers - Human Resources Manager Tyne North Training are proud to work with over in 150 local employers.Today we catch up with Laura McVickers, an experienced HR Manager who has successfully worked with TNT with 2 previous employers.  This is what she had to say….   So...