Waterside has a long-standing successful relationship that has been preserved over the decades, and continues to today, resulting in a training provider that has a reputation of providing high quality, bespoke engineering and manufacturing apprenticeship and technical training.
Our Workplace Development Coach’s and Assessors have a wealth of experience within engineering roles to guide both apprentices and employers through the apprenticeship journey.
In the initial stages of developing your apprenticeship standard, a member of the apprenticeship team will advise on which apprenticeship standards would be the most appropriate for your operations and company needs and will discuss any additional training and skills development you would like to include in the training plans as part of the apprenticeship by completing further testing of employees and or training needs analysis to provide the right advice for your business.
Waterside offer a range of apprenticeship standards. The apprenticeship standards have been designed from a range of industry experts and professional bodies. The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IFATE) web page shows a variety of independent standards and assessment guides.
Whatever the nature of the organisation, the competence of its people is critical to achieving business aims to produce people who are able to work to the industry standard and contribute to their business from day one.
The delivery plan will follow the required Level 3 Standard and subsequent Level 3 academic standard if required to complete both knowledge and competency elements of work during the training period as specified in the Apprenticeship Training Plan and Competency Plan lead by the employer. It will also consist of a number of Gateways to review competency and achievements prior to preparing you for your End Point Assessment. This assessment plan will ensure you have demonstrated the skills, knowledge understanding and behaviours needed to work in industry.