Finished school? Thinking about your next step? Want to progress in your engineering career? It’s not too late secure a place with the North East’s leading technical training provider, TTE!
Who are TTE?
TTE is a leading technical training provider to the oil & gas, process, manufacturing and engineering sectors, training school leavers, adults and workforces to ensure they have the skills employers and industry need right now. TTE is part of the Middlesbrough College Group and provides technical training programmes and apprenticeships for learners and employers.
What can you study?
Students can study a range of courses including mechanical, instrumentation, wind turbine, process, health and safety, electrical and manufacturing,
With full and part time bespoke accredited training available, no matter what your ambitions are in the industry, TTE has the perfect course.
Where will I study?
TTE offers state-of-the-art facilities at their South Bank campus. Learners can expect to be trained in a safe environment, using ‘real life’ kit and equipment within their fully equipped extensive workshop.
What else is on offer?
School leavers studying a full-time course with TTE can enjoy a range of benefits including:
- Free bus and train travel to College
- Free laptop scheme to support their studies
- Student discount cards and a range of cash bursaries
- Access to Middlesbrough College’s 8 sports academies
- Free on-site car parking
- Food and drink discounts
What can you progress to?
Past learners have progressed to successful careers in the engineering industry with many advancing to sought-after apprenticeships with global companies.
One student who benefitted from TTE’s supportive and ambitious environment was Luke Summers. Luke studied the Level 3 Electrical and Electronic Engineering course at TTE and with the support of the staff at College, he has now progressed to a fantastic apprenticeship with Quorn Foods.
Luke said: “I have gained a lot of industry and life experience through TTE, and they have helped develop my skills. I wish to advance in my trade further and hopefully become a chartered electrical engineer.”
Another TTE student who has progressed onto a four-year apprenticeship is Tianna Maloney. Tianna studied Level 3 Mechanical Engineering and is now working as a Maintenance Technician with CPI.
Tianna said: “I’ve always wanted to get into the engineering industry. My sister studied at TTE and after hearing about it from her, I knew this was where I wanted to go. My tutors have been supportive. I wouldn’t want to study anywhere else.”
Get qualified, get the skills and get ahead with TTE. It’s not too late to apply for September – Click here to find out more!
Enrolling from Thursday 24th August.