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New status fundamental to training

It’s National Apprenticeship Week in the UK and great news for UK-based SeaRegs Training.  Following 5 years of successfully delivering apprenticeship training through sub-contracting, SeaRegs Training has now been approved by the UK Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) to work directly with Employers and Apprentices as a Main Provider.

SeaRegs Training currently has over forty Boatmaster, Workboat Crew and Port Operative Apprentices through 20 Employers, with more starting in March and another cohort due in Autumn of this year.

SeaRegs Training’s proven track record of successfully training apprentices across the 3 apprenticeship standards and their close working relationship with employers and apprentices alike has seen demand for their Apprenticeship provision grow over the last couple of years.

Director Simon Jinks commented, “We’ve worked on promoting apprenticeships to employers over the last 12 months, interest has grown as they understand the benefits of recruiting and training apprentices.

“During Seawork 2022, the Workboat Association invited a number of our apprentices to attend their annual dinner to showcase apprenticeships and raise awareness in the industry. Becoming a Main Provider is fundamental to protect the apprenticeship training programmes we’ve developed and will allow us to continue to improve and expand our provision”.

To date, apprentices who have successfully completed the apprenticeships have all gone on to secure full time employment or, with the support of their employers, continued with their maritime education to progress their maritime careers.

Exhibitor; SeaRegs Training
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