As part of Northern Ireland Apprenticeship Week (NIAW), which takes place 26-30th April, Transport Training Services will be hosting a virtual tour of its Nutts Corner training facilities, followed by a virtual Q&A session. This is an opportunity for young people, parents, schools and employers to find out more about the various transport and automotive apprenticeships available at TTS.
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions during the event to a panel of TTS tutors and staff, as well as existing apprentice employers and existing/past TTS apprentices.
The virtual guided tour will take viewers through the training rooms, workshops and computer suites of the Transport Training Services campus so that prospective employers and apprentices can get an overview of the training environment and facilities on offer.
This free online event will take place on Tuesday 27 April 2021 at7PM. To register to attend this event, please complete the form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeF9esCI_r2VqvYjEeZYZtLWZoqdSsS6QQ6Z942qs8P6qBoog/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1wUiaxjb9CDsiIUJHW581up2Z8UYO5LIDI6PejSrwx97pjglMC8wJ1z1wYou will be sent Zoom details closer to the time.
TTS is also hosting a ‘Women Auto Learn’ Ladies’ Night on Thursday 29th April as part of its new Women in Wheels NI campaign to encourage more females into the transport and automotive sectors. This event will be hosted by a former female TTS apprentice, now a qualified vehicle technician,and is aimed at young women (aged 16-24). The short course will introduce females to general car maintenance.
Also look out for new video content across all TTS social media platforms daily throughout NI Apprenticeship Week.
These initiatives have been funded under the Department for the Economy’s Apprenticeship Challenge Fund.
For more information, please contact Robert Deignan on 07736958355 or via email email@example.com