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The aim of these courses is to improve learner opportunites by providing learners with essential knowledge and practical skills to support future progress in their selected trade. On successful completion, there is the possibility of an employed apprenticeship with NWTC or one of our member companies and every effort is made by NWTC to find suitable companies.
Please refer to the 'Apprenticeship' section for details of all the Apprenticeship Access Courses delivered at NWTC.
The North West Training Council (NWTC) opened the Achievement Measurement (AM2) Test Centre in December 2007
After being in operation for 27 years, the Abrasive Wheels Regulations were revoked from the 5th December 1998.
Working safely is for people at any level, in any sector, needing a grounding in the essentials of health and safety. Everyone at work should have an understanding of why they must ‘work safely’ – and this course offers exactly that.
No more ‘death by PowerPoint’. We know that getting people fully involved, having fun, and learning by doing, is the way to achieve health and safety training success. We want to get delegates really thinking about what they’re learning – and having the confidence and enthusiasm to put it into practice when they’re back at work.
For most organisations, having a well motivated and competent Power Press Maintenance and Production staff is essential.
NWTC will ensure that your staff are trained in accordance with current legislationill give them the skills and knowledge needed to safely operate power presses.
Are you or your staff fully conversant with the 17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations (including the first & second amendments?)
NWTC have the latest version of the 17th Edition course including all the requirements for safety.
If you passed your 16th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations AFTER June 2001, you will qualify to just do a 1 day course and 1 hour exam, as opposed to a 3 day course with a 2 hour exam to obtain your 17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations certificate.