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1 Ford Engineering Academy Marie Flatman 18 th September

2 Introduction How it’s working – How did we get to current position – Current trainees / recruits How it will work – About the Academy – Academy Offer – Traineeships – Apprenticeships – Summary / questions 2 Introduction > How it’s working > About the Academy > Academy Offer > Traineeship > Apprenticeship > Summary

3 How it’s working Open evening 3 rd July 33 prospective students Selected 12 through interview Second event 24 th August at Ford Aerospace 3 Introduction > How it’s working > About the Academy > Academy Offer > Traineeship > Apprenticeship > Summary

4 How it’s working Currently 12 students – Mix of traineeship and standalone PEO To achieve level 2 by mid January Skills analysis – Split – Less practical – Some previous PEO (more theory) Excellent attitude and motivation! Units – AutoCad – Fitting – Turning – Milling Offered additional units – Metal Arc Welding – MIG Welding – Electrical – Others to choose…. 4 Introduction > How it’s working > About the Academy > Academy Offer > Traineeship > Apprenticeship > Summary

5 About the Academy Partnership – Ford Aerospace / Ford Components – South Tyneside College Employers – Supported by a range of employers Situated at Tyne Dock – Workshop training facility – Classrooms Develop engineers for the future – Skills gaps – Getting ready to progress to “purposeful work experience” – Aim to support and guide learners to achieve “sustainable progression” – Flexible training to suit learners and employers 5 Introduction > How it’s working > About the Academy > Academy Offer > Traineeship > Apprenticeship > Summary

6 Academy Offer Traineeship Level 2 Apprenticeship Level 3 Entry Point Qualifications Work experience Qualifications Work experience Apprenticeship Level 4 6 Standalone PEO Level 2 Introduction > How it’s working > About the Academy > Academy Offer > Traineeship > Apprenticeship > Summary

7 Traineeship Maximum 6 months training at College 6 weeks to 5 months work placement – Completed within 6 months window – Can be mix of placements – Guaranteed interview (incl. Reference) – No wage (encouraged to support) Entry requirements – below level 3 – Not currently in a job Maths, English, IT, business skills, career guidance Work preparation training 7 Introduction > How it’s working > About the Academy > Academy Offer > Traineeship > Apprenticeship > Summary

8 Apprenticeship Progress from September or January Traineeship intakes Direct entry into Apprenticeship Maths, English and IT at Level 2 Level 3 Extended Diploma Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering Level 3 Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology (practical) Level 2 Award (ERR) – Award in Employment Rights and Responsibilities for New Entrants into the Science, Engineering and Manufacturing Sectors (QCF) Usually 2 day release for courses (1 day competence, 1 day knowledge) Usually 3 day work placement 8 Introduction > How it’s working > About the Academy > Academy Offer > Traineeship > Apprenticeship > Summary

9 Summary Building bank of employers Your support? – Purposeful work experience – Apprenticeship – Building bank of machinery Questions? 9 Introduction > How it’s working > About the Academy > Academy Offer > Traineeship > Apprenticeship > Summary


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