Why Choose Appris?
Appris Charity is a not-for-profit, registered charity. Established in 1967 as a Group Training Association (GTA) that continues to be governed by engineering employers to this day. Appris Management Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Appris Charity Limited.
The heart of Appris’ business is apprenticeships, specialising in the delivery a range of apprenticeship standards that meet the needs of the region’s strategic objectives and skills agenda. With over 200 member companies and 500+ apprentices across West Yorkshire, Appris is the provider of choice for the engineering industry.
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Appris Open Evening: Bridging the Gap between Aspiring Engineers and Industry Leaders
Appris recently hosted its annual open evening for engineering and manufacturing apprenticeships, marking a significant[…]
Employer and Apprentice Testimonials
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Against the backdrop of the stereotypical comment of ‘only boys make good engineers’, I completed my apprenticeship one year early, while achieving the highest grades for my BTEC Level 3 in electrical & electronic engineering and being rewarded with the Overall Learner of the Year award by Appris.
Molly Stevenson Midgley
I decided to do an apprenticeship instead of going to university, which has given me great opportunities to learn new skills within engineering and to develop myself further.
Welding & Fabricator Apprentice
I knew I had the potential and ability for university, but an apprenticeship means that I blend my learning in a real job to gain real skills and qualifications. My aspirations are still there, although I have used what I believe is the best route to success.
Mechanical Engineering Apprentice
Choosing an engineering apprenticeship with Appris was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I am enjoying all aspects of the course, especially the electrical & electronic practical side.
When I left school, I wanted to follow in my father’s footsteps and have a career as a motor mechanic. However, I decided to accept an apprenticeship in sheet metal fabricating and I hope to have a successful career in the sector.
Sheet Metal Fabricator Apprentice
We love to see apprentices achieve, including milestones as part of their apprenticeship or stretching themselves to achieve higher qualifications like the Level 4 HNC.