TECHNICAL APPRENTICESHIP CONSORTIUM (TAC)
Your one stop source of information, guidance and advice on apprenticeships and skills, TAC can help any ACE and EIC member to identify and meet their apprenticeship needs.
Since its formation in 2010, TAC has formally supported the creation of eight apprenticeships from level 3 (technician) to level 6 (degree) across building services design, civil engineering, rail design, transport planning and environmental practitioner. More than 3,000 placements on those courses have been made in that time.
Building on this success, TAC has since widened its remit to become a dedicated apprenticeship resource for the industry.
TAC can draw on an extensive network of experts from the world of business and education to help any ACE or EIC member – no matter their size or location – that is considering employing an apprentice, or starting an apprenticeship programme.
We currently work with 15 academic partners across England who deliver our eight apprenticeship standards.
TAC Annual Review 2019-20
TAC Terms of Reference
Build Back better: Improving the apprenticeship system to better support infrastructure
19 October 2020
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