In 2019/20 more than 900 students started one of the eight level three or level six TAC apprenticeships at one of our training providers. Find out more about our level 3 and level 6 standards below.
TAC'S LEVEL 3 STANDARDS
TAC'S LEVEL 6 STANDARDS
All providers have agreed to work towards meeting a minimum standard as laid out in the tender document. Those providers that have worked with the consortium for over a year, and have a well-established regional group in place which endorses their application, will be invited apply to become a partner provider and will be able to use the TAC logo and promote their status.
The provider network has grown in size since 2010 in response to employer demand and new standards. In some cases TAC has approached providers to get involved and in others, as in London and the West Midlands, the consortium has gone out to tender.
INVITATION TO TENDER
The Technical Apprenticeship Consortium (TAC) are always looking to meet new providers who are interested in teaching our standards. If you are interested in becoming an approved provider, please contact the team for more details.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I have been able to work on large projects and schemes, trusted with deadlines and given responsibility on site. This is an invaluable opportunity that I want to get the most out of!
Jodi Thomas, apprentice at WSP in the UK
I would encourage anyone coming into the industry to seriously look into the apprenticeship route. It’s worked for me and I cannot wait to graduate with a degree in civil engineering in two years’ time.
Jay Bridges, apprentice at Mott MacDonald
You’re earning money and gaining experience at the same time, alongside having no student debt as tuition fees are sponsored by your employer. When I complete university, I will also have seven years work experience.
Juran Ukereghe, apprentice at Crofton Consulting
When I found out about degree apprenticeships I thought "this is a winner". I get real world experience in the workplace, as well as studying for a degree, and being paid at the same time!
Molly Drinkald, apprentice at WSP in the UK
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