CEDA and CESA call for apprenticeship survey responses

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CEDA and CESA are inviting the industry to help develop sector apprenticeship standards.

Following CEDA and CESA’s work to develop apprenticeship standards for service engineers, the associations have put a call out for the industry to respond to a survey on the subject.

Both associations have been working with Trailblazer Groups, with CESA working with a group of domestic equipment suppliers to develop an electrical and electronic focused apprenticeship.

While CEDA has worked with a group of its members and manufacturing partners to develop an apprenticeship standard that includes gas and plumbing in addition to electrical work.

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CEDA’s technical support advisor Peter Kay commented: “Whilst both associations know the demand from their members for recruiting and training apprentices, we are keen to establish the demand from the rest of our industry and have therefore put together a simple survey.”

Industry executives can fill the survey in here. The response deadline is the end of play next Monday, 20 May.

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