North London Garages Group Training Association has provided training for people aged 16 years and over wishing to enter the UK Motor Industry as motor mechanics for over 45 years.
We are an Investors in People (IIP) company and an approved assessment centre for the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) and City & Guilds, delivering a range of Motor Vehicle qualifications, Functional skills and Assessor awards.
Colin Denton NLGGTA Chief Executive:
““As a former motor vehicle apprentice I can appreciate the hard work and dedication each apprentice must show if they want to become a qualified motor vehicle mechanic. The rewards can also be high; Government research shows an apprentice will earn £100,000 more in their working life than the average worker. These figures are staggering and the apprentice incurs no debt because the majority of apprenticeships are fully Government funded”.
With over 45 years’ experience training apprentices NLGGTA has seen more than 3000 apprentices qualify through one or more of their motor vehicle programmes and currently have apprenticeship vacancies.
OVER 45 YEARS DELIVERING AUTOMOTIVE TRAINING FROM OUR BASE IN ENFIELD
SPECIALISM – APPRENTICESHIPS, TRAINEESHIPS ALTERNATIVE PROVISION FOR SCHOOLS
OUR TUTORS, ASSESSORS AND INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURERS ARE ALL FROM THE MOTOR INDUSTRY
Ofsted Inspection Report 2018
NLGGTA were awarded Grade 2 – Summary of Key findings:
- Apprentices and trainees continue to benefit from good-quality education and training, leading to high achievement.
- Apprentice’s progress to managerial positions in garages, some start their own business or continue studies in higher education.
- Traineeship programme provides a good introduction to the motor vehicle industry, with high numbers progressing to apprenticeships.
- Learners have a particularly good understanding of safeguarding, key risks and what to do should they have concerns about their own safety or that of others.
- Notable is the extent of improvement in the successful completion of apprenticeships over the last three years. Framework achievement and achievement within planned timescales are both high.
- Learners make good progress on their courses, and develop high levels of practical skills, competence and confidence.
- Motor vehicle apprentices work in well-equipped garages and college workshops that offer very good opportunities to work on modern vehicles using high-quality diagnostic machines.
- Careers guidance is good, both at the outset, and on completion of programmes
For further information contact NLGGTA Recruitment on 020 8805 6967