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Build yourself a solid future with Tata Steel

12 March 2013 No Comment

If you’re looking to build a career then Tata Steel has the foundations to make your future rock solid with its sought-after apprenticeship scheme.

The steel giant is looking for up-and-coming young talent to mould into technicians and engineers, who will help create a sustainable future for Tata Steel, Europe’s second-largest steel producer.


Career foundations that are built to last

If you’re selected for one of the 122 apprenticeship places available, then from September this year you’ll be studying mechanical and electrical engineering, or chemistry and metallurgy, working towards NVQ qualifications at one of eight Tata Steel sites across the UK – Scunthorpe, Rotherham, Teesside, Skinningrove, Hartlepool, Corby, Shotton or Clydebridge in Scotland.



A career prospect that’s as strong as steel

As a Tata Steel craft and technical apprentice you’ll work on an initial three-year fixed contract, which is regularly reviewed to ensure you receive full support to complete your chosen qualification.


And you’ll be joining an elite crowd of other young people eager to achieve essential qualifications at the core of a world-class steel manufacturer.



Currently 500 people are going through training to become technicians or engineers with Tata Steel, which operates one of the biggest apprenticeship schemes in Britain as it continues to invest in skills for the future despite the tough economic climate.


Fancy a career in heavy metal?

Don’t miss out on the chance to be part of the Tata Steel apprentice team of 2013. Are you one of the 122 people we’re looking for?

tata-steel-apprentice5-2013So why not secure a solid future for yourself? Apprenticeship applications for Scunthorpe, Rotherham, Stocksbridge and Brinsworth are open until March 17, to apply or find out more on other opening and closing dates, visit: www.tatasteelcareers.com.

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