Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA)
HETA is renowned as the leading engineering training provider in the Humber region. We work with over 350 companies in the region to provide engineering career opportunities via the apprenticeship route.
We provide skilled engineering technicians qualified to industry competent standard through apprenticeships in the following routes:
> Electrical Maintenance
> Mechanical Maintenance
> Fabrication and Welding
> Engineering Design
> Machining and Manufacturing
We are part of the Humber Virtual Careers Fair, why not check out our stand to learn even more about us? - https://humbercareers.co.uk/exhibition/heta/
*Mentor support & personal support
*Health & Lifestyle
*Help with travel & transport
What makes us different?
Work with over 350 companies placing learners into employment. Place around 200 learners a year into company.
Traineeships will be reimbursed with transport costs.
All of our learners undertake a rigorous recruitment process in order to be considered by HETA.
Name: Benjamin Daly
Company: Ideal Boilers
Previous School: Malet Lambert
Why are you interested in Engineering? My brother went to Malet Lambert before beginning HETA and he really enjoyed it! I wanted to become an apprentice at HETA as I really enjoyed maths and science at school, and the idea of engineering has always really interested me.
What are you studying at HETA? I am currently studying multiple different subjects, which result in achieving an Engineering Qualification. Some examples of what I am studying now include: Maths, Electrical and Mechanical Science, Design and Welding.
Why did you choose HETA over college? I chose HETA as I did not want to stay in a similar learning environment to school and wanted to study engineering full time. The bonus was earning money.
How much do you earn at your company? I earn £9,750 a year.
How do you feel about earning while you’re learning? To earn while I learn is a great bonus to have as I am able to spend money which I have never had before. I enjoy participating in more social activities without being restricted. You feel as though you’re being rewarded for the work you put in on a monthly basis.
Where do you see yourself in the future/ when completing your apprenticeship? I see myself owning an engineering company alongside my brother one day.
Do you have any advice to people who want to pursue a career in engineering? I advise anyone who is looking to pursue a career in engineering into put a lot of effort and determination when finding a sponsorship at the company open day.
Name: Georgia Dibb
Company: Yorkshire Water
Previous School: Winifred Holtby Academy
Why are you interested in Engineering? I wanted to challenge myself and be surrounded by problem solving and quick thinking.
What are you studying at HETA? I am studying BTEC multiskilled engineering.
How much do you earn at your company? I earn £13,950 a year.
How do you feel about earning while you’re learning? Earning while you are learning is a great food in the door to engineering, it gives you more motivation to do well and succeed.
Where do you see yourself in the future/ when completing your apprenticeship? I hope to progress in my company, and possibly work in a role of a manager.
Do you have any advice to people who want to pursue a career in engineering? Don’t give up when you get knocked down as it is always worth it in the end.