SEMTA is working closely with the Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering SP (AMESP), the Department for the Economy (DfE) and the Council for the Curriculum Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) Regulation to ensure an appropriate range of Apprenticeship Frameworks in Northern Ireland for the Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing industry. This involves the review/updating of the existing Framework and technical pathways.
We need the views (in confidence) of those working in the industry and those delivering the qualification/training on the accuracy, currency and content of the Framework.
Please see the current version of the Level 3 Engineering Apprenticeship Framework in Northern Ireland can be found at:
This current version lists 12 technical pathways and the details of the qualifications which support each pathway. At this stage we are reviewing/updating the following 5 pathways:
The new version that you are helping us to develop will include more detail such as entry requirements, duration of apprenticeship, progression opportunities etc.
What we need you to do
What happens next?
It is the intention to have the revised Framework and pathway(s) in place and available by Q3 of 2020.
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