For over forty years, SETA has been working with local industry to train the next generation of engineers. We pride ourselves on making Apprenticeships and adult training flexible to the needs of the employers we work with.
Established in 1967, SETA is a charity and a limited company, and our Board of Trustees is made up of local businessmen and women, from both large and small companies.
Our Training Centre in Millbrook, Southampton, was opened by Earl Mountbatten of Burma in 1969 and we have been training apprentices here ever since. Today, we have over four hundred apprentices on course with us.
We have also expanded operations to include adult training. We now offer all sorts of training courses for adults, including First Aid and Health & Safety Courses, as well as NVQs for adults in the workplace.
We remain committed to quality engineering training for young people and have built links with local schools to try to encourage young people into the industry.
Please contact us or visit our website for details of how we can help.