Semta is the Sector Skills Council for Science, Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies, representing a wide range of sectors: aerospace, automotive, bioscience, electrical, electronics, maintenance, marine, mathematics, mechanical, metals and engineered metal products.

The Modern Apprenticeship in Engineering is designed to support the skills requirements of the sector. The MA has a number of different pathways that learners can take. There is also a higher level apprenticeship available with pathways for Business Improvement Techniques.

Framework Details

Updated on Friday 09 Feb 2018 to add a new SVQ - Electrical Manufacture GND 46 which replaces two lapsing SVQs (Electrical Manufacture (Manufacturing Electrical Control Systems Equipment) GE6F 23 and Electrical Manufacture (Testing Electrical Equipment) GE6G 23).

More information about the industry can be found on the Semta website