April 13, 2023
The British Drilling Association (BDA) is looking for recruits for its next 18-month Land Drilling Specialist Applied-Skills Programme 2023/24, which is designed to take a company employee who is beginning their drilling career, through to the award of the National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) in Land Drilling, level 2, as a Lead Driller.
Specifically, the new entrant training scheme, which is open to BDA members and non-members, will provide a mix of formal off-the-job training and supervised on-the-job training at employer level, followed by NVQ assessment.
Open to all land drilling sectors and industry enterprises, the Scheme is fully endorsed by the CITB and forms part of its Specialist Applied-Skills Programme for the specialist occupations known as SAPs. It is supported by the Enabling Specialist Provision commissioned fund, alongside the availability of short duration and qualification grants to eligible employers. The BDA’s role is that of Training Provider whereby it carries out all the administration of the scheme, organises all off-the-job training, monitors with CITB the on-the-job training and arranges the NVQ assessment to take place.
The benefits to both company and trainee are enormous and include:
For more information, including details about the training, the NVQ assessment, costs, grants, and eligibility, please contact Joel Stevens, General Manager: email@example.com
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