Southampton Engineering Training Association (SETA)
03 November 2020
The Southampton Engineering Training Association (SETA) was set up in 1969, and has been delivering industry-recognised training ever since being opened by Earl Mountbatten of Burma. It can be found just outside Southampton and is well situated with road and rail links and less than 10 miles from Southampton Airport.
SETA has played a key role in developing and transforming work forces for over 50 years and delivers accredited training on a commercial basis within their Training Centre, or onsite at employers’ premises, helping businesses maximise workforce competence.
In centre training includes a wide range of specialist electrical (including C&G accredited courses), hazardous area (CompEx), mechanical, welding and industrial courses offering full practical & theoretical training and assessment in line with the latest technical standards. This also covers areas such as Health & Safety, and safe use of equipment. SETA also works with employers to design bespoke courses, as well as offering adult NVQ’s on-site to assess competency.
As well as commercial courses, SETA also delivers a range of engineering based apprenticeships across electrical, electro-technical, design & draughtsperson, maintenance and mechanical subjects, as well as fabrication and welding all aimed at developing tomorrows engineers.
A selection of courses available can be found below:
· CompEx Ex F Foundation
· CompEx Ex01-Ex04 Gas & Vapour
· CompEx Ex01-Ex04 Gas & Vapour Refresher
· CompEx Ex05-Ex06 - Dust
· CompEx Ex11 – Mechanical
· CompEx Ex14 – Responsible Person
City & Guilds Electrical Courses
· 2391 – Inspection & Testing
· 2382-15 – 18th Edition Wiring Regulations
· 2396-01 – Design of Electrical installations
· 2377- PAT Testing
ECITB Safety Passport Courses
· CCNSG – 2 day national course
· CCNSG Renewal
· CCNSG Leading a Team Safely
For further information about the range of industry course available and how to book please contact:
T: 023 8077 1908
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