ATA works with employers to recruit – advertising, screening and selecting the right apprentice in partnership with the employer. We aim to remove the hassle and barriers for an employer that may be associated with hiring an apprentice, whilst providing a high quality apprenticeship experience for both employer and apprentice. Our supportive service sees us opening new avenues for apprenticeships in key sectors that have previously not existed.
Our main goal is to support the growth of individuals, employer workforces and the economy of our region - increasing high quality apprenticeship opportunities across South East Wales and beyond.
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At Apprenticeship Training Agency (ATA) South East Wales City Region we strive to provide a high quality apprenticeship experience for you.
We work hard to find the right match for apprentices and employers. All our apprenticeship vacancies are advertised on this website and any potential apprentice is welcome to apply.
We work with an employer to recruit the right person – screening candidates and appointing the chosen apprentice with the employer.
Through your apprenticeship we are your central point of contact – paying you your salary on behalf of the employer and supporting you right through your training until the completion of your apprenticeship programme.
We work in partnership with employers to recruit the right person for each apprenticeship. All current apprenticeship vacancies are shown below.
Vacancies launching soon
Apprenticeship Training Agency (ATA) South East Wales City Region is a subsidiary of Cardiff and Vale College.
Cardiff and Vale College is already one of the leading providers of apprenticeships in Wales - selected by the Welsh Government as a lead contractor to manage and deliver apprenticeship training across the country. The College works with an established network of partners to support apprenticeships of almost 1,000 employers of all sizes across the region.