JTL, established since 1990, is the leading work-based learning provider in the building services engineering sector across England and Wales.
We’re a not-for-profit charity, offering advanced apprenticeships in electrical installation, engineering maintenance, mechanical engineering services comprising plumbing, alongside heating and ventilating in 10 regions across England and Wales.
We work with employers to provide the training to support their apprentices with off-the-job learning and the knowledge elements of the programme, including both classroom and practical workshop learning as well as monitoring and assessing apprentices in the workplace. We serve approximately 8,000 apprentices and 3,800 employers.
JTL holds contracts with the Education and Skills Funding Agency in England and for Welsh Government funding in Wales and all our funding is reinvested in apprenticeship training. JTL has evolved to also provide a growing choice of professional development training for those already working within the industries.
JTL has been delivering apprenticeship training to the building services engineering sector, which forms part of the construction industry, for over 30 years. We train more apprentices than anyone else in the sector and pride ourselves in delivering high quality, work-based learning across over 100 centres throughout England and Wales.
We offer a range of benefits for both apprentices and their employers:
*After a qualifying period of 3 months for electrical learners and 6 months for Mechanical Engineering Services learners.
We are an OFSTED recognised ‘good provider’ and, as a registered charity, every penny we receive goes into the training we offer.
In 2018, we also became one of the first organisations in the UK to receive the prestigious ‘Leaders in Safeguarding’ quality mark for our approach and the effectiveness of our safeguarding arrangements. Read more about our accreditations
JTL is committed to providing equality of opportunity and freedom from unlawful discrimination on the grounds of age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, race (including colour, nationality, ethnic origin), religion or beliefs, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity status, marital or civil partnership status.