Building on the experience of developing future talent for more than 100 years, Marshall Centre is the home of lifelong-learning and growth. Part of the privately owned Marshall of Cambridge, Marshall Centre future-proofs organisations through the development of apprentices and upskilling of existing workforces whilst helping companies stay ahead of the curve through continuous innovation.
We provide a wide range of courses covering multiple industries including bespoke courses tailored to every need. Our dedicated and professional training team provide in-depth, quality training that will set up learners for future success within their respective industry.
From one year business administration courses through to four year engineering degrees, our highly qualified and skilled trainers provide a supportive and inclusive environment to help ensure our apprentices reach their full potential.
- Team Leader / Supervisor
A team leader/supervisor is a first line management role, with operational/project responsibilities or responsibility for managing a team to deliver a clearly defined outcome
- Improvement Technician
Improvement Technicians are responsible for delivery and coaching of improvement activity within an area of responsibility, often associated with Lean and Six Sigma methodologies
- Engineering Fitter
Mechanical Assembly & Installation Fitter. Producing complex high value, low volume components or assemblies
- Engineering Technician
Aircraft Maintenance Fitters/Technicians work on maintaining aircraft of all types from small aeroplanes to airliners, jet fighters and helicopters, both civil and military.
If it flies, we can train you to maintain it safely.
Marshall Centre has a long history of supporting Maintenance Repair Organisations (MRO) in establishing the highest level of competency in the aerospace industry. We provide a single source, turn key solution to all your aviation regulatory, safety and quality requirements. We also have a proud history of 100 years delivering aerospace engineering apprenticeships.
Can you help us grow?
We operate within a strong learning culture where we champion people with a growth mindset who are adaptable to change, creative problem solvers and willing to take risks.
As a result of our continual growth, we will have a number of new roles and opportunities that will become available. For an informal chat about working with Marshall Centre, contact us now on 01223 373890 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org