T. 01782 717272


  • 94% of Motor Vehicle learners achieve an NVQ

  • 100% of Motor Vehicle apprentices gain Full Time Employment

  • 82% of Motor Vehicle learners upskill in Maths, English and ICT

Apprenticeships & Vocational Courses in Staffordshire

Martec Training was established in 1980 and specialises in the delivery of Apprenticeships and Vocational training through NVQs. Based in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Martec Training is a registered centre for the delivery of City & Guilds and the Institue of Motor Industry qualifications, aswell as being a leading training provider in Staffordshire.

Martec is also an independant school, which means we can now deliver qualifications to young people from the age of 14 upwards.

From the moment you step through the door at Martec Training, you will find all the information, advice and guidance you will need to find a course that fits your needs and help you on the path to success. Our helpful and knowledgeable staff are comitted to ensuring that quality training is available to support the industry and also the learning needs of young people.

So if you're a young person wondering what to do next or an employer who wants to ensure that your workforce have the right skills to do the best then give Martec a call on 01782 717272.

Martec can help you view our prospectus

Latest Jobs / Vacancies through Martec

View all Jobs / Vacancies

Case Study

Level 2: Light Vehicle Apprenticeship

Harry Lovatt

Working at Madely Heath Motors, Harry is currently working with the team there to complete his Level 2 Light Vehicle apprenticeship. A valued member of the team, Kevin Beech, Service Manager, has nothing but praise for Harry who joined the firm in August 2016.

“We have a long history of working with apprentices at Madely Heath Motors. A fantastic way to develop the workforce, many of our apprentices join us as youngers and work their way up through the organisation to achieve senior team member status. Harry is a credit to the team; his enthusiasm for the job and his commitment to learning the skills of the trade were apparent from the interview stage. Keen, ...
View Case Studies