Apprenticeship in Engineering
Advanced (Level 3)
An apprenticeship is a work-based training programme. It provides the learner with development of practical skills combined with the essential theoretical knowledge required to work on modern manufacturing and engineering systems.
For someone looking to enter a career in the Engineering Industry, an Apprenticeship is an ideal way of doing so. An apprenticeship gives the learner the best of both worlds, learning and working, enabling them to earn money whilst gaining qualifications.
Engineering technicians work on projects with other engineering craftspeople and technicians under the supervision of an engineer. They cover a variety of skill areas including welding, hydraulics, pneumatics, fluid mechanics, computer-aided design (CAD), computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining, and measurement and inspection. Increasingly, they need a broad knowledge of other disciplines such as electronics and electrical engineering.
Course Dates: Year 1 – September 2018 – July 2019Details »