Apprenticeships We Offer

Search from a range of Engineering & Manufacturing apprenticeship vacancies below:

Mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship Workshop

Mechanical Engineering

Category: Engineering & Manufacturing

You will receive training in practical skills and the safe operation of both machine and hand tools. You will learn how to produce components in a mechanical engineering environment, using a variety of materials, hand tools, machine tools, equipment and machinery, including Lathes and Milling machines. Training could also include the production of mechanical drawings using computer aided design (CAD). At level 3 you have the opportunity to develop your skills further in machining including such pathways as ‘CNC’ (Computer Numerically Controlled) machining or tool-making. You will continue to develop your skills with your employer until you become a fully skilled Mechanical Engineer.

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Maintenance and Operational Engineering Technician Apprentices In Action

Maintenance and Operational Engineering Technician

Category: Engineering & Manufacturing

You will receive training and develop your skills in order to be able to; maintain electrical and/or mechanical equipment; undertake installation, testing, servicing, removal, replacement; and repair of a range of equipment and components. You will also work towards demonstrating a core set of behaviours such as working safely, problem solving and communicating effectively.

Apprentices will work towards an NVQ Level 2 (PEO), and a Level 2 Technical Certificate as a foundation before progressing onto an NVQ Level 3 and Diploma in Engineering Technologies. The programme is typically 42 months including an End Point Assessment.

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Fabrication and Welding Apprentices In Action

Fabrication & Welding

Category: Engineering & Manufacturing

You will receive training in practical fabrication and welding skills and the safe operation of machinery and equipment. The fabrication & welding pathways offer training in producing sheet metal works and Manual Metal Arc Welding. Training could also include metal inert gas (MIG) welding, manual tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. You will continue to develop your skills with your employer until you become a fully skilled Fabricator or Welder.

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Engineering Technician Machinist Apprenticeship

Engineering Technician – Machinist

Category: Engineering & Manufacturing

You will receive training and develop your skills in order to be able to; produce components in a mechanical engineering environment; use a variety of materials and tools such as hand tools, machine tools and equipment; and use machinery, including Lathes and Milling machines. Training could also involve the production of engineering drawings using computer aided design (CAD), ‘CNC’ (Computer Numerically Controlled) machining, electrical/electronic skills and/or welding skills. You will also work towards demonstrating a core set of behaviours such as working safely, problem solving and communicating effectively. 

Apprentices will work towards an NVQ Level 2 (PEO), and a Level 2 Technical Certificate as a foundation before progressing onto an NVQ Level 3 and Diploma in Engineering. The programme is typically 42 months including an End Point Assessment.

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Electrical Engineering Apprentices In Action

Electrical Engineering

Category: Engineering & Manufacturing

You will receive training in practical skills and the safe operation of hand tools and testing equipment. The electrical engineering pathways offer training in building, servicing and repairing electrical and electronic circuits. Training could also include the production of electrical drawings using computer aided design (CAD), programmable logical controllers (PLC’s) and maintaining fluid power systems (pneumatics). You will continue to develop your skills with your employer until you become a fully skilled Electrical Engineer.

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