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Engineering Maintenance

This traditional Apprenticeship Framework is aimed at people entering a career in Mechanical Engineering or those who have worked as unskilled operatives in the Engineering environment. 

Training and development of skills focus on key areas such as:
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  • Working Effectively and Safely
  • Engineering Technical Drawings
  • Science and Mathematics
  • Bench Fitting
  • Machine maintenance
  • Maintenance of portable appliances

The aim of the programme is to raise the learner’s level of skill and knowledge to that of a semi-skilled operator able to handle most routine maintenance tasks.

Semi-skilled Operators can progress onto the Advanced Apprenticeship in order to raise their competencies to become fully skilled operatives. 

Training and development of skills focus on key areas such as:

  • Working and Supervising Effectively and Safely
  • Engineering Technical Drawings
  • Science and Mathematics
  • Detailed Bench Fitting
  • Mechanical Maintenance
  • Electrical Maintenance

The framework includes a vast array of optional units which mean that the training can be tailored to the type of maintenance work most appropriate to the learner’s workplace.


Engineering Fabrication and Welding

This Apprenticeship Framework is aimed at people entering a career in Mechanical Engineering or those who have worked as unskilled operatives in the Engineering environment and focusses on Fabrication and Welding disciplines. 

Training and development of skills focus on key areas such as:
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  • Working Effectively and Safely
  • Engineering Technical Drawings
  • Science and Mathematics
  • Welding Principles – MMA, MIG, TIG
  • Fabrication – Sheet, Pipe etc

The aim of the programme is to raise the learner’s level of skill and knowledge to that of a semi-skilled operator able to work effectively in a Fabrication shop. 

Semi-skilled operatives can progress onto the Advanced Apprenticeship to become fully skilled.  An Advanced Framework focusses on similar skill areas although at this level there are a vast array of optional units so that the Apprentice can specialise or alternatively broaden their skills and understanding.


Engineering Mechanical Manufacture (Machining)

This traditional Apprenticeship Framework is aimed at people entering a career in Mechanical Engineering or those who have worked as unskilled operatives in the Engineering environment. 

Training and development of skills focus on key areas such as:
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  • Working Effectively and Safely
  • Engineering Technical Drawings
  • Science and Mathematics
  • Bench Fitting and Grinding
  • Milling
  • Turning (Lathes)

The aim of the programme is to raise the learner’s level of skill and knowledge to that of a semi-skilled operator able to work effectively in a machining shop. 

Semi-skilled operatives can progress onto the Advanced Apprenticeship to become fully skilled.  An Advanced Framework focusses on similar skill areas although at this level there are a vast array of optional units so that the Apprentice can specialise or alternatively broaden their skills and understanding. 

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