Engineering Apprenticeships

Engineering Operative Apprenticeship

Level 2 Apprenticeship incorporating two Level 2 qualifications in Engineering Operations (Competency and Knowledge)

This 15 month Apprenticeship is the gateway into Engineering and is aimed at those working or aspiring to work in Engineering Operative roles.  There are several pathways available which include Maintenance, Mechanical Manufacturing, Electrical & Electronic, Fabrication, Materials Processing and Technical Support.  The objective of the Apprenticeship is to bring the recipient to a point of being semi-skilled. 

https://www.instituteforapprenticeships.org/apprenticeship-standards/engineering-operative/

Engineering Technician Apprenticeship (Machinist)

Level 3 Apprenticeship incorporating two Level 2 and two Level 3 qualifications in Engineering Disciplines (Competency and Knowledge)

This 42 month Apprenticeship is more of a traditional Engineering Apprenticeship and this specific pathway is supported in full by City & Guilds, taking a new Engineering Apprentice all the way through to becoming a skilled Machinist.  The pathway can cover Conventional and/or CNC machining.

 

Engineering Technician Apprenticeship (Mechatronics Maintenance)

Level 3 Apprenticeship incorporating two Level 2 and two Level 3 qualifications in Engineering Disciplines (Competency and Knowledge)

This 42 month Apprenticeship is also a traditional Engineering Apprenticeship and this specific pathway contains a number of options within it, enabling the Apprentice to study across a wide variety of disciplines including Mechanical, Electrical, Fluid Power and much more besides.  The objective is to take a new Apprentice and after the full 42 month period, bring them to a point of being skilled Engineers. 

Engineering Technician Apprenticeship (Design & Development)

Level 3 Apprenticeship incorporating two Level 2 and two Level 3 qualifications in Engineering Disciplines (Competency and Knowledge)

This 42 month Apprenticeship is more of a traditional Engineering Apprenticeship and this specific pathway is aimed at Apprentices who will be designing and/or developing products.  Whilst some of the Apprenticeship still involves hands on skills, this programme also typically covers CAD design skills and prototyping. 

https://www.instituteforapprenticeships.org/apprenticeship-standards/engineering-technician/

General Welder Apprenticeship

Level 2 Apprenticeship

This 18 month Apprenticeship prepares the individual to become fully competent in at least one arc welding process.  The Apprentice will become coded against industry requirements to weld and inspect welding using simple non-destructive testing methods. 

https://www.instituteforapprenticeships.org/apprenticeship-standards/general-welder-arc-processes/