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Electrotechnical Engineering Apprenticeship Level 3 at Cumbria County Council

Course description

Some of your daily tasks may include:
- Maintaining our highway electrical assets, which include:
- street lights;
- bollards;
- signs;
- traffic signals;
- underground Private Cable network.

All of which require skilled and experienced people. Before you go out into the job specific role, you will be required to gain a level of understanding, knowledge and skills for the work involved. This means you will attend full time training for the first year of your apprenticeship. It is a very dangerous and skilled line of work which requires patience and a high standard of selfawareness of your surroundings.

Entry requirements

For the Advanced Apprenticeship (level 3), candidates must have at least 3 GCSE grade A* to C including Maths and English. In addition we are looking for candidates who have:

- A ‘Can Do’ attitude;
- A keen interest in Engineering and technology;
- A willingness to learn;
- Good colour vision to recognise colour coded wires and components;
- An ability to work at heights or in confined spaces;
- A willingness to work outside.

Assessment

You will be assessed in a variety of ways which may include:

- On the job observations;
- Evidence of your duties / tasks performed;
- Reports from mentors and managers;
- Assessments in English; Maths and IT;
- Production of a portfolio of evidence.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Cumbria County Council directly.

Last updated date: 28 August 2015
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