Engineering Manufacturing Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship at Hertford Regional College
Engineers design and build the things that make our world go round. Everything, from aeroplanes to buildings, comes back to engineering. This is a hugely diverse field and this Apprenticeship covers a range of job roles. On this Apprenticeship, the type of work you'll be doing will depend on your employer. Generally, engineering apprentices will learn to take on an operator role in a certain area of engineering. Most duties will involve working alongside skilled operatives in one of many different engineering jobs. Working in this field requires a good head for figures and IT literacy. You'll need good written and verbal communication skills also.
An apprentice can expect to be doing work based learning with an employer, have a contract of employment and be paid at least the Apprenticeship national minimum wage. The Apprenticeship includes a National Vocational Qualification, Functional Skills and a knowledge based element or technical certificate.
A contract of employment for a minimum of 30 hours per week - to include time at college - for the duration of the Apprenticeship and be paid at least the Apprenticeship national minimum wage. Additional requirements to be discussed.
In addition all Apprenticeships include:
• Induction and Employee Rights and Responsibilities
• Functional Skills (as required)
• Personal Learning and Thinking Skills are mapped and embedded (Creative Thinking, Independent Enquiry, Reflective Learning, Team Working, Key Management, Effective Participation)
• Guided Learning on and off the job through training, set tasks or independent study
• Coaching and mentoring in the workplace
• Achievement Records of all Training and Development activity
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hertford Regional College directly.