What will I study on the course?
Units could include:
- Wiring and testing electrical equipment and circuits
- Using computer software packages to assist with engineering activities
- Producing engineering project plans
- Using and interpreting engineering data and documentation
- Communications for engineering technicians
You and your employer be given the opportunity to select additional units that will help you gain the skills to progress within your organisation.
What jobs will I be trained for once I have finished this apprenticeship?
This apprenticeship trains you for a variety of product and design and development roles such as a Product Design Technician or Design and CAD Technician.
Advanced Apprenticeships entry requirements:
A minimum of five GCSEs at grade 5 to 9, including mathematics, English and a science, technology or engineering-related subject.
Applicants are also required to pass an assessment at the AMRC Training Centre before being offered a place on an apprenticeship.
How do I apply?
Once you have decided on which apprenticeship is for you and you have checked that you meet the entry requirements, the next step is to apply.
You can do this on our website here.
"“At work I have been promoted from an Apprentice CNC Machinist into a staff role as a Manufacturing Engineer. It means I design fixtures and create numerical control (NC) programs for all the components that we machine in house.”"
Shivan Morkar: from new recruit to degree apprentice - William Cook Rail in Leeds.