Not sure what you'd like to do after leaving school, but you have a thirst to continue learning - AND earn money while you do so?
Well, we think we've got some great opportunities for you based at the Bulmer's site based in Hereford.
4 Year Engineering Apprenticeships (starting September 2019)
You will work towards an Engineering Technician Standard EAL Level 3 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering - Mechatronics Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship.
Your apprenticeship will cover topics such as mechanical maintenance, electrical maintenance, materials science, control systems, instrumentation, fluid and thermodynamics, servos and variable speed drives, continuous improvement, food safety and quality.
The apprenticeship programme will be delivered by Herefordshire and Worcestershire Group Training Association (HWGTA) and you will be based at the HWGTA premises in Hereford from September for the first year of the apprenticeship.
Due to the technical elements involved in the learning, we ask that all applicants must have 5 GSCE's or equivalent - including at least a level 6 in Maths and a level 4 in English.
What do our current apprentices think? Let's ask them!
What does an apprentice do, James?
As an Apprentice Engineer I began my training with a block release to Reaseheath College in Cheshire; I spent 19 weeks there before I arrived at my site in Tadcaster.
During the 19 weeks, I covered a large number of topics from milling and machining to plc programming. Once I had arrived at site I continued my learning with on the job experience, assisting Engineers with tasks.
this included log books and knowledge checks."
What advice would you give someone thinking of pursuing this career, Liam?
If you are looking at pursuing a career in Engineering, an Apprenticeship is a brilliant place to begin the journey. You are able to gain hands-
on experience whilst getting paid to do so! Your training costs are covered and you will gain nationally recognised qualification to a trade.
You also have the opportunity to work your way into different areas of Engineering and gain higher-level qualifications funded by the company.
Why choose us?
It is a great industry to get into! Engineering also offers you a lot of skills, which will help if you want to move into different areas of business, such as production, quality and projects."
So - it's up to you to take the next step why not apply now and see where your passion takes you? Please tell us on your covering letter why you want to join our HEINEKEN Engineering Apprenticeship scheme?
Applications will close 15th March 2019 so don't miss out
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