This Level 3 advanced apprenticeship is ideal if you have completed the Engineering Apprenticeship Level 2 and would like to build on your existing knowledge, develop higher skills and further your career.
We have award-winning partnerships with world-class organisations such as Pendennis Shipyard
and are developing our training programmes with industry leaders such as Fugro, BD and Kawasaki.
To ensure you gain all the skills needed for a career as an engineer, you will need to start your apprenticeship at Level 2. On successful completion you can go into employment or continue on to our Level 3 advanced apprenticeship.
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You have completed the Engineering Apprenticeship Level 2 and would like to build on your existing knowledge, develop higher skills and further your career.
Level 2 apprenticeship and be employed in a relevant role.
You’ll learn about units that reflect your job role including fabrication and welding, electrical, machining and maintenance of a broad range of engineering applications.
To take your understanding of the industry to the next level and gain further experience.
The opportunity to further your knowledge and develop your career.
University study such as our FdSc Engineering.
Our Engineering Higher Apprenticeship Level 4.
We have award-winning partnerships with world-class organisations such as Pendennis Shipyard and are developing our training programmes with industry leaders such as Fugro, BD and Kawasaki."
Sam Henwood MANAGING DIRECTOR HENWOOD ENGINEERING
Sam gained distinctions and merits on his apprenticeship and after completing his studies he set up his own engineering business restoring traction engines from all over the world.
“The business has really grown over the years to include four full-time members of staff, seven subcontractors and an apprentice. We are currently restoring a traction engine from New Zealand. Apprenticeships are a fantastic way to learn skills and techniques and earn a wage along the way. Not everyone is suited to university and by doing an apprenticeship and gaining a trade, those skills will always be with you. Be proud to use your hands to produce something!”
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