The Engineering Apprenticeship framework is designed to provide apprentices with the skills and knowledge required to carry out their job role and support future progression within the sector. The apprentice will be employed and receive at least the minimum apprenticeship wage. The apprentice should achieve the Level 3 Apprenticeship Framework within the agreed timescale.
- Level 3 NVQ Extended Diploma Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering (QCF)
- BTEC L3 Diploma Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering (QCF)
- Essential Skills Wales Communication Level 2
- Essential Skills Wales Application of Number Level 2
- Essential Skills Wales Information and Communication Technology Level 2
- Key Skill Level 2 Working With Others
- Key Skill Level 2 Improving Own Learning
- Employment Rights and Responsibilities
This apprenticeship can be tailored to meet the requirements for Skilled Machinist, Skilled Fitter job roles. Skilled Machinist – Machine components by applying a variety of removal and shaping techniques such as boring; cutting; drilling; milling; grinding and lapping. Skilled Fitter – Assembly of mechanical equipment and related systems to required specifications.
Please note, this Framework is for Apprentices who have NOT completed the full-time first year engineering programme. You will attend college 5 days a week for the first year (35 weeks) and will undertake the following qualifications: Performing Engineering Operations Level 2, Year 1 BTEC L3 Diploma Manufacturing or Mechanical Engineering first year and Essential Skills/Key Skills in Communications, Application of Number, Information and Communication Technology, Working with Others and Improving Own Learning.
These programmes are part financed by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government.