INNOVATIVE WOODWORKING MACHINERY & EXPERTISE

Maintenance Engineering Apprentice

Location: Kirkby, Liverpool

What will the apprentice be doing?
Working alongside qualified staff you will learn Engineering Maintenance, fault finding and repair, being responsible for a range of tasks including carrying out checks and maintenance, be reactive to and carry out repair on breakdown, electrical maintenance, wiring, monitor and interpret data to support efficiency of machinery, fault diagnosis and repair on engineering systems & equipment, conduct servicing of equipment including repair & replacement, regular offsite work with field engineers.

What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?
You will work towards achieving a Level 3 advanced Engineering Fitter qualification, you will attend NWTC Training Centre on day release for training and Further Education. The remainder of your time will be spent with your employer training whilst employed. NWTC will monitor your Apprenticeship on a regular basis to ensure you achieve the standards required including core skills, knowledge and occupational behaviours in preparation for End point assessment and where required Functional Skills.

What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?
At the end of the apprenticeship, candidates will be suitably trained and continue their employment dependant on the business needs at the time. Further in-house and external training and development available. Potential L4 / HNC for the right candidate at the right time.

Things to consider
You must live within commuting distance to the employer and be able to attend NWTC for training. Any offer of apprenticeship/employment will be subject to successful completion of a colour vision assessment. If you are successful, your training will be at. NWTC: UNIT 33 Wellington Employment Park, Dunes Way, Liverpool, L5 9R

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