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Apprenticeship at Level 2 in Engineering Apprentices learn on the job, building up knowledge and skills, gaining qualifications and earning money all at the same time. WHAT WILL YOU DO? You will do work-based training with an employer you are paid a wage. Your apprenticeship will involve working towards a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ), Key Skills and a technical certificate as described below: WHAT ARE THE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS? There are no specific entry requirements for this Apprenticeship. However, you should be able to demonstrate the potential to achieve NVQ Level 2, Key Skills at level 1 and a technical certificate. WHAT JOB WILL YOU DO? You are likely to be employed as one of the following: Maintenance Craftsperson Machinist/Toolmaker Welder/Plater/Fabricator Engineering Assembly HOW LONG DOES YOUR APPRENTICESHIP TAKE TO COMPLETE? Your apprenticeship ends when all necessary components have been completed. This might be expected to take between 1 and a half and 2 years. The pace of your applicant's progress will depend on you. WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE AFTERWARDS? You could, move on to higher level qualifications and to eventual recognition as Chartered Engineers. Qualifications required as part of the Apprenticeship Framework NATIONAL VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATION (NVQ) You will need to achieve one of the following NVQ?? s at Level 2: Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering Fabrication & Welding Engineering Production Engineering Manufacture Engineering Maintenance & Installation Engineering Installation & Commissioning Electrical & Electronics Servicing Technical Services TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE You will need to achieve an additional qualification at level 2, for example, BTEC First Diploma in Engineering (Edexcel) Certificate in Engineering 2800 Level 2 (C&G) KEY SKILLS You will work to achieve the following Key Skills: Communications Level 1 Application of Number Level 1 Information Technology Level 1 Working With Others Level 2 Improving Own Learning and Performance Level 2 Employer Rights and Responsibilities You will discuss your individual needs with your employer and college representative The Awarding Body is shown in brackets after the qualification title

Apprenticeship at Level 2 in Engineering Apprentices learn on the job, building up knowledge and skills, gaining qualifications and earning money all at the same time. WHAT WILL YOU DO? You will do work-based training with an employer you are paid a wage. Your apprenticeship will involve working towards a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ), Key Skills and a technical certificate as described...

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