About the apprenticeship
• Observing, learning and understanding a wide range of engineering skills and processes while under the instruction of skilled technical staff.
• To be able to demonstrate these skills and processes as the training period progresses by working independently or with a team, to undertake tasks as instructed and increasing overall contribution to the department.
• To undertake and successfully complete suitable courses throughout the training period, achieving the academic grades and practical skills in order to entitle yearly progression leading to the completion of the Level 3 Engineering Operative
• Learning and understanding the importance of Health and Safety within the workplace.
• To develop the skills to construct or modify products from verbal instructions and drawings.
• To learn how to maintain workshop equipment and to keep it in good repair
• Be committed to the job and have a passion for engineering
• Positive and enthusiastic attitude
• Commitment to Apprenticeship with a willingness to learn
• Ability to follow instructions
• Ability to use own initiative
• Ability to work effectively as part of a team
• Ability to communicate with a variety of people
• Willing to ask for support as necessary
• A positive outlook and ‘can do' approach to tasks
• Possess manual dexterity to put parts or pieces together quickly and accurately
GCSE's in Maths and English
Welsh Spoken Skills: No Welsh Written Skills: No
Training provider course:
Fabrication & Welding
About the employer
Solitec Engineering Limited
Gilchrist Thomas Industrial Estate
No, we are not part of the Disability Confident Scheme from the UK Department for Work and Pensions.
Please note that all apprenticeships are open to everyone. However, some organisations have worked to achieve Disability Confident accreditation. You should always apply for the apprenticeship you feel best suited to.
To be interviewed by Solitec