Electrical Engineering Degree Apprenticeship
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- Practical hands-on engineering skills (though these will be developed)
- Interest in engineering and aircraft
- Team Work
- Time Management
- Attention to detail
- Analytical skills
- Commitment to continue personal development, refreshing and expanding Engineering knowledge through a variety of methods.
- Contributing to the continuing development of Engineering processes, systems, services and products within their domain
- Taking personal responsibility for their actions, managing projects, including resource management within their remit.
- Be able to demonstrate a range of communication styles and methods. Understanding the importance of networks within and across functions.
- Demonstrating a personal and professional commitment to society, their profession and the environment, adopting a set of values and behaviours that will maintain and enhance the reputation of the profession.
Academic qualifications of 96 (240 pre 2017) UCAS points or above at A-Level standard or equivalent, to include Maths plus at least one further STEM based subject such as Physics, ICT, Computing, Electronics. A GCSE grade B/5 in Mathematics, plus four GCSEs at Grade A-C including English Language and Double Science or equivalent qualification.Future prospects Apprentices will work towards becoming 'skilled' in their respective trade on completion of their apprenticeship. Post apprenticeship there are possibilities to progress through the grading structure and adopt additional responsibilities. The organisation has a long history of training apprentices, and also evidence of progression of apprentices post completion of their schemes into senior and critical roles. Apprentices have gone on to reach the highest levels in the Company - to management level and beyond! Things to consider Technician apprentices will have regular access to helicopters and the manufacturing facilities, but spend the majority of their time in an office environment. Technicians, will usually wear 'office attire', only wearing lab coats or overalls when taking part in testing activities (testing aircraft parts and systems.) Apprentices are assigned to a skilled supervisor, who will teach, guide and support the apprentice in their workplace to develop the required skills. The Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage (ANMW): From April 2017 the ANMW was set at £3.50 per hour. This applies to 16-18 year old apprentices and those aged 19 and over in the first year of their Apprenticeship. For all other apprentices the National Minimum wage appropriate to their age applies. The Minimum Wage for Apprentices applies to time spent on the job plus time spent training.