Welding and Fabrication Instructor (Derby Rolls Royce)

May 16, 2018

Training 2000 is a charitable trust set up by a consortium of Lancashire businesses and is now one of the largest Group Training Associations in England, with over 50 years’ experience of delivering high quality work-based learning and training programmes to industry and individuals. We have grown to more than 250 staff and 6 centres across the North West and other areas of the UK, working with national employers across a wide range of sectors, whilst maintaining local support.



Training 2000 is an ‘Amazing Place with Amazing People’. We are part of the UCLan group which has provided the opportunity for Engineers to study up to degree level. We are one of the largest Group Training Associations in England, with over 50 years’ experience of delivering high quality training programs to industry and individuals.



Do you have a passion to help create the Engineers of the future? Have you worked within the Engineering industry and now want to share your knowledge with others? If so then you could be the perfect fit for our organisation. We are looking to add to our already fantastic team and want to recruit professionals who can contribute to Aerospace engineering and its future development.


An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Company’s Engineering department based at Rolls-Royce in Derby for a Welding and Fabrication Instructor.


About the Role:


You will have a passion for Welding, Fabrication and Engineering and will be able to draw on your industrial expertise to demonstrate hands on relevant competence with excellent knowledge of the Health Safety and environmental requirements necessary.


The Engineering Team are responsible for the Teaching and Instruction for the Apprenticeship Programme at Rolls-Royce. This is delivered by a highly focused and professional team, who report to the Engineering Lead at Rolls-Royce.


You will plan training and development programmes with Apprentices taking individual, professional bodies and business requirements into account and ensuring Apprentices complete programmes effectively through networking with stakeholders both internally and externally to the learning environment.


You will also provide appropriate career development coaching and mentoring to Apprentices whilst on programme.




To hold a subject specialist vocational qualification (Level 3 Engineering/Welding) – minimum Level 3 and completion of a recognised Engineering Apprenticeship.


To hold a teaching qualification is desirable.



Terms and Conditions:


In addition to an attractive salary, this position also offers the following benefits:

  • 27 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Annual leave increasing by service years up to a maximum of 5 additional days
  • Free on-site parking
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Access to the company healthcare scheme after qualifying period
  • Access to the pension scheme after qualifying period
  • Free life insurance after qualifying period


Appointments are subject to the receipt of a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS; formally the CRB), or a check via the Update Service on a relevant enhanced disclosure. Further information can be obtained from www.gov.co.uk.


How to Apply:


For an application pack please contact Sheena Umpleby – Human Resources Assistant for an application pack on 01254 54659 or [email protected].


Closing date for applications: 2nd July 2018


If you have not been contacted within 4 weeks of your application, unfortunately on this occasion you have been unsuccessful


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