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Apprentice Engineering Operative

  • Company: Seaways Services Uk Ltd
  • Location: Burnley
  • Vacancy Ref: 0022B
  • Weekly wage: £273.20
  • Hours per week: 40
  • Sector: Engineering

The vacancy is an opportunity for someone who is interested in pursuing a career in Engineering. The vacancy is based in Burnley.

Engineering Operatives are predominantly involved in engineering operations which are key to the success of the Manufacturing and Engineering sector allowing employers to grow their business while developing a work force with the relevant skills and knowledge to enhance the sustain the sector.

Have a understanding on how to work with gear driven machinery and PLC driven machinery, Beneficial would be if you have previous experience and have a basic or advanced knowledge understanding of mechanics and machines, even motor vehicles, someone one with on the tools ability, both battery and manual tools.

You will be expected to do the following:
  • Shape the materials using the appropriate methods and techniques
  • Join the materials using the appropriate methods and techniques
  • Produce components which meet the specification requirements
  • Carryout quality checks during and after the fabrication activities
Engineering Operatives working within a materials, processing or finishing role will have the knowledge of:
  • Specific machinery, equipment and tooling required for the materials, processing or finishing operation
  • Different materials, processing or finishing techniques
  • Specific quality specifications for materials, processing or finishing operations

Training to be provided

  • Level 2 BTEC Extended Diploma
  • Functional Skills, Level 2 in Mathematics, English, ICT, working with others and improving your own learning. Functional Skills requirements is subject to the successful applicants GCSE results. Grade A–C and within 5 years old means the apprentice will be relaxed from completing functional skills. Certification evidence will need to be provided.
  • Employer Rights & Responsibilities
If successful, the apprentice will be based at their employer working the hours agreed in their contract. The apprentice will need to attend Training 2000 to complete the relevant skill units that have been agreed by Training 2000 and the employer, this will consist of the apprentice completing 6 blocks of skill specific Engineering training lasting 4 weeks each. As well as this they will also begin their Further Education course, BTEC Diploma and classroom based learning.
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