The Level 3 Standard in Utilities Engineering for Technicians is aimed at students who wish to work and undertake an Apprenticeship in an engineering environment.This could include roles such as Electrical/Electronic Technician, Control and Instrumentation Technician or Mechanical Technician.
On completion of the Level 3 Standard you can progress onto the Higher Level Apprenticeship in Electronics and Robotic Control Engineering or Manufacturing & Mechatronic Engineering. The apprentices will be required to attend College one day per week as part of 20% off the job training requirements.
"I chose to study an engineering focused degree because there is so much to learn. The tutors are great and have so much industry knowledge which they share with you. The staff are really helpful if you need guidance. My apprenticeship is with Spirent Communications and I won 'Apprentice of the Year' in 2015 at the Apprenticeship Awards, which I'm really proud of."Sophie Westerman
This course is available at our Vantage Point Campus.
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We currently offer a wide range of apprenticeships in various sectors including: childcare, management, hairdressing, marine and many more. Apprenticeships are available to anyone over the age of 16.
We deliver a range of Higher Apprenticeships which offer a unique way of developing professional level, job specific skills while remaining in employment and earning a salary.
A supportive learning environment is available for all students including, free or discounted travel options, careers advice and more. We take pride in matching apprentices of all ages to the right job and employer.