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Engineering maintenance technicians service machinery and equipment in the manufacturing, production and transportation industries.

Apprentices can be involved in a variety of jobs ranging from fixing equipment on a high end production line, to testing aircraft parts and components in a hangar. 

The Multiskilled maintenance programme is designed to provide skills in the maintenance of mechanical, electrical and mechatronics equipment for the engineering and manufacturing industry. 

 

The Framework

Within the framework apprentices develop their skills in practical and theory based learning, as well as developing wider skills and gaining an understanding of their rights and responsibilities. Qualifications covered in the frame work are:

  • NVQ Extended Diploma in Engineering Maintenance
  • L3 BTEC Diploma in Operations and Maintenance Engineering
  • L2 Functional Skills in ICT 
  • Workbook in Employee Rights & Responsibilities (ERR) 
  • Workbook in Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS)

 

Introductory Training

All apprentices are required to undertake three level two units of introductory off the job training. This can be done either in 2.5 days a week for 36 weeks or 4 days a week for 23 weeks depending upon the employer requirements. 

The units undertaken are:

  • Hand skills
  • Electrical Maintenance
  • Mechanical Maintenance

 

NVQ Pathways

Within this apprenticeship the below pathways are available for the work-based NVQ training:

  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Fluid Power
  • Engineered Systems
  • Instrumentation & Control

 

 

 

Entry Requirements

Minimum of five GCSEs at grades A*-C,  including; Maths and English (or equivalent)

Alternatively, you may have completed a suitable full-time programme at Level 2 and have L2 qualifications in Maths and English, 

You will be interviewed by both the employer and swdt to assess your suitability and interest in the programme.

 

Course Cost

The course if fully funded for all learners aged 16-18 on the start date of their programme. 

For all 19+ learners employers are required to pay a contribution to training.

Any employers requiring further details, please email: bdteam@swdt.co.uk 

 

Course Duration

The duration for the advanced Apprenticeship is 42 months 

This may be reduced due to consideration of previous  qualifications and experience. 

 

 

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