Solve real-world problems to make sure every part of the system functions as it should with engineering and electrical apprenticeships

As an engineer, you need to be a creative thinker, a problem solver, a communicator and a team player, constantly changing the world with solutions to improve people’s lives. The world is alive with technology—from washing machines, televisions, computers and central heating boilers, to cars, trains and aircraft—the list of devices and systems that we use and enjoy on a daily basis is almost limitless.

Each and every piece of technology requires a legion of skilled people making sure their part of the system functions as it should—from the plumber mending a broken pipe to the team of electricians wiring up an office block. Engineering and electrical apprenticeships has it all.

The engineering and electrical apprenticeships available in this sector cover a range of industries and professions, many of them are specialist in nature to suit the particular demands of certain roles.

Aerospace software development engineers develop, modify and upgrade the systems that control aircraft, while composites technicians combine materials to form a lighter and stronger rigid structure as an alternative to metal. The electronic product service and installation engineer will install and service a range of domestic and commercial equipment, from washing machines and microwaves, to television and audio equipment.

Engineering operatives carry out a range of operations, ensuring machines and equipment are maintained and serviceable, while ordnance munitions and explosives professionals work with ‘energetic’ hazardous materials such as explosives, propellants and pyrotechnics. There’s also a demand for non-destructive testing engineers, wireless communications riggers and much more.

There is an engineering route for everyone, just consider the type of problems you are interested in solving and take a look at the engineering and electrical apprenticeships featured in this sector.

Composites technician apprenticeship

Combine lighter and stronger alternatives to metals Composites manufacture is the combining of materials to form a lighter and stronger...

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Compressed air and vacuum technician apprenticeship

Install and commission equipment and their associated systems The continuous supply of compressed air is vital to all manufacturing processes...

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Construction equipment maintenance mechanic apprenticeship

Service, maintain and repair equipment used in the construction and allied industries This occupation provides a vital support service to...

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Control systems engineer apprenticeship

Assuring that manufacturing runs smoothly in areas such as site maintenance.  As a control system engineer apprentice, you could be...

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Control technical support engineer apprenticeship

Ensure that manufacturing runs smoothly in areas such as site maintenance During the control technical support engineer apprenticeship, you’ll work...

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Electro-mechanical engineer apprenticeship

Solve real-world problems using a combination of mechanical and electrical engineering Found in many engineering sectors involving design, manufacture and...

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Electronic product service and installation engineer apprenticeship

Install and service a range of domestic and commercial equipment During the electronic product service and installation engineer apprenticeship you’ll learn...

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Embedded electronic systems design and development engineer apprenticeship

Design and develop electronic circuits, devices and systems for a range of industries During the embedded electronic systems design and...

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