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Ensure the projects deliver successfully and safely to time, cost and quality A project controls professional (PCP) is essential to complex projects in providing appropriate recommendations to influence the decision-making

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Repair, maintain, modify, inspect, test, install and assemble lifting equipment This is a globally recognised occupation in a wide range of industries, in demand wherever lifting equipment is used. Examples

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Understand, model and analyse the ground in relation to natural and engineering processes During the geotechnical engineer apprenticeship you’ll specify and manage ground investigations (both desk studies and intrusive investigation

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Design, build, service and repair a range of engineering products and services Engineering technicians working within the aerospace, automotive, aviation and maritime defence sectors are predominantly involved in highly skilled,

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Design, manufacture, fabricate and install signage Working within small and medium enterprise businesses, during the signage technician apprenticeship you’ll supply signage products and services to a wide range of customers.

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Cut material by hand or machine using templates or measurements and then prepare components for assembly Working in the production of fashion and textiles using fabrics such as canvas, cotton,

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Conduct a wide range of marine engineering work Marine electricians work on a variety of boats for sectors such as boat manufacturers, refit and repair boatyards, marinas and specialist marine

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