Through-life engineering services specialist apprenticeship

Through-life engineering services specialist apprenticeship

Ensure a safe, available, reliable and affordable long-term asset operation

A through-life engineering services specialist keeps engineered assets working better, for longer. In this role, you’ll engage in asset design optimisation and upgrade, maintenance planning and provisioning, operational health monitoring, installed maintenance (reactive and preventative), fault finding and isolation, installation and removal, inspection, overhaul and repair, safety testing and ongoing safety compliance assurance, transportation, spares provisioning, support resource logistics, and decommissioning. You’ll interact with asset designers, manufacturers, owners, regulators, users and maintainers to deliver effective and commercially viable support services, ensuring safe, available, reliable and affordable long-term asset operation. You may be office-based—providing remote technical support, factory-based—providing operational maintenance services, or customer-based—providing technical or physical services at the asset’s location. On completion of the through-life engineering services specialist apprenticeship, you’ll achieve a master’s degree in through-life engineering services.

 

Duration: 24 months

Relevant school subjects: Science and engineering

Entry requirements for the through-life engineering services specialist apprenticeship: A degree in a science, engineering, business or management discipline, or a minimum of two years relevant practical experience in a related area and/or industrial or other professional body qualifications

Achievement upon completion: Level 7 (Degree) – equivalent to a master’s degree

Potential salary upon completion: £35,000

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