Apprentice Engineering Fitter Level 3 - Advanced (Level 3)
John Guest Engineering Ltd
Harrow and Uxbridge College
You’ll be joining RWC and undertaking an apprenticeship in a rewarding and challenging role using the latest Technology and Equipment, taking an Apprenticeship at RWC is a great choice.
You will be carrying out fitting and assembly of complex components from the manufacture of RWC’s range of products, such as;
- Materials used in components/assemblies, for example; plastics, mild steel, aluminium, composites, copper etc. Their use and application considerations, for example machinability, hardness, conductivity, cost, availability, compatibility
- Component/assembly documentation. For example, bill of materials, standard operating procedures, inspection records, assembly instructions, electrical/pneumatic/hydraulic circuit diagrams. What they are and how to interpret and use
- Component/assembly specifications, for example; electrical loading, load charts, torque settings, tolerances. What they are and how to use them
- Component/assembly quality checks for example; checking tolerances, threads, voltages. Types of faults that occur and problem-solving techniques, for example; cause and effect
This list is not exhaustive.
Skilled engineer / Team Leader / Manager.
The company would prefer someone with a full/clean driving licence Please note – You must not have done a Level 3 Engineering course full-time at a college or training provider – apprenticeship rules mean that we cannot take an ex full-time learner on to an apprenticeship because you will have done at least 50%+ of the learning at college already and we cannot gain funding from the Governments Skills Funding Agency if this is the case..
- Being able to follow instructions (listening skills)
- Having good communication skills especially on the telephone
- Being able to work to strict deadlines
- Being methodical and organised
- Having good concentration
- Fully committed to learning the job
- Not afraid of hard work
- Able to communicate in a business-like manner
Mandatory - GCSE Level C/4 in maths & English.
Apprentices will be required to attend college for 2 days per week for the first 18 months, at Uxbridge Campus completing necessary mandatory training and units associated with the apprenticeship.
Our Account Manager, industry-trained assessor and Learning Advocate will support apprentices to deliver our high-quality training programmes.
The apprentice will be required to complete:
- QCF Framework
- Employment Rights and Responsibilities
- Skills, Knowledge and Behaviours
- Standard and End Point Assessment
- Functional Skills in English, maths and ICT (if required)
Other training will be provided by the employer as required to enable the fulfilment of the job role.
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