What will the apprentice be doing?
Training will be given on:
• F1 & many other Motorsport series wheel gun & high-pressure regulator service/repair in the workshop.
• Technical advice & repairs/services trackside.
• Tailored air-driven installations and assemblies design.
• Fault finding and improvements trackside and at team’s premises.
• Use of machines and power tools for testing of refurbishments of existing equipment.
• Understanding air solutions and test procedures.
What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?
- Engineering Operative Apprenticeship Standard.
- Company Training Plan & Assessment.
- EAL Level 2 Certificate in Engineering Operations Knowledge 6033194X
- EAL Level 2 Diploma in engineering operations - 60332207
- Level 1 Functional Skills - Maths (Attempt Level 2) (If required)
- Level 1 Functional Skills - English (Attempt Level 2) (If required)
- End Point Assessment at the end of the apprenticeship
What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?
The applicant can progress to a role of sales engineer visiting teams trackside or at their premises demonstrating equipment and being responsible for projects in both design, application, and testing.
Reality CheckThere are a number of things the right applicant can do outside of work to better equip yourself in your career with the company from manuals and the understanding of how different race series are completed and how the sporting regulations can impact on our advice regarding equipment.
Skills RequiredCommunication skills, Attention to detail, Organisation skills, Customer care skills, Team working, Initiative, Willingness to learn, Commitment, Flexible attitude
Qualifications RequiredGCSE or equivalent A ming of 5 GCSE's inc Eng, Science, Maths (Grade 5-9(C-A*)) Essential