Awe Plc

Control and Instrumentation Apprenticeship - Advanced (Level 3)

Awe Plc (Employer)

Awe Plc (Training Provider)

Annual wage £11,000.00
37.0 hours per week Monday to Thursday: 8.25 hours Alternate Fridays: 8 hours
36 months (duration)
1 September 2022(start date)
5 positions available
20 January 2022 (application closing date)
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Job Description

Control and Instrumentation (C&I) is one of only two 'critical trades' at AWE. That's because C&I is vital to the success of our mission, to keep the nation safe and secure. Put simply, C&I engineers enable a wide range of different automated processes to run.

Responsibilities

What will the apprentice be doing?

C&I engineers create, simplify and automate processes. We deal with systems that measure and control all kinds of things - from the flow of water, to the temperature of a furnace. Our goal is to make sure complex processes can take place at the simple press of a button. In C&I, we maintain, install and develop equipment used to control a variety of processes within AWE's production environment. That means everything from air handling units which keep clean air flowing safely through different working environments, through to programmable logic controllers which use advanced IT to control a variety of systems.

What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?

You'll attend a range of lectures designed to increase your knowledge and understanding of a wide range of circuits and systems. Importantly, you will also

learn and develop vital control and instrumentation skills by completing various projects. Once your training at the Academy is complete, you'll move to the highly practical, on-site phase of training. Taking part in a variety of different placements, you will use your new skills to maintain, repair, install and calibrate equipment that is used across AWE.

What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?

C&I engineers create, simplify and automate processes. We deal with systems that measure and control all kinds of things - from the flow of water, to the temperature of a furnace. It’s a skill that is in demand across a wide range of industries ranging from car assembly, aircraft maintenance to telecommunications. 

Skills Required

Communication skills, IT skills, Problem solving skills, Team working, Health & Safety Aware, Passion & Motivation, Practical Engineering Aptitude

Qualifications Required

GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4 or above) Desired
GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4 or above) Desired
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