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ENGINEERING MANUFACTURING TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP (STANDARD) - LEVEL 4


AB130 2 YEARS


This exciting new apprenticeship is suitable for anyone who would like to pursue a career in the field of engineering.


Engineering manufacturing technicians are found in large and small engineering and manufacturing organisations providing products and services throughout a wide range of sectors, such as automotive, aerospace/airworthiness, chemical processing, land systems, marine, maritime defence, materials manufacturers and their respective supply chains. The broad purpose of the manufacturing technician is to provide specialist technical support for engineers, so that organisations can develop, produce or test new or existing products and processes.


The programme will look at a wide range of skills and knowledge needed in the industry, including quality management systems, different manufacturing methods, principles of quality control and quality assurance, core engineering principles, project management techniques, data collection systems, production methods and sustainability.


You will be taught at our Engineering Centre of Excellence, which is a specialist training and assessment facility for engineering and manufacturing students. The centre contains high-tech CAD facilities, 3D printing, electronics design and assembly, a fabrication and welding workshop, CNC and manual machining, and a bench fitting workshop.


PROGRESSION


This apprenticeship provides excellent preparation towards professional registration as an Engineering Technician and progression to Incorporated Engineer registration via the Level 6 framework. It may also, where appropriate, provide progression to a range of honours degrees.


NETWORK ENGINEER APPRENTICESHIP (STANDARD) - LEVEL 4


AB199 2 YEARS


The primary role of a Network Engineer is to design, install, maintain and support communication networks, within an organisation or between organisations. As a Network Engineer apprentice, you’ll be involved with the maintenance of high-levels of operation of communication networks in order to provide maximum performance and availability for their users. You’ll also develop an understanding of network configuration, cloud, network administration and monitoring tools, and learn to give technical advice and guidance.


The programme will look at a range of skills and knowledge needed in this industry, including installing and configuring network components, monitoring and testing network systems, undertaking system upgrades, providing technical network support, understanding the causes and consequences of system failure, understand the architecture of a typical business IT system, and understanding security threats and firewalls.


You will be based at Petroc’s state-of-the-art Institute of Technology; The Engineering facility will house clean room fabrication capabilities; electronics design, manufacture and testing laboratories; additive technologies (3D); and production robotics.


PROGRESSION


Successful completion of this course could lead directly to a career in the IT sector; or allow you to progress to higher-level qualifications, such as the University of Plymouth BSc Digital and Technology Solutions Professional Degree Apprenticeships, FdSc Computing, or FdSc Games Development.


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