Engineering Maintenance & Installation Advanced Apprenticeship Level 3

This is the second stage of an apprenticeship where you will learn further engineering maintenance theory, Health & Safety and practical knowledge over a 2 year period. You will have to be employed and working in maintenance/installation.

What will I learn?

Learn further theory and practical principles of engineering maintenance at College as well as in the workplace

How will I be assessed?

Through demonstrating your skills in the workplace and college workshops, sitting exams and tests.

What may it lead to?

Students can progress onto a Higher National Certificate/Diploma in Engineering.

Entry Requirements

You should ideally have 3 GCSE grades of at least C or above, including ICT, English and Mathematics or Functional Skills. Entry is also subject to an initial assessment carried out at the College or full completion of the modern apprenticeship. You may also have direct entry onto the advanced apprenticeship if you have had previous experience, A levels or accredited prior learning (subject to interview).

Additional Information & Other Costs

If you are 19 or over your employer may have to pay a contribution towards your training costs - please contact Work Based Learning for more information.

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Course Fees

What you pay in course fees will depend on your personal circumstances and age. To find out more, visit our Fees page. If you are aged 19 or above, you may qualify for a Advanced Learning Loan.