You need to be employed to start an Apprenticeship. Please visit our vacancy page or if you have an employer, please ensure you add full contact details of your employer within your application. If you are unable to secure employment, you could enrol on a full-time study programme and transfer to an Apprenticeship at a later date. Please apply for a full-time course as your second option.
For those who are looking for an engineering position in the food manufacturing industry, an Apprenticeship is a hands-on work-based route.
We are the only college delivering this Standard in the South West of England. The course is approved by the National Skills Academy for Food & Drink. We have dedicated resources specific to the food and drink sector and all course content is contextualised within the sector.
Unitsof study may include:
Learners will be expected to wear the following mandatory PPE/RPE in the BTC workshops when carrying out welding activities:
PPE/RPE which is brought in by learners for use in our workshops will be checked to ensure it is suitable for welding related activities.
You will be assessed through a variety of methods including:
There is an ‘End Point Assessment’ in the final year of the Apprenticeship.
Successful completion of this Apprenticeship can lead to a great career and could be the first step to becoming a Maintenance Manager, Engineering Manager or Factory Manager.
|Course Title||Food and Drink Maintenance Engineer Apprenticeship Level 3|
There are no entry requirements, but course entry is subject to
|Attendance Requirements||In the first year the majority of time will be spent attending college (up to 130 days) and ythe remainder in the workplace. This will give a broad base of new skills to take back to the workplace in years 2 and 3 when College attendance is one day per week.|
The facilities are amazing, and working on and with industry-level software and equipment has been the perfect preparation for a Degree Apprenticeship and career in the engineering industry.
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