Ideal if you want to become a qualified engineer, this apprenticeship provides an ideal foundation for a wide range of occupations within the engineering field.
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five GCSEs at grade D or 3, including English, mathematics and IT and to be employed in a relevant role. You must have good practical skills, be able to follow technical drawings and work carefully and methodically.
modules including fabrication and welding, maintenance engineering and machining.
to have the opportunity to tailor your learning to suit your job.
learning a whole new range of skills.
an engineering advanced apprenticeship, or further study such as our Engineering BTEC Extended Diploma Level 3.
Matthew Angove Electrical project engineer & fomer apprentice, Pendennis ShipyardI joined a shy quiet teenager, worked my way through the company to become an electrical project engineer working on superyachts and traveling with work, whilst gaining industry standard and Level 4 and 5 qualifications. I have completed prestigious awards such as the Queen’s Silver Medal and DofE Award, and earned at the same time. Being part of the Pendennis apprenticeship scheme has allowed me to gain confidence within myself, deal with people in real life situations and I have seen the company grow to the amazing infrastructure and team we currently have.
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