Thank you for showing your interest in our Techincal Support Apprenticeship.
TO APPLY YOU NEED TO GO TO: http://www.amrctraining.co.uk/apprenticeships-how-to-apply
Technical support engineers diagnose problems and provide advice and solutions. You may be asked to help with the installation or operation of a basic product, to more serious situations requiring you to replicate the problem and then provide the client with a same-day solution.
Throughout the apprenticeship, you will develop skills and knowledge in a wide variety of engineering technical support activities including engineering design, quality control and inspection, non-destructive testing, computer control programming and technical services. Analytical assistance may range from simple installation designs or operation of a basic product, to more serious situations requiring staff to replicate the problem within their technical support facility before providing the client with a same-day solution.
For the first year you will mainly be based in the Training Centre which is one of the UK’s leading training centres' for manufacturing and engineering. This time will enable you to gain high level skills whilst gaining on and off the job training.
Specialist units include:
• Preparing and using industrial robots
• Producing components by rapid prototyping techniques
• Producing CAD models (drawings) using a CAD system
• Communications for engineering technicians
• Working efficiently and effectively in advanced manufacturing and engineering
• Preparing and proving CNC machine tool programs.
To gain the full apprenticeship, you must achieve the minimum components that make up the full standard.
Note – As the entry requirements are 5 GCSE’s grade 4 and above. We would expect that you are working towards or have already achieved at this level to be able to apply.
Your qualification will be continually assessed through oral, observation, written and practical work.
Certification will be on completion of your portfolio of evidence.
You will need 5 GCSE’s grade 4 and above or A – C including mathematics, English and science.