Apprenticeships

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Overview

This high-quality programme of engineering training is designed for talented apprentices who have completed an advanced level apprenticeship, or hold equivalent qualifications. You’ll work towards achieving engineering technician or incorporated engineer status in your field of specialisation. You’ll learn advanced skills and complete a Level 4 NVQ in engineering leadership. You’ll also take a relevant Higher National Certificate, Higher National Diploma, or Foundation Degree, which could lead to progression to an honours degree in engineering technology. You’ll also learn how to write reports, use IT and work effectively in a team.

Am I ready to start?

The programme is designed for talented apprentices who have completed an advanced level apprenticeship, or hold equivalent qualifications.

What does the course involve?

This is a higher apprenticeship. You can train in roles like:

  • electrical or electronic engineer
  • software engineer
  • systems engineer
  • systems operations engineer
  • aircraft systems development technician
  • manufacturing engineer
  • quality engineer
  • design engineer

After successful completion of this higher apprenticeship you'll be in a good position to progress on to chartered engineer status or higher-level work.

This course will be delivered in our new state-of-the-art Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering Centre.

Down to business, what can I do and what can I earn?

Demand for skilled Engineers is high. Successful completion of this apprenticeship could lead to a range of careers including:

Operations Management £50,602
Aviation £44,717
Military/Defence £44,474
Electronic £39,453
Micro Electronics £38,946
Design £38,583
Aeronautical/Aerospace £37,914
Mechanical £35,486
Manufacturing £34,156
Maintenance £33,316
CNC Programming £28,390

The average salary for a qualified Engineer is £35,879

You could even progress into further training as an Advanced or Higher Apprentice or find work in alternative engineering sectors such as Marine Engineering

Got a job?

You must have a job to do an apprenticeship. If you already have a job you may be able to do an apprenticeship with your current employer.

If you don’t have a job for your apprenticeship – apply for your place at College by clicking the 'Apply Now' button at the top and bottom of the page.

Once you have applied please check out our apprenticeship job vacancies.

An apprenticeship comprises two parts:

  • Typically 20% study element (at Harlow College or Stansted Airport College).
  • 80% work based element with an employer. It is your responsibility to find an employer.

Great, so what do I do now?

Call 01279 868240 to speak to an Apprenticeships adviser

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