Celebrating 'Women In Engineering Day' 23rd June
Supporting #diversity in engineering – celebrating @INWED1919 on 23 June #EngineeringHeroes
Taking place annually on 23rd June, Alliance Learning celebrated International Women in Engineering Day. With the guidance of #INWED resources, we began to highlight the incredible work our Apprentices have achieved and the importance of their job role.
This year's theme is based around ‘Engineering Heroes’. For further information about #INWED21, visit https://www.inwed.org.uk/
Engineering Apprenticeships are a fantastic opportunity to gain valuable skills and qualifications. Read on more for information on engineering apprenticeships; how to apply, how it works and why this might be a brilliant option for you!
How to apply for an engineering apprenticeship?
You can view our latest vacancies through our website. Our dedicated recruitment team will be able to help you apply for the perfect role. This will be a work-based training program that combines on-the-job training as well as a one-day release depending on which Engineering course you apply for.
What will happen next?
You will be working with one of the top engineering companies across Greater Manchester, helping you to develop skills and reach your full potential. The rest of the time, you will spend at our training centre, securing the knowledge you need for your qualification.
What qualifications do I need?
The Entry qualifications are: Math’s & English GCSE A-D/9-3 or equivalent A practical subject would also be beneficial.
Why choose an engineering apprenticeship?
You will gain valuable skills alongside working towards a Level 2 qualification, progressing onto Level 3. Apprentices will complete with a practical understanding of the engineering industry. You will also be paid whilst working towards your qualification while avoiding any fees for your training.
What does an engineering apprenticeship involve?
This equips apprentices with the basic skills and knowledge to carry out a range of engineering processes at an operator level.
What career paths can an Engineering Apprenticeship take me?