The Engineering Industry

Mechanical engineers make, fit and repair parts for machines and related equipment used on boats, farms, sawmills and mining sites, as well as in factories and oil refineries.

 

Heavy fabrication engineers, for example, use thick plates, pipes and shaped pieces (sections) of metal to make and repair things such as the framework of buildings, ships hulls, bridges, boilers, storage tanks and cranes.

 

What you’d be doing:

If you have successfully completed the first level of your apprenticeship through a relevant pre trade course you will now be able to move onto the next level of your qualification.

 

As you progress through your apprenticeship you will be required to attend evening class once a week and an annual three week block course to enable you to complete the theory requirements of your qualification.

Example Trades  & Apprentices: