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Advanced Engineering Apprentice - Norwich

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30th August 2019

About the employer
Royal Mail has a clear vision to be recognised for delivering the best global parcels business in the UK and across Europe and is one of the UK’s largest employers. To achieve this, we have set out a 5-year strategic plan. Achieving our strategy depends on having the best possible talent at all levels in our business. If you share our passion and want to help us deliver to c.30 million addresses across the UK, 6 days a week, you’ll thrive as a Royal Mail Apprentice.

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Working week
You’ll spend most of your first year in Blackburn at our training college. Total hours per week: 36.5
Expected duration
3 Years

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What you will do in your working day
On our advanced engineering apprenticeship, you'll get to grips with the cutting-edge technology needed to deliver a first-class service – covering everything from robotics to intelligent sorting machines.

You’ll spend your first year in Blackburn, working and learning alongside other engineering apprentices and getting under the skin of how things work here. You'll learn how to fix, maintain and review all of our technology and get trained by senior colleagues who have seen it all.

The training you will be getting
You'll work towards an Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Standard that is recognised across the industry and will help you build your career here.

37-week residential course in year one in Blackburn and a six-week training course in year two.

About the employer
Royal Mail has a clear vision to be recognised for delivering the best global parcels business in the UK and across Europe and is one of the UK’s largest employers. To achieve this, we have set out a 5-year strategic plan. Achieving our strategy depends on having the best possible talent at all levels in our business. If you share our passion and want to help us deliver to c.30 million addresses across the UK, 6 days a week, you’ll thrive as a Royal Mail Apprentice.

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Working week
You’ll spend most of your first year in Blackburn at our training college. Total hours per week: 36.5
Expected duration
3 Years

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What you will do in your working day
On our advanced engineering apprenticeship, you'll get to grips with the cutting-edge technology needed to deliver a first-class service – covering everything from robotics to intelligent sorting machines.

You’ll spend your first year in Blackburn, working and learning alongside other engineering apprentices and getting under the skin of how things work here. You'll learn how to fix, maintain and review all of our technology and get trained by senior colleagues who have seen it all.

The training you will be getting
You'll work towards an Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Standard that is recognised across the industry and will help you build your career here.

37-week residential course in year one in Blackburn and a six-week training course in year two.

What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship
Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Standard following the Mechatronics Maintenance Technician route: beginning at Level 3.
Includes membership with the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
Further opportunities to continue onto higher level apprenticeships are available e.g. HNC, Degree and MSc programmes. 
 

Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Standard following the Mechatronics Maintenance Technician route: beginning at Level 3.
Includes membership with the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
Further opportunities to continue onto higher level apprenticeships are available e.g. HNC, Degree and MSc programmes. 
 

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