If I decide to leave school, I want to do an Apprenticeship, which one should I look for, I just want a stable salary in life, in which I can progress, any ideas?
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- Thread Starter
- 16-01-2016 14:22
- 16-01-2016 19:47
If I had my time again I go here:
I'd do stone masonry. There aren't many people that have skills like that anymore. It's an art.
- 29-01-2016 21:07
heres some engineering ones
Exxon Mobil (http://www.exxonmobil.co.uk/UK-Engli...tice_fife.aspx)
Based in Fife or Southampton (Fawley). Fife apprenticeshipsinclude; Machinery, Electrical, Process control and process operations. Southampton. apprenticeships include; Electrical, Instrument and Machinery.
Various apprenticeships throughout the country. Also has a 2year pathway to get NVQ lv 3 if already have HNC, so working right away
Torness apprenticeship, various disciplines.
OPITO(http://ogtap.co.uk/) Includes ECITB offshore apprenticeships. They also do an apprenticeship with Schlumberger for subseamaintenance,
Loads of apprenticeships around the country. The offshore ones are directed to OPITO.
Great apprenticeships for offshore work which could lead todrilling.
Apprenticeships in process operations and variousengineering disciplines including instrumentation. Based in Middlesbrough, OPITO has used TTE in the past for their apprenticeship.
Petrochemical apprenticeships in grangemouth.Instrumentation etc.
Great apprenticeships starting on 23k or 15k. 23k isengineer manager traineeship and needs a HNC to get in. 15k is technician.Country wide. Great benefits.
Various engineering disciplines around Doncaster, Grimsby,Humber, Lincoln and Scunthorpe.
Various roles in Stalingborough, working from day 1 with dayrelease college.
Various roles, Banff & Buchan CollegeRolls
Various roles, more towards mechanical though.
Various roles, advanced and higher apprenticeshipsthroughout the country.
General engineering apprenticeships.
Has various apprentices, it’s like a coordinating companyfor different apprenticeship providers.
is one of theirs. More based on mechanical or machining.
Dale power solutions(https://www.dalepowersolutions.com/h...rentice-scheme)
Advanced or higher apprenticeship, electrical or mechanicalI think.
Forth Valley College(http://www.forthvalley.ac.uk/courses...eering_229882/)
Various companies sponsoring and various disciplines. Basedin Falkirk for 1 year then with company.
Based in Edinburgh. General and electrical.
No apprenticeship in 2016 but should be 2017.
Various roles and advanced and higher apprenticeships.
Amec Foster Wheeler(http://www.amecfw.com/careers/early-...our-programmes)
Designer, quality and controls apprenticeships.
Advanced and higher level apprenticeships, various roles.Live in spring 2016.
Welding, erecting, pipefitting and project control apprenticeships.
keep checking for their design apprenticehsip
Mechanically based, may have accelerated program if alreadyhave HNC or PEO.
CRC Offshore(http://www.crcoffshore.com/expertise/apprentice-program)Welding apprenticeship.Last edited by Geezajob; 29-01-2016 at 21:11.
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