Engineering Maintenance (Machinery) Apprenticeship- Birmingham
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- Advanced Apprenticeship
- Mechanic and Automotive
- Automotive Apprenticeships
Training consists of the study of modern state of the art flexible automotive production technology, as well as the latest innovations in manufacturing techniques. This includes: robot wash cell maintenance, digital camera technologies and production logistics programming, high 22 axis CNC machine cutting using laser Blum technology. Our core engineering training covers electronics, pneumatics, electrical, plc’s, hydraulics, milling, turning, basic hand skills as well as general mechanical and electrical engineering.
This training takes place at Plant Hams Hall and a local college.
The technical and maintenance teams you will be working with are responsible for the rapid detection, rectification and prevention of equipment failure within our manufacturing and logistics facilities. They also control the operation, programming and maintenance of our automated production equipment. Your final goal will be to become a productive member of these elite teams.
You will need to be enthusiastic with outstanding work ethic and be well-disciplined as our apprenticeship is heavily focused on attitude and behaviour. In addition you need to exhibit initiative, be reliable and conscientious. Excellent communication skills are essential, as is the ability to think logically and to work both independently and as part of a team.
BMW offers an enhanced apprenticeship in comparison to others in industry. The four year programme is designed to enable you to experience different aspects of Engineering and production technology including: hand-skills, machining, fluid power, electronics, robotics, control systems and many more.
Our advisors are always available to provide individual support and guidance, enabling you to customise training to suit your skills.
In your first year you will undertake practical training to qualify you with Employers Units of Competence (L2 engineering) supported by a BTEC national certificate. Following this you will take on a level 3 NVQ competency based qualification all of which are based on engineering and maintenance systems in the business. You could have the potential to move onto the Higher National Certificate (HNC) at level 4 or Foundation Degree in engineering subject to YOUR performance and attitude.
Qualifications and Skills:
Personal development within the BMW Group never stops! This begins with vocational courses and continues with selective training throughout your career.
A BMW Apprenticeship offers multiple career choices and enables you to make the most of your abilities.
Qualifications required for Apprenticeship:
A minimum of 5 GCSE’S Grade B (Level 6 under the new GCSE Grading Structure) or above including Maths, English and Science.
A technology related subject or a BTEC level 3 (60 credits plus) or equivalent in a relevant Engineering or Technology discipline would be advantageous but is not essential.
Your career with BMW Group will be designed to meet your individual aspirations and the business needs of an internationally recognised company. You start on a business awareness programme followed by career objective training in the relevant departments.
Rate of Pay:
A competitive salary enhanced annually depending on individual progress and performance starting at circa £12,500 per annum rising to over £24,000 over the programme.
Immediate eligibility for the company car scheme plus other benefits.
38 hour working week, start and finish times will vary according to work based placements and college hours.
Closing date for applications: 13th March 2017.
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