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The Ibstock Brick Advanced Mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship
The apprenticeships will last for about 4 years and combine residential study at EEF Engineering Training School in Birmingham, with on-the-job learning with an experienced mentor. On completion of the apprenticeship the apprentice will receive a BTEC Level 3 qualification and a NVQ Level 3 qualification in Mechanical or Engineering.
As well as training and qualifications, you will also be paid a competitive wage and be eligible for benefits, including a defined contribution pension scheme. We will also encourage your continued professional development after you have qualified.
Examples of subjects studied:
• Mechanical Principles and Applications
• Electro, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems and Devices
• Engineering Maintenance Procedures and Techniques
• Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis of Engineering Systems
So who are we looking for?
Someone who likes to get their hands dirty! You need to be a practical person – good with your hands – who can also demonstrate a positive approach to work, participate in a team environment and able to use your own initiative. It is likely you will have, or expect to achieve, a minimum of 3 GCSE's at Grade 4 or above (or equivalent) in Maths, English and Science. A GCSE in ICT would also be advantageous.
Enthusiasm, commitment and reliability are essential.
Please note that the first year of the apprenticeship will require you to stay in Birmingham, and attend the EEF Training School during term time.

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The Ibstock Brick Advanced Electrical Engineering Apprenticeship
The apprenticeship will last for about 4 years and combine residential study at EEF Engineering Training School in Birmingham, with on-the-job learning with an experienced mentor. On completion of the apprenticeship you will achieve a BTEC Level 3 qualification and a NVQ Level 3 qualification in Electrical Engineering.
As well as training and qualifications, you will be paid a competitive wage and also be eligible for benefits, including a defined contribution pension scheme. We will also encourage your continued professional development after you have qualified.
Examples of subjects studied:
• Electronic and Electrical Principles
• Principles and operation of Three-Phase Systems
• Features and Applications of Electrical Machines
• Electronic Fault Finding
So who are we looking for?
Someone who likes to get their hands dirty! You need to be a practical person – good with your hands – who can also demonstrate a positive approach to work, participate in a team environment and able to use your own initiative. It is likely you will have, or expect to achieve, a minimum of 3 GCSE's at Grade 4 or above (or equivalent) in Maths, English and Science. A GCSE in ICT would also be advantageous.
Enthusiasm, commitment and reliability are essential.
Please note that the first year of the apprenticeship will require you to stay in Birmingham, and attend the EEF Training School during term time.

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