How to get into Engineering
Are you considering pursuing a career in Engineering? Below we take a look at how to get into Engineering.
If you’re looking for a career that’s both rewarding and well-paid, an engineering career could be the perfect route for you. In this article, we’ll take a look at engineering apprenticeships, what they are and how they differ from other types of apprenticeships. We’ll also give you some tips on where to start your search so that you can find the best job for your specific needs!
What is an Engineering Apprenticeship?
An Engineering Apprenticeship is a great way to learn the skills you need for a career in engineering. There are many different types, including general engineering, manufacturing and construction.
Apprenticeships combine on-the-job training with classroom-based learning which means that you’ll be working towards gaining an industry recognised qualification while earning money!
Why choose an engineering apprenticeship?
- You will earn while you learn.
- You will have a structured training programme that is designed to give you the skills and knowledge needed to become an engineer.
- The opportunity to work with some of the biggest companies in the UK, including Jaguar Land Rover, Rolls Royce, BAE Systems and many more.
- Hands on experience working with real world products and projects at an early stage in your career.
If you’re interested in an engineering apprenticeship, the next step is to find a suitable vacancy advertising the apprenticeship you’d like to take.
Remember, when you apply for an apprenticeship, there is no guarantee that company will be able to offer every applicant a place. However, don’t give up your search as there will be other companies looking to take on apprentices.
We also provide support for employers who wish to recruit apprentice engineers, visit our contact us page to get in touch.
An apprenticeship is a great way to kick start your career
An apprenticeship is a great way to kick start your career. Apprenticeships are available in many different industries, so you’ll be able to find one that suits your interests and goals.
You don’t need any qualifications before starting an apprenticeship; they’re open to people of all ages and backgrounds as long as they have at least five GCSEs (A*-C) including English/ maths or equivalent qualifications. Apprenticeships are also a good way of gaining valuable skills while earning money – earning up to around £500 per week while learning on the job!
If you’re still unsure about what type of career path to take, then why not consider an engineering apprenticeship? It could be just what you need!