The Level 4 Engineering Manufacturing Technician Apprenticeship Standard (Higher Apprenticeship) has been developed to provide learners with the skills, knowledge and behaviours that they need to carry out their current role, or those that are progressing to middle management roles within Engineering and Manufacturing.
An Apprenticeship allows you to combine work and study by mixing on-the-job learning with an employer, and off-the-job learning at our training centre one day per week.
The Higher Apprenticeship will take you three and a half years to complete.
A Higher Apprenticeship is a progression route for someone who has completed a Level 3 Apprenticeship in Engineering, or has achieved a minimum of 90 credits in a Level 3 BTEC in Engineering.
You must also be aged 18 or over, and have achieved a Level 2 or GCSE in Maths and English.
Due to the higher mathematical content included within the Higher Apprenticeship, you may be asked to complete a Level 3 Maths bridging unit at Derwent Training before starting the Apprenticeship.
Things to Note
The Higher Apprenticeship will include a large proportion of self-directed study and research which is expected to be completed outside of classroom hours in order to meet the assignment deadlines.
For further information on the Higher Apprenticeship, please contact the Business Support Team on 01653 697698 or email email@example.com