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Engineering, motor vehicle & welding

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Intro

This page is constantly updated with the latest apprenticeship vacancies.
If you want to register your interest, scroll down to the bottom and fill in the form.

Alternatively, if you need more information, please email team-sales@lcwc.ac.uk.

Careers: Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Engineering Operative, Welder, Mechanic, Service Technician, Garage Owner, Diagnostic Technician, Motor Vehicle Service Engineer.

Electrical degree apprenticeship

Apprenticeship vacancies include:

  • TSP Engineering

Engineering Operative Level 3 apprenticeship

One year, one day in college

Engineering operatives are predominantly involved in engineering operations which are key to the success of the manufacturing and engineering sector allowing employers to grow their business while developing a workforce with the relevant skills and knowledge to enhance and sustain the sector. The role covers a wide range of common and job specific skillsets that can be transferred across the manufacturing engineering industry sectors during the course of their careers. Dependent on the sector that they are employed in there may be subtle differences in terms of composition and application of the job role specific skills and knowledge they will require, however the core skills and knowledge will be the same regardless of the sector/area they work in.

Apprenticeship vacancies include:

  • Employer based in the Wigton area

Engineering Technician Level 3 apprenticeship

Two years, one day in college

Engineering technicians take responsibility for the quality and accuracy of the work they undertake within the limits of their personal authority. They also need to be able to demonstrate a core set of behaviours in order to be competent in their job role, complement wider business strategy and development. This will enable them to support their long-term career development, make a technical contribution to either the design, development, quality assurance, manufacture, installation, commissioning, decommissioning, operation or maintenance of products, equipment, systems, processes or services.

Apprenticeship vacancies include:

  • Classic Desserts, based in the Penrith area
  • James Walker, based in the Cockermouth area
  • TSP Engineering, based in the Workington area
  • Smurfit Kappa, based in the Whitehaven area

Mechanical Engineering degree apprenticeship

Apprenticeship vacancies include:

  • McMenon Engineering Services Limited, based in the Workington area

Motor Vehicle Autocare Technician Level 2 apprenticeship

Up to 30 months

An autocare technician carries out a range of services and repairs to cars, car-derived vans and light goods vehicles, working in an autocare or ‘fast-fit’ centre, which may be part of a national chain or operated by a regional/local independent group/owner.

Apprenticeship vacancies include:

  • Employer based in the Whitehaven area

Performing Engineering Operations Level 2 apprenticeship

One year, one day in college

The role covers a wide range of common and job specific skills sets that can be transferred across the manufacturing engineering industry sectors during the course of their careers. Dependent on the sector that they are employed in there may be subtle differences in terms of composition and application of the job role specific skills and knowledge they will require, however the core skills and knowledge will be the same regardless of the sector/area they work in.

Apprenticeship vacancies include:

  • Employer based in the Cockermouth area
  • Employer based in the Lillyhall area
  • Employer based in the Penrith area
  • Employer based in the Egremont area
  • Employer based in the Wigton area

Project Controls apprenticeship

Apprenticeship vacancies include:

  • Prima Uno

Project Engineering degree apprenticeship

Apprenticeship vacancies include:

  • TSP Engineering (two vacancies)

Welding apprenticeship

18-36 months, one day in college
Level 2-3

Welding is used extensively and in almost every sector of industry. General welders produce items like components for cars; ships; rail vehicles; simple metallic containers; and steelwork for bridges, buildings and gantries. Welding is a safety-critical occupation and every welder takes responsibility for the quality and accuracy of their work. General welders are required to produce joints that satisfy basic quality standards in order to ensure that the finished products function correctly, contributing to the safety of all and the global quality of life. There is a highly-complex range of welding skills; the different arc welding processes require different levels of manual dexterity, knowledge and skill to avoid making defective welds. There are a wide range of metallic materials that can be welded, each with different properties and behaviours.

Apprenticeship vacancies include:

  • McMenon Engineering Services Limited, based in the Workington area
  • TSP Engineering
  • Tweddle Engineering, based in the Kirkbride area

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Contact Details

Address

Hallwood Road
Lillyhall Business Park
Workington
Cumbria
CA14 4JN

Tel

01946 839 300

Email

info@lcwc.ac.uk

Quote

“'You learn welding and a lot of other stuff like how to use grinders and other practical skills; it’s learning on the job and seeing it first-hand”

Reece Dixon, Level 3 Pipe Welder apprentice at McMenon Engineering Services Ltd