Planning For The Future

What does an Apprenticeship include?

Brimor Engineering is proud of a long association with local Dorset training partners. We firmly believe that for any business to succeed investment in staff is a key requisite. We have a heritage of training young engineers to graduation of their nationally recognised NVQ's both to a Technology level 2 qualification and to the more advanced level 3. Honing our staff's milling and turning skills on our latest machine tools means we benefit from a dedicated workforce with up-to-date technical skills.
An NVQ Technology Apprenticeship, developed with employers, ensures our next generation of young Precision Engineers have the right skills to meet the needs of our modern cnc lathe and cnc milling industry.
We aim to retain our graduates and well over half of our present staff have joined us and stayed through this route. We are always looking for keen, motivated young men and women to join our workforce as NVQ Trainees. If you are looking to enter the demanding and interesting area of CNC machining using the most up-to-date machines on the market like our TT1800SY or our 2100SY while developing a career and skill for life please feel free to contact us.

A Technology Apprenticeship includes:
  • An NVQ at Level 2 in an engineering related subject
  • Functional Skills in Communication, Application of Number and Information Technology at Level 1
  • Functional Skills in Working with Others and Improve own Learning at Level 2
  • An Engineering Technical Certificate.
Technical Certificates focus on the knowledge and understanding that underpins the NVQ, and are provided through a programme of off-the-job training. Apprentices will also learn about Employment Rights and Responsibilities (ERR).
An Advanced Apprenticeship includes:
  • An NVQ at Level 3 in an engineering related subject
  • All five Functional Skills at Level 2
  • An Advanced Engineering Technical Certificate
You have a key role in developing your Apprentice’s learning plan. We work with you to ensure that the Apprenticeship meets the needs of your business. The exact mix of NVQ units will depend upon the engineering sector in which you operate.
Mandatory units of the NVQ could include:
  • Working safely in an engineering environment
  • Using and communicating technical information
  • Working with other people on engineering activities
In addition you will select from a wide range of optional units in order to tailor the Apprenticeship to the requirements of your company.
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