Electrical & Electronic Engineering Apprenticeship


Electrical and Electronic Engineering is probably the broadest and most dynamic of the engineering disciplines. This apprenticeship will develop the skills, knowledge and competence you will need to carry out the duties of an Electrical/Electronic Technician in the workplace. Learning the principles and practices needed to work in this area will require you to take part in formal lessons, tutorials, practical work and assessments.

This apprenticeship would be suitable for anyone who is looking to work as an Electrical and Electronic Engineer, Engineering Maintenance Technician, Engineering, Operative, Marine Engineer, Marine Engineering Technician

In the first year you will develop your basic engineering skills, knowledge and practical experience by working in machining using centre lathes and milling machines, you will be shown fitting skills using your hand skills, understanding engineering materials and drawing and be able to communicate technical information. You will learn all about manufacturing electronic control systems and testing electrical equipment. In your second year you will start to work towards your specialist area.

What’s next?

At the end of the course you will have a nationally recognised NVQ 2 qualification in Performing Engineering Operations, a BTEC National Certificate in Electrical Engineering, an NVQ 3 – Engineering Maintenance and Key Skills/Functional Skills at Level 2. These can lead to entry into higher education or alternatively you could progress onto management.


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