Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician (Mechanical) Level 3
An Apprenticeship standard designed by employers for employers
Engineering and manufacturing
Who is it for
New recruits and existing staff
September annually (other dates may be available depending on current capacity)
Typically 36 - 42 months
How does it work?
An apprentice will complete 12 months foundation training before moving onto a Level 3 Development Knowledge qualification which requires one day a week attendance at college
Foundation skills building training in the workshop. Level 3 in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Development Knowledge)
End Point Assessment
You will be assessed on-going during your time at college, foundation skills is very practical. The Level 3 AME qualification is assignment based and will require time away from college.
Level 3 in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Development Knowledge)
Apprentices must achieve level 2 English and mathematics prior to taking the end-point assessment for the apprenticeship if they haven’t achieved them on entry.
After 3 years or when significant change is required