Craft Apprenticeship: Machining

Job Title: Craft Apprenticeship: Machining
Contract Type: Apprenticeship
Location: Airbus Broughton
Salary: 13000-15000
Reference: 10386166
Job Published: December 12, 2017 09:45

Job Description

Start date: September 2018
Closing date for applications: 23rd February 2018
Make you career fly by joining our Airbus Apprenticeship programme! Our Apprentices receive second to none training, gaining
the necessary skills, knowledge and experience to enable you to make an immediate contribution when you enter the workforce.
An Airbus Craft Apprenticeship offers you the opportunity to gain qualifications with no fees, whilst acquiring new skills through
vocational training, and a regular salary.
As a Machining Craft Apprentice at Airbus you will gain a Level 3 NVQ Extended Diploma (Engineering Manufacture) and a
National Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering.
On completion of our 38month programme you will become a skilled machinist working on CNC machines manufacturing skin
panels and stringers for various Airbus Commercial Aircraft.
Craft Apprentices on the Machining programme study at Coleg Cambria (Wrexham Campus) to achieve their qualifications, and
their industry based work takes place at our world leading aircraft manufacturer site in Broughton, North Wales.

Your first year on the Machining Craft Apprenticeship programme will be spent at college completing the Level 2 Foundation
course; learning about engineering operations, and achieving a number of technical certificates and company required
Our Machining Craft Apprentices then go on to join a skilled Airbus team, working within the wing production areas to allow you
to gain all the relevant skills to complete your qualifications, whilst attending college on a day release programme alongside.
During your time in the Airbus factory, Machining Craft Apprentices are involved in the manufacture of wing skins, panels and
stringers for various Airbus aircraft, through a variety of techniques including:
- Following bespoke set up sheet instructions to complete a machining process
- Use of stringer machining and long bed milling machining practices, including the loading and locating of billets, and unloading
finished components

In order to be eligible for this apprenticeship candidates must have a minimum of:
- Six GCSEs at Grade C or 4, which must include Maths, English Language and Science (either core and additional / double
award, or Physics is Science was taken as individual subjects).
- We can consider other qualifications such as Engineering BTEC Level 2, Engineering Diploma, Principle Learning, PEO Level
2 and Pathways to Apprenticeships as two GCSEs. Alternative qualifications must be in addition to the core GCSE subjects
stated above.
Please note that you must also include a cover letter as part of your application for this programme which demonstrates your
interest in aerospace and motivation to join the apprenticeship programme.

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