This Industry Approved Apprenticeship Programme is a unique programme integrating both core engineering with food to develop the kind of maintenance engineer that has not been available previously. Engineers are truly multi-skilled with both electrical and mechanical knowledge and skills.Learn more
This course is designed for tradesmen, technicians, engineers etc. involved with the design, manufacturing, installation, maintenance, service and repair of electrical installations. The course will enable candidates to understand the scope and implementation of the 17th Edition IET Regulations and their responsibilities under the RegulationsLearn more
Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technicians covers 7 roles:
Control & Instrumentation Technicians
Wind Turbine Technicians
Electrical System and Process Control Technicians
Plant Operations Technicians
This apprenticeship for mechatronics maintenance technicians is designed as a three-year programme. It equips you with a complex blend of skills, knowledge and occupational behaviours across the electrical, electronic, mechanical, fluid power and control systems disciplines.
Typically, the duration of this apprenticeship is 36 – 48 months. This may be reduced for a candidate with previous relevant experience or who is already part-qualified.
Advanced Electrical Installation Apprenticeships normally last four years during which time you will attend our Training Centre one day per week for 3 years, following a Technical Certificate course. The remainder of your time will be spent with your employer on site carrying out electrical installation work. NWTC will monitor and assess your Apprenticeship progress on a regular basis to ensure you complete your National Vocational Qualification (N.V.Q) at Level 3, Technical Certificate, Functional Skills and AM2 test, which will lead to a certificate of Advanced Apprenticeship and qualify you to be registered as an electrician.Learn more
Advanced Engineering Apprenticeships usually last four years during which time you will attend our Training Centre or a College one day per week for initial training and Further Education. The remainder of your time will be spent with your employer training in engineering. NWTC will monitor your Apprenticeship on a regular basis to ensure you complete your National Vocational Qualification (N.V.Q) at Level 3 and Functional Skills, which will lead to a Certificate of Advanced Apprenticeship.Learn more
Study a multi-disciplinary engineering course that opens up exciting career opportunities in the food and drink industry, the largest manufacturing sector in the UK. This course has been developed in collaboration with some of the UK's biggest food and drink manufacturing companies and best loved brands. You gain practical experience through paid industry placements and develop specialist expertise in food engineering, food manufacturing, efficiency and sustainability.Learn more
BTEC qualifications in Engineering have been designed with flexible qualification structures and provide a wide range of units so that learners can focus on their chosen career or area of interest. The qualifications provide opportunities for learners who intend progressing into senior technician roles as well as for those who wish to gain a sound understanding of engineering. The qualifications have also been designed so that learners can progress into Higher Education, for example to BTEC Higher Nationals.Learn more
This is a level 3 course which is designed to support advanced apprenticeships in engineering maintenance and to provide progression on to higher engineering qualifications. The course develops essential skills in maths and science based subjects to prepare for higher education and it also provides the knowledge and technical skills required for today’s maintenance engineer.Learn more