Engineering Apprentice Singleton Engineering Uk Ltd
To learn all aspects of our sheet metal and fabrication business including marking out, use of hand tools, cnc press brakes, punching and laser cutting. Fabrication using MIG / TIG welding processes, assembly work, powder coating.
Closing date: 03 Jan 2022
Total hours per week: 35.00
Possible start date
10 Jan 2022
04 Aug 2021
Level 2 (GCSE)
- Full time Sheetmetal / Fabrication Apprentice
- To learn all aspects of our sheet metal and fabrication business
- Including marking out, use of hand tools, cnc press brakes, punching and laser cutting
- Fabrication using MIG / TIG Welding processes
- Assembly work, powder coating
Requirements and prospects
- Good time management
- Initiative and problem solving capabilities
- Work hard ethic
- Determined and committed
- Sense of pride in your work
Progress into permanent position with the potential with time and experience to progress to more senior roles within the business.
Things to consider
Wage: At least national minimum for apprentices, rising annually.
About the employer
Singleton Engineering has been manufacturing sheet and fabricated steel products for over sixty years. Our vast experience and technical expertise combined with the latest machinery enables us to provide quality, well-engineered products on time to our customers exact requirements.
We have a highly skilled work force utilising modern precision machinery combined with extensive manufacturing, fitting and storage facilities on a three and a half acre site in South Somerset.
Singletons draw upon a vast and unique amount of knowledge and experience in the design and technical services we offer. We can design, draw, prototype, enhance and value.
Singleton Engineering is proud of its reputation for providing well engineered products. We constantly strive to maintain and enhance this reputation through training, capital investment, and quality procedures and disciplines.
For over sixty years we have specialised in sheet metal and fabricated steel products. We constantly invest to ensure competitiveness, enabling us to maintain a reputation based on reliability, quality and service.
Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by Strode College
Murray Scott 07825 922233 email@example.com
The apprenticeship level will be based on the level of the applicant's qualifications. Starting at Level 2 with progression to Level 3 if achievements are reached.
General Engineering. 2 days/week at Strode College. You will cover all aspects of engineering.
You could work as an operator of a Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Machine in batch production. You will be encouraged to develop your skills with your employer to become a fully skilled engineer. Your training could include producing drawings using computer aided design (CAD).
Plus, training within our factory, so learning practically.
Level 2 (GCSE)
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