An apprenticeship with us is the smart way to combine work and study by mixing classroom learning with real world experience – earning as you learn with a secure and stimulating job at the end of it and pathways to further developing skills and qualifications.
Our dedicated team will support you throughout your apprenticeship journey, from finding a job through to visiting you in company, all backed by the University of Sheffield and the AMRC.
Advanced Apprenticeships are also called Level 3 apprenticeships and are the equivalent to studying for academic A Levels.
Some people who already have Level 3 qualifications, including A Levels, choose the advanced apprenticeship route because it enables them to develop work-based skills and gain experience in a particular job and sector.
Advanced Apprenticeships are aimed at school leavers and those who might want to change career or develop the one they already have. To be offered an apprenticeship at the AMRC Training Centre you must have GCSE level
qualifications or equivalent.
The current minimum wage rate for an apprentice is £3.70 per hour. This rate applies to apprentices under 19 years and those aged 19 or over who are in their first year. Many of our employers offer more than this.
Apprentices that are looking to upskill and are already employed in industry would normally remain on their current salary when they start an apprenticeship.
Apprentices receive impressive salary increases as they progress through their apprenticeship journey and become skilled. On average a graduate advanced apprentice can expect a 16% boost to their earnings.
The AMRC Training Centre’s apprenticeships typically run for three years.
You will spend a minimum of between 16 to 38 weeks at the start of your apprenticeship programme at the AMRC Training Centre; depending on the apprenticeship pathway you select and the skills your employer would like you to develop before returning back to them.
The AMRC Training Centre offer different apprenticeship pathways, designed to address the skills needs of employers from the engineering / manufacturing sectors. Pathways include:
We ask for a minimum of five GCSEs at grade 4 to 9, including mathematics, English and a science, technology or engineering-related subject.
At the AMRC Training Centre our aim is to match you with the right job and employer. Once you have decided on which apprenticeship is for you and you meet the entry requirements, the next step is to apply. We require everyone that applies to complete an assessment centre.
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